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First Service spotlights Marsha Evans

First Service spotlights Marsha Evans

For nearly 25 years, First Service banker Marsha Evans has enjoyed her interaction with customers as she works to meet their financial needs.

“I love seeing people and making them smile every day,” Marsha said, explaining why she decided to pursue a career in banking. 

Marsha is a universal banker at the First Service location in Clinton. With about 30 years of banking experience, she marked her 24th anniversary with FSB in July.

“A universal banker does traditional teller work, and I am also the head vault teller,” Marsha said. “I also take care of ordering supplies and money shipments each week for my location.”

Born in Morrilton, Marsha has called Clinton home for over 50 years. In addition to her high school education, she has pursued continuing education in computer skills at the North Central Career Center in Leslie. She is a widow and has three children, a daughter-in-law, a son-in-law, and eight grandchildren.

Marsha attends First Baptist Church in Clinton and is a member of the local cattlemen’s association. She is also the owner of Pro-Stor Mini Storage in Clinton.

“On the weekends, I enjoy dancing in Mountain View with my friends. I also like working on my family farm with my children and grandchildren,” she said. “I love supporting my grandkids in any extra activities they are involved with.”  

When First Service Bank opened its branch in Clinton, Marsha jumped at the opportunity to apply – which proved to be the best decision.

“First Service Bank has an amazing staff that helps me and our customers every day. Their friendly and helpful attitudes keep me going strong,” she said. “I enjoy most being around my customers and meeting new people daily.”