John Wilson, president for U.S. Bank in Springfield and Branson for the last five years, worked his last day at the bank Aug. 25, though it is unclear why the position has been vacated.
Neither Wilson nor a U.S. Bank spokeswoman would say whether Wilson resigned from the post or was let go.
"I have really only one comment," Wilson said by cell phone this morning. "I wish all of U.S. Bank employees the very best in the future."
Wilson, chairman-elect of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, said he still plans to take the post in January and that he is looking forward to holding the position.
He said he will stay in Springfield and will be looking for employment in town.
Lisa Clark, spokeswoman for U.S. Bank in Missouri, confirmed Wilson had left the post, but she declined to provide further information.
"We wish John all the best in his future endeavors," she said via e-mail.
A successor has not been named.
Wilson joined U.S. Bank nine years ago and held the market president position for the last five years. He was responsible for commercial lending and retail operations for U.S. Bancorp's 11 area U.S. Bank branches.
Prior to being promoted to that position, he worked as a senior lender for U.S. Bank in the Central/Southwest Washington Region of U.S. Bank.
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