Dedicated banker Ann Dora Garner retires after 44 years with Commercial Bank of Ozark

By Christina Faulkner

In a poignant moment of transition, Ann Dora Garner, an esteemed figure at Commercial Bank of Ozark, steps into a well-deserved retirement, leaving behind a legacy that spans 44 years. Garner's association with the bank began in 1967 when she assumed the role of a bookkeeper under the ownership of the bank's founder, Douglas Brown. Over the years, her journey evolved, and her impact became synonymous with the bank's enduring success.

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