Robinson retires from Bank of Missouri Board of Directors after 26 years


The Bank of Missouri on Monday recognized Frank Robinson, CEO of Robinson Construction Company, for his 26 years of dedicated service on The Bank’s board of directors and the Reliable Community Bancshares, Inc. board, which is the holding company for The Bank of Missouri. Both are headquartered in Perryville.
Robinson retires from both boards this week.
“We’ve been so fortunate to benefit from Frank’s leadership and guidance on our boards,” said Adrian Breen, President/Chief Executive Officer at TBOM and President of Reliable Community Bancshares, Inc. boards. “Frank is a pillar who has consistently served our community through sharing his knowledge, resources, and leadership skills to help foster growth.”
Robinson has a passion for construction, which he inherited from his father. He began working as a plumber in high school and has led Robinson Construction Company since 1973.
He has a two-pronged management approach shaped by his bachelor’s degree in sociology and psychology from Southeast Missouri State University and U.S. Army Officers School: nurture and inspire employees to their maximum potential; plan meticulously with ample contingencies.
According to Breen, this approach was evident in his relationships while serving on the boards.

Breen said Frank’s leadership has contributed to the strength of TBOM through much evolution over his decades of service to the boards.
“Frank has been with us throughout some of the Bank’s largest growth as we stretched our reach outside of Perry County into neighboring counties and then added branches across the state,” Breen said.
Robinson is also an advisory director for Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial (2017-present), and is a member of the Perry County Economic Development Authority (1985-present) and Perry County Community Foundation (2013-present). He was named Perry County Community Foundation Humanitarian of the year in 2015.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe also honored Robinson with the 2022 Senior Service Award for his commitment to helping the local community thrive.
His most recent project is serving as President of RecoVET HealthCare in St. Louis (2021-present).
“We wish Frank well as he retires from our boards,” Breen said. “He has left bricks of knowledge with us that will help sustain our growth well into the future.”