Table Rock Community Bank and First Community Bank of the Ozarks, Member FDIC parent company, Alton Bancshares, jointly announce the approval by their Boards of Directors to combine under the name Table Rock Community Bank.


Shannon Dotson
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Table Rock Community Bank and First Community Bank of the Ozarks, Member FDIC parent company, Alton Bancshares, jointly announce the approval by their Boards of Directors to combine under the name Table Rock Community Bank. 


The two banks will combine to create total assets of $317 million, serving both individuals and businesses throughout the region. “We are very excited to bring together two high-performing and trusted organizations. Each has invested heavily in serving our communities. This combination enables us to serve a larger area with the core values and differentiated service we have delivered for many years,” said Kendall Combs, Chairman of Alton Bancshares. “Our family has been in the banking business for six decades. We honor the relationships we have built through the years and take pride in our strength and service. This is a continuation of our passion for serving our local communities with excellence.”

The merger of these institutions was announced in the spring of 2022 and will be completed by November 30, 2023. First Community Bank of the Ozarks was founded in 1993 and was purchased by Alton Bancshares in 2012. Table Rock Community Bank was founded in 2006 and purchased in 2022. Locations in Kimberling City, Branson West, and one Loan Production office in Crane will retain the name Table Rock Community Bank, while Forsyth, Branson, and Hollister will merge under that name following the November 30th, 2023 completion.

The merger provides current and future customers access to more locations and ATMs with other positive advancements on the horizon. After November 30, customers will be able to use any of the six locations, improving convenience for individuals and small business customers. Dwayne A. Falk has served as President and CEO of Table Rock Community Bank in Stone County since June of 2017 and is also currently serving as interim President and CEO of First Community Bank of the Ozarks. Dwayne will continue as President and CEO of the newly merged organization, upon completion of the merger. Dwayne states, “This transaction is a key step forward in our ongoing commitment to grow
and support our communities. I am eager for the opportunity to engage with an even larger group of valued community members. I am also honored to collaborate with the amazing teams of both banks to forge a unified and robust organization.”

Both institutions have built lasting relationships in the communities of Stone and Taney counties. The name Table Rock Community Bank was chosen due to the strong emotional
connections with the region. These community-focused banks have a name that truly embodies the connection to the people and businesses of the beautiful lake region. For
many decades, the Table Rock Lake region has touched the lives of the people of the Ozarks wherever the waters run…along the James, Finley, Kings, and White Rivers; the
lakes of Table Rock and Taneycomo, and even the waters below Powersite Dam. The name Table Rock Community Bank reflects that connection.

The forward-looking statements of this merger will be built on the promise of a Rock Solid Foundation. The newly merged bank is still locally owned, still making local decisions. The same friendly faces and great service will continue.

Kendall Combs, Board Chairman
Dwayne Falk, President/CEO/Board Member
Mike Combs, Board Member
Randall Combs, Board Member
Larry Schmitt, Board Member
Bob Simmons, Board Member
Steve Verheyen, Board Member
Rick Stumpff, Board Member
Jay Krause, Board Member
About Alton Bancshares, Inc.

Alton Bancshares is a bank holding company in Alton, Missouri, owned by Randall and Beckie Combs, Kendall and Pat Combs, and Mike and Sandy Combs. In addition to Table
Rock Community Bank and First Community Bank of the Ozarks, the Company owns Alton Bank, with offices in Alton and Birch Tree. Additionally, Stone bank in Arkansas is owned by the Combs family under a separate holding company. They service northern and central Arkansas with branches in Little Rock, White Hall, DeWitt, Gillett, Mountain View, and an Agri Lending Center also in Mountain View.

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Bids to be accepted on Dodge Durango

Beginning June 29, 2023,Table Rock Community Bank will be taking sealed bids beginning June 29, 2023, until 4pm on Friday July 14, 2023 on the following vehicle. 

Year: 2014
Make: Dodge
Model: Durango 

The vehicle may be viewed at the Branson West bank location located at 19014 Business 13, Branson West, MO from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday - Friday.  The vehicle is sold “as is”.    

2023 TRC Bank Scholarship Information

Table Rock Community Bank is giving away four (4) $1,000 one-time scholarships to graduating high school seniors! 

Deadline: April 14, 2023

One scholarship will be awarded to a student at each of the following high schools: Blue Eye, Crane, Galena, Reeds Spring

The Requirements are as follows:

1. Graduating high school senior who plans to study in fields related to: Business or Finance
2. Students do not need to be customers of Table Rock Community Bank to apply
3. Applicant must possess a cumulative GPA of at least a “C” or higher at the time of application
4. Applicant must be planning to attend any accredited institution which provides a two or four year college program
5. Employees and employee’s immediate families are not eligible to win 

Completed Application Must include the following: 
1. Application Form (attached here - CLICK for PDF)
2. 300 to 500 word essay describing areas in your life where you demonstrated leadership and overcame obstacles either through your school, social, or family life.
3. Two letters of recommendation
4. Transcript of last scholastic record 

Applications may be delivered to Table Rock Community Bank or mailed to:
Table Rock Community Bank
ATTN: 2022 Scholarship Committee
PO BOX 2098
Branson West, MO 65737

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Here are four tips to follow to help everyone increase their protection of themselves online.

 1- Enable Multi-Factor Authentication - MFA can take several different forms, including:

    • Inputting an extra PIN (personal identification number) as well as your password
    • The answer to an extra security question like “What town did you go to high school in?”
    • A code sent to your email or texted to your device that you must enter within a short span of time
    • Biometric identifiers like facial recognition or fingerprint scan
    • A standalone app that requires you to approve each attempt to access an account 
    • An additional code either emailed to an account or texted to a mobile number
    • A secure token – a separate piece of physical hardware, like a key fob, that verifies a person’s identity with a database or system

2- Use Strong Passwords – No matter what accounts they protect, all passwords should be created with these 3 guiding principles:

a)     Long– Every one of your passwords should be at least 12 characters long.

b)     Unique– Each account needs to be protected with its own unique password. Never reuse passwords. This way, if one of your accounts is compromised, your other accounts remain secured. We’re talking really unique, not just changing one character, or adding a “2” at the end – to really trick up hackers, none of your passwords should look alike.

c)      Complex– Each unique password should be a combination of upper-case letters, lowercase letters, numbers and special characters (like >,!?). Again, remember each password should be at least 12 characters long. Some websites and apps will even let you include spaces.  

3- Recognize Phishing

a)     Does it contain an offer that’s too good to be true? 

b)     Does it include language that’s urgent, alarming, or threatening? 

c)      Is it poorly crafted writing riddled with misspellings and bad grammar?

d)     Is the greeting ambiguous or very generic? 

e)     Does it include requests to send personal information?

f)       Does it stress an urgency to click on an unfamiliar hyperlinks or attachment?

g)     Is it a strange or abrupt business request?

h)     Does the sender’s e-mail address match the company it’s coming from? Look for little misspellings like or

4- Update Your Software - Update often.

Always keep your software updated when updates becomes available and don’t delay. These updates fix general software problems and provide new security patches where criminals might get in. You can be sure the bad guys are always looking for new ways to get to your data through software, so updating your software is an easy way to stay a step ahead.

New Location for TRCB Coming Spring 2022


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Table Rock Community Bank is excited to announce the opening of a loan production office in Crane, Missouri this March. Loan Officer Doug Minton of Table Rock Community Bank will office at the facility located at 205 Pirate Lane. Doug, as many people know, enjoys serving his community and building long-term relationships through dedication and commitment to excellent service, which is exactly what Table Rock Community Bank is about.

Doug and his family have resided in the community for 13 years. He is involved in various professional and civic organizations in Crane. 

President Dwayne Falk “The expansion will further our commitment and services to our customers and the citizens of Stone County. We look forward to serving both the personal and business needs of Crane and the surrounding communities.”

Table Rock Community Bank would like to welcome everyone to stop by and see us at our loan production office. We look forward to serving the community and building a long-term relationship with you.

Click here for flyer announcement - pdf