Linn named vice president at First Service

Kimberley Linn has been named vice president of human resources at First Service Bank.

“It is an honor to work with Kimberley. Her years of human resources knowledge is amazing and she has our team’s best interest at heart,” said Tom Grumbles, president, and chief executive officer at First Service Bank (FSB). “It is well deserved to promote her to vice president of human resources.”

Kimberley Linn

Kimberley, who has more than 13 years of experience in the field of banking and finance human resources, previously served as human resources manager and director during her 10-plus years at FSB. Prior to her tenure at the bank, she worked in human resources management in manufacturing for several years.

“I love the community and family atmosphere that is prevalent at First Service Bank,” she said.

Kimberley is proud to be associated with a business that has such a positive impact on the community. “It is important to me to work for a company that values and supports its local communities not just from the more obvious side of First Service supporting military veterans, such as with our Operation Red, White and Brave projects, but from the stance of being able to offer community members professional career opportunities in a highly desirable work environment, paying livable wages, and offering first-in-class employee benefits. When members of our community thrive, we all thrive!” Linn said.

Linn earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from the University of Central Arkansas. She and her husband, Scott, and a son reside in Central Arkansas.

“Since I began here, we have added two Conway branches, a Little Rock branch, and our eBanking Customer Care Center (video tellers), which supports our entire footprint within the state,” Linn said. “We have also been named an Arkansas Best Place to Work for the past two years, based on what our employees have to say. 

“I look forward to future growth so that we may continue the outstanding level of service to which our customers have become accustomed, as we continue to strive to be an employer-of-choice within Arkansas.”