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Country Club Bank Names Bradley A. Lee Vice President
Oct 18 - Country Club Bank, Kansas City, Mo., has appointed Bradley A. Lee as vice president in the commercial banking division.
Lee has more than three decades of banking experience in the Kansas City area. For the past four years he had served as community bank president/executive vice president of Heartland Bank, a community banking institution in Kansas City.
After starting his banking career in 1981 at Mark Twain Empire Bank, Lee quickly moved up the ladder. From 1983 to 2008 he served in commercial lending positions as a senior vice president at Mark Twain Bancshares and Mark Twain Bank Noland (now U.S. Bank), American Bank of Kansas City, Mercantile Bank of Kansas City, and North American Savings Bank.
Lee earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Toledo in Ohio, and an MBA from the University of Missouri at Kansas City.
His community involvement includes membership in the Home Builders Association since 1985, and serving as a church youth group adviser. He is also a former board member of Community LINC, a nonprofit that provides assistance to homeless people.
His office is at the bank’s South Leawood Financial Center at 13451 Briar St., Leawood, Kan.
About Country Club Bank
Country Club Bank is a locally owned community bank with assets of $1.15 billion as of June 30, 2012. The bank serves the greater Kansas City area through its 20 financial service centers, and through its affiliates Country Club Trust Co., Country Club Financial Services, Country Club Capital Advisors, Capital Markets Group and Tower Wealth Managers.