Eric Kurtz, corporate president, recently announced that David B. Marshall has been tapped to succeed Mark Horning as Chief Financial Officer of Union State Bank and Docking Bancshares Inc. Marshall joined the bank in April in preparation for Horning’s retirement.
“David is a great addition to Union State Bank. His expertise will be valuable as the bank implements our planned growth strategies,” Kurtz stated.
Marshall brings over two decades of diverse experience in accounting and finance to Union State Bank. His depth of knowledge and history working in various industries is the reason he was chosen.
“David not only understands the intricacies of managing a financial institution, but has a unique perspective into the operations of our business clients,” Kurtz noted.
David’s career in finance began in Junction City, as assistant controller for Communications Services, a cable television company. There he was exposed to growth strategies utilizing mergers and acquisitions.
Marshall worked for two manufacturing firms in central Kansas before transitioning into the aircraft industry as treasury manager for Bombardier Learjet. His corporate finance experience then earned David a position at the second largest privately-held firm in the United States, Koch Supply & Trading.
As a banker, Marshall’s career began in 2003 at Hutchinson Credit Union in Hutchinson, as Chief Financial Officer. While with the credit union, he helped develop their mortgage banking business, Members Mortgage Services. Most recently, he served as controller for Sunflower Bank in Salina.
As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Union State Bank, Marshall will oversee the bank’s financial operations including accounting and investments. He will also serve on the Union State Bank board of directors.
“I’m excited to be joining such a strong, well-run and growing organization. I look forward to working with Bill, Eric and the entire USB team to build an even stronger organization going forward,” Marshall said.
Marshall is a graduate of Hutchinson Community College and the University of Kansas. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and business administration, and holds certifications from the Association for Financial Professionals. David is actively involved in the academic community, currently serving as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Hutchinson Community College and treasurer for the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees.
David resides in Hutchinson, with his wife Brenda. Their son Christopher, 25, is a wild-land firefighter in Montana, and daughter Jamie, 21, is a senior at the University of Kansas.