Forrest SpicherForrest Spicher is a native of Sunshine, Arkansas and currently serves Community Bank President for BancorpSouth in Hot Springs. Forrest is a graduate of Lake Hamilton High School and the University of Arkansas. He is also attended National Park College.

Forrest currently serves as chairman for the National Park College Board of Trustees. He also serves as board member of the Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, the Hot Springs Metro Partnership, and Roy L. Murphy Razorback Club. Forrest is a past chairman of boards for the Chamber of Commerce, the Metro Partnership, Ouachita Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club, and the Oaklawn Rotary Club. Forrest is also past board chairman for Mercy Hospital Hot Springs, the National Park College Foundation, and NPC Alumni and Friends Council. He is twice past chairman of the board at Hot Springs Baptist Church.

Forrest was named the Rotarian of the Year in 2006 for the Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club. Forrest received the Silver Beaver award for volunteerism from the Boy Scouts of America Ouachita Area Council in 2007. He retired from twenty-five years as a high school football official culminating as being selected for the 2008 All Star Game held in Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. He was named Man of the Year for Community Service in 2008 by the Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce. He was selected as the National Park College Outstanding Alumnus in 2009. Forrest received the 2016 Economic Development Leadership award from the Hot Springs Metro Partnership.

Forrest and his wife Susan have two adult children, Brandon and Lindsey. Lindsey is married to Carter Weston and they have one son, Shepherd.