April 4, 2012
John B. Dicus
, Chairman of Capitol Federal Savings Bank,
, announces the forthcoming retirement of executive vice president Larry Brubaker, effective
September 30, 2012
. "It is with both joy and regret," states Dicus, "that I announce
will retire from Capitol Federal later this year. Larry nears completion of 41 years with the Bank, serving the past 22 years as executive vice president."
Brubaker joined Capitol Federal in 1971 as a loan officer at the Bank's 95th and Nall office in
Overland Park, Kansas
. In 1973, he opened the
office at Santa Fe and Birch as vice president-branch manager. In 1982, he was promoted to first vice president-eastern region branch coordinator, and in 1987, he was promoted to senior vice president. When his mentor,
, retired in 1990, Brubaker was selected to lead Capitol Federal's
offices as executive vice president-eastern region manager. In 1997, he and his family relocated to
where he accepted the lead position of the Bank's corporate services division, which includes Marketing, Information Technology, Human Resources, Facilities, Capitol Agency and Appraisals.
Brubaker also represented Capitol Federal in the community, serving on several boards and committees for organizations. Among them are Midland Care Hospice, TPAC, Stormont-Vail Foundation, Olathe Health Services, Olathe Medical Center, Rotary Club,
, Inc., Chambers of Commerce and the United Way. He truly lives Capitol Federal's belief in "Commitment to Community", sharing his knowledge as he mentors with future leaders.
"The Capitol Federal board of directors and employees congratulate Larry on his retirement," continued Dicus, "and we extend our sincere appreciation for his 41 years of service to the Bank and its customers. Well respected by his peers and co-workers, his leadership qualities, shared throughout many areas and aspects of the Bank, proved invaluable to Capitol Federal, its employees and customers. Larry's experience and excellent knowledge of the banking industry have been vital to the strength and growth of Capitol Federal."