Ozarks Federal Savings and Loan Association, based in Farmington, is pleased to announce that David Buerck was elected to the board of directors at the annual meeting of its members on Jan. 14.
Buerck began his professional affiliation with Ozarks Federal Savings in August 2006 as a charter member of the Farmington Focus Board, a group of business professionals formed to voice community needs to the management of Ozarks Federal.
“David is a hard-working community leader and we value his input a great deal,” said Ozarks Federal Savings President and CEO Dennis McIntosh. “David studies the issues and exercises sound judgment. He has a unique combination of humility and resolve that makes an excellent director,” added McIntosh.
In addition to being a physical therapist and administrator of Farmington Sports and Rehabilitation Center, David has served as a director of the Farmington Chamber of Commerce since 2004 and currently serves as the Chamber President. He also serves as a director on the Farmington Educational Foundation.
Buerck is a 1997 graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia and is a licensed physical therapist. His wife Sarah is a teacher in the Farmington School district. They have three children, Ethan, Madeline and Charlotte. As a life-long resident of Farmington, David has become actively involved in the community because he wants to “make a difference in the community that has given me so much.”
Ozarks Federal has total assets of over $217 million. Its 46 full-time employees handle over $187 million in over 13,000 deposit accounts at its five convenient locations.