Work History

Work History
2010 - Present

Executive

First National Bank of Kansas

Education

Education
1977

B.S.

Fort Hays State University

Interest

Hunting, Fishing, Golf,

Summary

Executive banker Alan Eichelberger has maintained an array of prominent titles across multiple banks throughout his 30-plus-year career in banking. Most recently, he worked within the Burlington branch for the First National Bank of Kansas where he functioned as a consultant. From 2010 to present, Alan Eichelberger’s responsibilities included monitoring the bank’s credit process to ensure its standards were compliant with regulations and policies, reviewing risk grades to certify that problem loans had been graded accordingly, and analyzing the bank’s operations of credit administration. In this position, Alan Eichelberger also evaluated the lending staff’s knowledge of the bank’s outlined procedures and standards.

A resident of Salina, Kansas, most of the endeavors pursued by Alan Eichelberger have been within the greater region of Salina. Prior to working at the First National Bank of Kansas, he spent five years as the President and Co-Chief Executive Officer as well as the Bank & Holding Company Director of Bank VI. During his tenure, Alan Eichelberger enhanced the company’s comprehensive assets from $5 million to $107 million. Other banking positions he has maintained in Salina, Kansas, have included working as the Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer for Security Savings Bank. Prior to this, he held responsibility as the Executive Vice President and Senior Lender for Commercial Lending for Bank of America Corporation where he was retained through a series of corporate acquisitions of companies such as NationsBank, Boatmen's Bancshares Inc., Bank IV Kansas, and Planters Bank. 

Outside of his career, Alan Eichelberger enjoys hunting, fishing, and golfing. He is a member of Saint Mary’s Church and active in the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce. Alan Eichelberger has donated his time to multiple charitable organizations, including the Salina Area United Way, the Salina Family YMCA, and the Salina Rotary where he serves as a Paul Harris Fellow.