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Making an impact in Kansas communities since 1993.


Learn about First National Bank in Kansas

First National Bank has a history of doing what's right for our customers and the communities we serve. We've been building relationships with our Kansas customers since 1993 and today we serve communities throughout Johnson County. With locations in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas, we haven't lost sight of the foundation on which our success was built. Integrity, Respect, Passion - these are the cornerstones of our Operating Philosophy and represent our commitment to you. At First National Bank, we strive to better serve you and your banking needs - and we are as hopeful and excited about the future of our bank as our founders were.

Kansas Leadership

The Kansas leadership team is devoted to making banking at First National Bank world-class. Learn about the leadership in Kansas who are making an impact in banking on your local community.

Matt Sheets | Market President

Matt joined First National Bank in 2012, bringing 15 years of commercial banking experience with him. He earned his B.S. in Pre-Law/Economics from Michigan State University, and holds a J.D. and M.B.A. from Case Western Reserve University.

Matt is directly involved with activities primarily centered around Kansas City’s economic growth and high quality education. He is a board member of the Blue Valley Education Foundation and Highlands of Leawood HOA. Matt has been a Mentor in the Blue Valley CAPS Program Global Business since 2014. He is active in the Kansas City ACG (Alliance for Corporate Growth), and an annual Sponsor since 2012 of the CCIM Kansas City Chapter. Matt values spending time with his family, traveling with them to various U.S. destinations and engaging in outdoor activities.

Brad Urban | Director, Retail Branch Banking

Brad joined First National in 1996 and has spent his entire career in banking with FNB. Brad attended Iowa State University as well as University of Nebraska Omaha where he studied Banking and Finance. He volunteers in the community by teaching 6th grade students important financial and life skills through Junior Achievement, assistant coaching little league baseball teams, and instilling good teamwork and sportsmanship. Brad values his time with his family – he and his wife, Jamie, have three children.