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Landmark appoints new CEO

By The Mercury

Patrick Alexander, Chairman and CEO of Landmark Bancorp, Inc., and Landmark National Bank, announced he will leave his role of CEO effective Jan. 1.  Alexander will remain as the chairman of the board.

From 1986 to 1990, Alexander served as president of the Kansas State Bank of Manhattan.

He became president and chief executive officer of the Manhattan Federal Savings and Loan Association in 1990. Alexander was appointed the president and chief executive officer of MNB Bancshares in 1992 and president and CEO of Security National Bank in 1993. 

In October 2001, Security National Bank merged with Landmark Federal Savings Bank and became known as Landmark National Bank, and Alexander was appointed as the president and chief executive officer.

Also, Michael Scheopner, who currently serves as president, has been elected by the board of directors as the new chief executive officer, effective Jan. 1. 

Scheopner has been president since May 2013.  Prior to his appointment, Scheopner served as an executive vice president and credit risk manager for Landmark since October 2001. He also originated from the Security National Bank organization serving as a senior vice president from May 1996 to March 1998, and as executive vice president from March 1998 to October 2001. In addition to his appointment as chief executive officer, Scheopner serves as a director and president.

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