Mendy Diel

Mendy is a private banking relationship manager with Commerce Trust Company. As a member of the private client team and an experienced, tenured private banker, she and her dedicated client support staff are responsible for ensuring each client’s experience with Commerce Trust exceeds expectations. Her specific responsibilities include management of our clients’ day to-day banking, cash management, and credit needs, while also helping them navigate the wide array of our financial services to find the solutions that best fit their circumstances. Additionally, she manages the Central Missouri Region private banking group. Mendy has been with Commerce for more 28 years. Mendy has a bachelor of science degree from the University of Central Missouri. She currently is a board member for the Boone County Historical Society, Rainbow House and Women’s Intersport Network (WIN). She is also a member of the Women’s Network, Greater Missouri Leadership member, Columbia Golf Foundation member, Rock Bridge High School PSTA, Rock Bridge Booster Club, Columbia Board of Realtors Affiliate, and Rotary Club of Columbia Northwest. Mendy is a recipient of the Columbia Board of Affiliate Honor Society, Women’s Council of Realtors Affiliate of the Year, 2008 Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge Class, Commerce Mortgage Corp. Top Mortgage Producer, and Columbia Business Times’ “40 Under 40” Award class. Outside of work, Mendy spends free time with her family on Columbia Country Club golf course, traveling with her youngest daughter to spring and summer junior golf tournaments, photography, yoga fitness and working out with Lucy, the family pet. The family enjoys going to as many Kansas City Chiefs games and PGA tournaments as possible.

Is a Second Home In Your Future?

You’ve found your perfect getaway spot to spend your weekends, summer vacations, holidays and retirement with family and friends. Perhaps it’s a beach house, mountain cabin,
ski condo or luxurious home in an upscale resort community. Or maybe you’re contemplating your next adventure in a place you’ve only read about or passed through once or twice. The big question is this: “Is now the time for you to buy a second home
– not only for your family’s use and pleasure, but also for the enjoyment of renters who will help generate a source of additional income?” You’re not alone in considering the answer.