RCB Bank Internship Program Accepting Applications

CLAREMORE, Okla. – RCB Bank, a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas, is now accepting applications for its 2022 internship program.

The paid internship is a 10-week program from May 23-July 29 and will be focused on these four core departments:

  • Operations.
  • Loans.
  • Trust.
  • Compliance.

“Our goal is to engage interns in meaningful work, educate them in the field of community banking, encourage growth, and empower interns to drive the success of the program,” RCB Bank AVP Talent Acquisition Specialist Stacey Moeder said. “Our goal is that each intern receives a well-rounded introduction to community banking and the opportunity to one day become a key contributor at RCB Bank.”

Requirements:

  • Must be entering junior year (3-4 semesters remaining).
  • Letter of Recommendation.
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA.
  • Major in the following:
    • Accounting.
    • Business Administration.
    • Economics.
    • Finance.
    • Management.

 

For more information and to apply, visit: RCBbank.com/Internships. RCB Bank is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

RCB Bank is a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Meggie Gibbs joins RCB Bank in Vinita

Meggie Gibbs Joins RCB Bank in Vinita

Vinita, Okla. – RCB Bank welcomes Meggie Gibbs as an AVP loan officer in Vinita, Oklahoma. A cattle operation owner, Gibbs understands the challenges of running a business and wants to help business owners succeed.

Gibbs has worked in banking and finance for 17 years and holds an Agriculture degree with a Business minor from Missouri State University.

Gibbs, who was born and raised in Grove, previously worked at RCB Bank at the corporate level on the operations side and also worked for the USDA-Farm Service Agency as a loan officer.

“I’m thrilled to be returning home, just in a different capacity as a loan officer for RCB Bank,” Gibbs said.

Gibbs and her husband, Jake, have two sons, Ryan, 5; and Micah, 2. They attend Alive Church in Vinita and serve in LifeKids on a weekly basis. Meggie also is an active member in Hall-Hassell’s PTA group.

“The No. 1 piece of financial advice I could give to someone is download a budget/money app,” Gibbs said. “It’s eye-opening to see where your money goes and easier to see where you can make improvements to stretch what you already are making!”

RCB Bank is a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Meggie Gibbs

Loan Officer
120 W. Canadian
Vinita, OK 74301

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RCB Bank Employees Donate Presents to Two Owasso Families

RCB Bank Employees Donate Presents to Two Owasso Families

OWASSO, Okla. – The employees at Owasso’s two RCB Bank locations, along with employees of the RCB Bank Owasso Mortgage department, recently “adopted” two families in need to ensure they would have a merry Christmas.

Along with a bunch of presents, the employees also contributed enough money to give three $100 gift certificates for the children.

“The support that our staff showed was amazing,” RCB Bank Owasso Market President Skip Mefford said.

PHOTO CUTLINE: RCB Bank employees in Owasso recently “adopted” two families and donated these presents along with three $100 gift certificates to help them celebrate Christmas.

 

RCB Bank is a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Donates to Angels in the Attic

ARKANSAS CITY, Kansas – RCB Bank recently made a $500 donation to Angels in the Attic.

On top of the cash donation, RCB Bank employees from Winfield and Ark City donated toys and gifts to Angels in the Attic as well.

The bank locations had a “jeans day” to raise money for the project. RCB Bank employees adopted two families and bought gifts for those family members.

“We’ve done this the past several years,” RCB Bank Retail Coordinator Kim Fleetwood said. “We do our best to help take care of our communities.”

PHOTO CUTLINE: From left, Kim Fleetwood, RCB Bank Retail Coordinator; Kristin Dobbins, RCB Bank Loan AA and gift project coordinator;  Raven Nuss, RCB Bank Credit Analyst and gift project coordinator;  Ivy Beals, Angels in the Attic Executive of Case Management; Janice Marr, Angels in the Attic Executive Director; and John Sturd, RCB Bank Market President.

RCB Bank is a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Donates to Burden High School

WINFIELD, Kansas – RCB Bank made a $500 donation to Burden High School in Central USD 462 earlier this month.

The donation will be used by the Agriculture and Business Leadership class at Burden High school to benefit Joseph’s Storehouse and the Senior Center.

PHOTO CUTLINE: RCB Bank VP Loan Officer Chris Baker, left, presents a $500 donation to Ky Biddle, Vocational Agriculture instructor and FFA adviser at USD 462 Central of Burden, Kansas.

RCB Bank is a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank’s Vaught Passes Final CPA Exam

WINFIELD, Kansas – RCB Bank Lead Accountant Michelle Vaught has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Especially after recently learning she passed the Certified Public Accountant Examination.

Vaught said becoming a CPA is something she’s wanted to do “as long as I can remember.” She took the fourth and final CPA exam on Oct. 18 and found out she passed earlier this month.

It’s the continuation of a process that saw her earn her college degree in 2014. Vaught started studying for the CPA in November of 2018, but her youngest daughter got sick. She already had her test scheduled, so she took the exam but did not pass. Her daughter’s illness required surgery, so Vaught took a year off to help the recovery process before starting her studies again at the end of 2019.

“I thought I would go to college right out of high school, but I started a family,” Vaught said. “But becoming a CPA was always in the back of my mind.”

Vaught has worked at RCB Bank’s Winfield location for more than 20 years (RCB Bank acquired CornerBank in 2016).

“Michelle started as a teller in April 2001 and has been an integral part of the accounting department since 2002,” said Vaught’s supervisor Marsha Woods, who is VP Accounting Manager at RCB Bank. “We are proud of her accomplishment in achieving her goal while enhancing her value to us in the accounting department.”

Vaught said while working for CornerBank in 2008, there were rumors that it was to be sold and her and other employees’ positions would be eliminated, so she started searching for a job.

“Everyone wanted experience and a degree,” Vaught said. “I had lots of experience but no degree.”

So in the summer of 2009, she started pursuing her college degree, which she obtained in 2014.

“My husband teases me that I’ve been sitting at the kitchen table for 10 years,” Vaught said, referring to all the time she spent studying for both her degree and CPA.

While studying for her degree, Vaught’s parents both became sick, and her dad passed away not long after she told him that she had graduated from college.

Vaught said after receiving her degree, “there was no stopping now.”

“I was thinking ‘You’ve been doing this online, and you need to keep going,’” Vaught said. “My dad always pushed me to keep going. That’s part of why I never dropped the ambition to just go for it.”

She passed her first CPA test in July 2020 and “kept going from there.”

Vaught spent her lunch hours with her office door closed studying. Then she’d get home from work and study 3 to 4 hours each evening. Weekends were spent studying, too, between 4 to 6 hours each day.

“I’ve never really had to study this hard for anything in my life,” Vaught said. “I didn’t anticipate how hard I would have to study. I had my laptop with me everywhere, and I had an app on my phone to help me study. If I was waiting somewhere, I’d pull out my phone and study while I waited.”

Her work ethic is not lost on her co-workers.

“She reached that goal through determination and dedication,” Woods said. “She studied several hours a day, even during her lunch hours, evenings, and weekends all while raising a family.”

Vaught has four children – three grown, and one 8-year-old.

“When I started the CPA exams, my son had just graduated high school,” Vaught said. “Now he’s a junior in college.”

Despite a full load of studying, working and raising a family, Vaught also finds time to volunteer in the Winfield community. She is heavily involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters and named the 2018 Outstanding Community Advocate by the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

“She gives both her time and ability to help others who are in need,” Woods said. “An example is her leading the bank’s campaign, for over 15 years, to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cowley County.”

With all the studying, Vaught said she didn’t have much extra time – and that is something she is looking forward to recapturing.

“I look forward to spending time with my family and my horses,” Vaught said. “I haven’t been able to do that as often as I’d like because I’ve been studying. I’m looking forward to being able to have my grandkids over more often to have some fun family time and spending more time with my mom, too.”

RCB Bank is a $4.2 billion community bank with 65 locations in 36 cities across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Employees and Shepherd Oil Co. Donate to Blackwell Elementary

BLACKWELL, Okla. – RCB Bank employees and Shepherd Oil Co. recently teamed up to donate bottled water to Blackwell Elementary School.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, students are asked to bring a water bottle each day because the water fountains can only be used to refill bottles. Many times, students forget to bring a bottle, and the donation of 25 cases of water will help fill the gap.

When RCB Bank employees became aware of the issue, they believed it would be a good way of helping the children out.

 

Photo cutline: Shepherd Oil Co.’s Jeremie Niccum (left), RCB Bank AVP Retail Coordinator Brianna Turner (second from left), RCB Bank Customer Service Representative Melinda Wynn (second from right) and RCB Bank Blackwell Market President Dennis Buss (right), recently donated 25 cases of bottled water to Blackwell Elementary School. Also pictured are Blackwell Elementary students, from left, Kodi Price, Mackenzie Alvarado and Bailey Payne.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.226.5722. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank to Acquire Two Arvest Locations

RCB Bank acquires Arvest branch locations In Vinita, Oklahoma, and Caney, Kansas, Pending Regulatory Approval

RCB Bank acquires Arvest branch locations in Vinita, Oklahoma, and Caney, Kansas, Pending Regulatory Approval

Claremore, OKLA (October 1, 2021) – RCB BANK headquartered in Claremore Oklahoma, announced today it has entered into a definitive agreement with ARVEST Bank (“ARVEST”), headquartered in Fayetteville, Arkansas, to acquire two separate ARVEST branch banking offices, pending regulatory approval.

The separate branch banking offices are located at 301 W 4th Avenue in Caney Kansas and 810 E Illinois Avenue in Vinita Oklahoma.  The purchase also includes the ATM sites in each respective community.

The transaction is anticipated to close in the first quarter of 2022.  At close, RCB BANK will have total assets of approximately $4.2 billion and 65 branch bank locations in 36 cities throughout Oklahoma and Kansas.

“The acquisition of the ARVEST branch locations will help strengthen our new Vinita market presence and continue our expansion into southeastern Kansas.  We look forward to being part of both communities and providing them with the services and products to which they have become accustomed,” said Roger Mosier Pres/CEO of RCB BANK.

Customers of both banks should continue to conduct banking as usual at their respective branches until the transaction closes and the Arvest branches are integrated into RCB BANK banking systems.  Customers of the Arvest branches can expect to receive notifications from RCB BANK in advance of the closing with information regarding the conversion their accounts.

 

RCB Bank is a $4.1 billion community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Announces New Board Member Traci Cook

RCB Bank is pleased to announce that Traci Cook has joined the Board of Directors.

CLAREMORE, Okla. – RCB Bank is pleased to announce that Traci Cook has joined the Board of Directors.

“We are excited and honored Traci has agreed to become a member of our board,” RCB Bank President & CEO Roger Mosier said. “Her background and experiences provide us with valuable insight that will allow RCB to continue to expand our presence in Oklahoma and Kansas.”

For the past 25 years, Cook has been serving the accounting and financial needs for several energy leaders across the state of Oklahoma, most recently at Ascent Resources, LLC since 2015 as its Senior Vice President – Chief Accounting Officer.

“RCB Bank is dedicated to serving the various communities where it operates, and its longtime commitment to customer service and support for local businesses is admirable,” Cook said. “I am honored to join the RCB Bank Board, and I look forward to serving the company as it continues to grow.”

Prior to her time at Ascent, Cook spent 19 years at Chesapeake Energy Corporation and six years at Deloitte & Touche. She has been responsible for SEC financial reporting, tax accounting and budgeting, which included playing a significant role in the filing of more than 70 public debt and equity offerings along with two initial public offerings.

Cook earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Central Oklahoma and is a Certified Public Accountant.

RCB Bank is a $3.8 billion community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Donation Helps Purchase T-Shirts for ACHS Students

ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. – In an effort to help build school spirit, Arkansas City High School provides a “Bulldog Purple Friday” T-shirt to all students.  Students are encouraged to wear the shirts on Fridays.

ACHS provides the T-shirts to all students at no cost.

RCB Bank recently donated $2,000 to ACHS to underwrite a portion of the cost of the T-shirts.

“RCB Bank is a proud supporter of Arkansas City Public Schools,” RCB Bank Arkansas City Market President John Sturd said. “We’re excited to partner with Arkansas City High School in providing the entire student body with Bulldog Purple Friday T-shirts.”

Photo cutline: Arkansas City High School USD 470 Athletics Director Aaron Butcher, left, accepts a $2,000 donation from RCB Bank Arkansas City Market President John Sturd.

RCB Bank is a $3.8 billion community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Sharon Borovetz joins RCB Bank in Wichita

Sharon Borovetz RCB Bank Loan officer

Wichita, Kan. – RCB Bank welcomes Sharon Borovetz as a loan officer in Wichita, Kan. A former small-business owner of nearly a decade, Borovetz understands the challenges of running a business and wants to help business owners succeed.

“Having had the experience of running a small business, I understand the challenges many business owners face on a day-to-day basis,” Borovetz said. “I’m passionate about helping small businesses find solutions to grow their companies and improve their cash flow, either with the products we offer at RCB Bank or through referrals to a connection I’ve made in the community.”

Borovetz has lived her entire adult life in Wichita and is active in the community as a wish-granter for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Borovetz also brings more than five years of business development and banking and lending experience to RCB Bank, where she looks forward to bringing that knowledge to customers.

“The number one piece of financial advice I could give to someone is if accounting, bookkeeping and managing finances are not your cup of tea, get help from an accounting professional and hire an expert to do the job,” Borovetz said.

RCB Bank is a $3.8 billion community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Sharon Borovetz

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8411 E. 21st St. N
Wichita, KS 67206

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RCB Bank Announces New Board Member Brad Rayl

CLAREMORE, Okla. – RCB Bank is pleased to announce that Brad Rayl has joined the Board of Directors. Since 1990, Rayl has been serving the insurance needs of local businesses, industry leaders and ag-based operations in Kansas.

“I am excited to join the RCB Bank board and hope to contribute to their continued success,” Rayl said.

Rayl, a graduate of Kansas State University in Agricultural Sciences, was instrumental in the founding of Kansas Ethanol, an 80-million-gallon fuel alcohol facility. He also was involved in the purchase and creation of Kansas Protein Foods, which makes soy-based products for the food industry.

“Brad provides our board with an important perspective from our Kansas customers.” said Roger Mosier, RCB Bank President and CEO. “Our recent growth in the Kansas markets has been an important part of our bank’s success. Brad has a strong background in Kansas and is active throughout RCB Bank’s Kansas footprint.”

Rayl was on the Kansas State Fair Board for 21 years and currently sits on the boards at Kansas Ethanol, Barkman Honey and Kansas Fair Grounds Foundation.

Rayl and his wife Jolie operate Rayl Angus Ranch. He and his wife have two children, Abby and Parker.

RCB Bank is a $3.8 billion community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Jeff Howell Announced as Catoosa and Inola Market President

CATOOSA, Okla. – RCB Bank is excited to announce Jeff Howell as the new Market President in the Catoosa and Inola markets. Howell has been with RCB Bank since 2010 and worked in real estate and commercial lending.

“Catoosa and Inola are both thriving and growing communities. I look forward to becoming more involved in both while getting to know our customers,” said Howell. “I believe my long-term experience in banking and with RCB Bank will allow me to serve as a resource to both markets and customers. I am passionate about helping our customers capitalize on their financial goals and am excited for the opportunity to do so.”

Howell served on the Claremore Museum of History Executive Board. From 2015-2019, he served in the Claremore Chamber of Commerce. He was the Chamber president in 2018. He was also involved with the Rogers County Homebuilders Association from 2012-2017.

“I am eager to serve and volunteer in the Catoosa and Inola communities,” said Howell.

When not at work, Jeff likes to spend time antiquing with his wife, spending time with his three children or bass fishing. He also loves technology and tries to learn something new every day.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

Jeff Howell

Jeff Howell

Market President
1727 N. Highway 66
Catoosa, OK 74015

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RCBHC and OSBI Agree to Merger

RCB Holding Company (RCBHC) is expanding its presence in Oklahoma with the merger of Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc. (OSBI), and its subsidiary banks, Oklahoma State Bank and Lakeside State Bank with RCB Bank.

RCB Holding Company and Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc. agree to merger

Local community bank expanding footprint

(CLAREMORE, OK) RCB Holding Company (RCBHC) is expanding its presence in Oklahoma with the merger of Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc. (OSBI), and its subsidiary banks, Oklahoma State Bank and Lakeside State Bank with RCB Bank. The sale is expected to close in the third quarter of 2021 pending regulatory approval. All Oklahoma State Bank locations and Lakeside State Bank locations are included in the transaction. The locations will continue to operate as Oklahoma State Bank and Lakeside State Bank respectively until late third quarter 2021.

“What attracted us to the Hartley’s bank was the bank’s reputation and their employees within each of their communities,” said Roger Mosier, RCBHC president and CEO. “Oklahoma State Bank and Lakeside State Bank are both integral partners in their communities; RCB Bank strives to be the same partner in the 30 communities we serve in Oklahoma and Kansas.”

Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc., headquartered in Vinita, OK, has $306 million in assets and 64 employees throughout the holding company.

“While one chapter of Hartley family ownership of OSBI closes, another one opens. We have known the Robson family for a long time and are thrilled to partner with RCB Bank. Our discussions with RCB Bank’s team confirmed for us that this partnership will be a win-win for all of our constituents including employees, customers and the communities we serve,” said Monty Hartley, Chairman of Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc..

With the addition of Oklahoma State Bank Shares Inc., RCB Bank will expand to 64 locations across Oklahoma and Kansas, and over $4 billion in assets.

“The employees of Oklahoma State Bank and Lakeside State Bank have built their reputation on customer service. Since 1936, RCB Bank has used the same core values of customer service and community banking to grow our business. We believe the customers of OSBI will appreciate the expanded services we will bring to their current banking relationship,” said Mosier. “The locations in Vinita, Oologah, Langley, Chelsea and Monkey Island will provide our existing customers in Green Country more banking opportunities.”

Hartley added, “Both of our banks have a long tradition of building strong relationships within the communities we serve. The products and services offered by RCB Bank should further enhance the relationships in our communities.”

 

About Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc.
Oklahoma State Bancshares is an Oklahoma-based $306 million bank holding company with two full-service community banks serving five Oklahoma communities with 64 employees. Oklahoma State Bank, founded in 1938 and Lakeside State Bank, founded in 1976, provide trusted banking services to its customers. For more information go to www.okstate.bank or www.lakesidebankok.com. Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #787848 and #459032

Gene Katz, Managing Director, Investment Banking, D.A. Davidson, served as financial advisor and Gregg Eichner, Shareholder, McAfee & Taft, served as Legal Counsel to Oklahoma State Bancshares Inc.

About RCB Holding Company
RCB Holding Company is a one-bank holding company, comprised of RCB Bank, a $3.69 billion community bank with over 700 employees and 59 locations in Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936 in Claremore, OK, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. For additional information, visit us online at RCBbank.com. Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #798151

Jacquelyn Bateman Kruppa, Counsel, Hunton and Williams served as Legal Counsel to RCB Holding Co.

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RCB Bank Announces New Board Member Lee Evans

CLAREMORE, Okla. – RCB Bank is pleased to announce that Lee Evans of Evans & Associates will be joining the Bank as a board member.

“Lee has been an important part of our bank as a member of our market board for the last eight years,” said RCB Bank President and CEO Roger Mosier. “He will bring extensive knowledge and important insight to the RCB Bank board.”

Evans is the President and CEO of Evans & Associates Enterprises, a construction company based out of Ponca City.

Evans has served on the SPCA board of directors since 2012. Since moving to Ponca City in 1997, he has served on the Ponca City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Economic Development Advisory Board, Poncan Theatre Board of Directors, Salvation Army Board of Directors, Oklahoma Asphalt Paving Association Board of Directors, the University Center Foundation, and the Ponca City Development Authority, serving as Chairman for four years. He currently serves on the RCB Bank Ponca City Advisory Board of Directors and is Vice Chairman of the Ponca City Development Authority serving on the Board for another term.

“Lee has done a great job on the Ponca City Advisory Board and we are excited for his new leadership role with RCB Bank,” said Ponca City Market President Jerod Helling.

Evans graduated from Oklahoma State University with majors in accounting and finance, and received his MBA from East Texas University. When he is not working, he enjoys riding Harley Davidson motorcycles, upland and waterfowl bird hunting, and spending time with family and friends at Grand Lake. He has been married to his wife, Laura, for 37 years and they have one son, Lee Jr., who has recently moved back to Ponca City to become involved in the family business.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Dee Ledy Celebrates 50 Years in Banking

WINFIELD, Kan. – The Kansas Bankers Association is pleased to honor Loretta (Dee) Ledy for over 50 years of service in Kansas banks. Dee began her banking career in 1968 at First Federal Savings and Loan when she was a senior at Winfield High School.

Over the next 27 years, Ledy advanced from a teller to the Senior Vice President of Real Estate Lending. She served as the lending coordinator for secondary market loans, a CRA compliance officer, quality control, reviewed consumer loans, and assisted with loan acquisitions and real estate appraisals.

In 1995, Commerce Bank acquired Union National Bank, formerly known as First Federal Savings and Loan.  At that time, Ledy joined  the First National Bank of Winfield and CornerBank family. For the next 21 years, she served as Senior Vice President of Lending and Secondary Market Lending Coordinator for CornerBank.

“I love helping customers and am proud to have assisted three generations of customers realize their dream to purchase, remodel or build a home,” said Ledy.

When RCB Bank purchased CornerBank in 2016, Ledy continued serving customers as Assistant Vice President of Real Estate, Consumer and Commercial Real Estate Lending. She looks forward to serving her fourth generation of customers and continues to focus on giving the best customer service possible.

Dee is also active in the Winfield Soroptimists, Lions Club and First United Methodist Church. She has been happily married to her husband Mike for 52 years. They have two children and one grandchild, Skyler.

Pictured left to right: Doug Warham, President of Kansas Bankers Association; Craig Myers, CFO, RCB Bank; Roger Mosier, President, RCB Bank; Gregg Conklin, Winfield Market President.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Angels in the Attic Receives Donation and Presents for Local Families

ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. – RCB Bank donated $1,000 and presents for four local families to Angels in the Attic, a local non-profit that helps people in need.

“This has been a challenging year for many in our community. The need is greater now than ever before,” said RCB Bank Market President John Sturd. “RCB Bank and our employees are happy to help Angels in the Attic fill that need.”

In addition to the monetary donation from RCB Bank, their employees donated enough to sponsor Christmas gifts for four local families.

Angels in the Attic is a local non-profit that serves the community by networking with other area groups, businesses, churches, and organizations to better assist individuals that are struggling. Their thrift store items support programs for back to school supplies, a food pantry, medications, utility and rental assistance and clothing for individuals in need.

 

Pictured left to right: Ivy Beals, Social Services Director; Kristin Dobbins, RCB Bank; Raven Nuss, RCB Bank; Janice Marr, Executive Director; Kim Fleetwood, RCB Bank; John Sturd, RCB Bank Market President

Pictured left to right: Ivy Beals, Social Services Director, Angels in the Attic; Janice Marr, Executive Director, Angels in the Attic; John Sturd, RCB Bank Market President; Jill Hunter, Board Secretary, Angels in the Attic.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Kansas and Oklahoma. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Local Businesses Team Up to Tackle Childhood Hunger

Bedlam for Babies

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Over the last month, RCB Bank and Bob Moore Subaru teamed up to gather donations for the Oklahoma City Infant Crisis Center.

“The outpouring of support has been wonderful,” said Ashley Davis, VP Loan Officer at RCB Bank. “We were able to donate many items to this amazing organization.”

Corey Rucker, the manager at Bob Moore Subaru in northeast Oklahoma City, was also integral in gathering the items on the Infant Crisis Center’s wish list this year.

“Giving back to our community is important to Bob Moore Subaru, our customers and myself.” said Rucker. “Through the drive we collected an entire box of items and our employees loved seeing the participations from our customers and staff.”

Infant Crisis Services is located in Oklahoma City and provides diapers, food, formula and other essential items to families and babies in central Oklahoma.

Bedlam for Babies

Pictured from left to right: Cory Rucker, Bob Moore Subaru; Ashley Davis RCB Bank VP Loan Officer.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Taking Donations for Drumright Food Bank

Donations will be accepted until November 17.

Drumright Food Bank

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. – Until November 17, the RCB Bank in Drumright is accepting donations for the local food bank. RCB Bank is located at 121 W. Broadway St.

“We are proud to help people in our community during the holiday season,” says RCB Bank Retail Coordinator Stephanie Rose.

The food bank requests donations of canned tuna and chicken, canned fruits, soup and stew, beans (canned or dry), canned vegetables, cereal and oatmeal.

“We have done this event for several years and hope to donate more than ever this year,” said RCB Bank Market President Curtis Bales. “Every little bit counts when fighting food insecurity.”

Pictured from left to right: RCB Bank teller Laurelle Casteel and RCB Bank Customer Service Representative Rebekah Blansett show the current donations.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Accepting Donations for Infant Crisis Services

Bedlam for Babies provides necessities for babies and toddlers at risk of going hungry

Bedlam for Babies

Three RCB Bank locations in the Oklahoma City and Edmond region will sponsor donation bins for the Infant Crisis Services Bedlam for Babies event. Donation bins are located at the following locations:

“We are really proud to be part of an event that provides essential items to kids and babies across the region,” said RCB Bank Loan Officer Ashley Davis.

RCB Bank reached out to the community and immediately received a warm response. The General Manager of Bob Moore Subaru, Corey Rucker, has also offered to put a donation bin at 13010 N Kelley Ave. in Oklahoma City.

Bedlam for Babies provides necessities for babies and toddlers at risk of going hungry. Items needed for donation include:

  •  Diapers (newborn – size 6)
  • New baby bottles
  • New sippy cups
  • Wipes
  • Gerber Good Start Gentle formula
  • Soy formula (any kind)
  • Baby wash & baby shampoo

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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Keith Moyer Joins Treasury Services at RCB Bank

Keith Moyer.

WICHITA, Kan. – RCB Bank is excited to announce Keith Moyer as the Treasury Services manager at RCB Bank.

“I am very thankful and excited to join the RCB Bank team,” said Moyer. “I believe my experience and knowledge working with community banks will bring great value to RCB Bank. I look forward to our growth.”

Moyer has 25 years of experience in Treasury Services, and spent 15 years managing treasury teams at community banks.

“Keith will help us build on all the great work we have done for businesses this year,” said RCB Bank Chief Operating Officer, Craig Myers. “He will offer strategic insight into our treasury services and continue to build strong banking relationships with business owners.”

Keith graduated from Friends University with a business degree and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP). He also serves as a treasurer for a church board and has served on the WSU Tech Foundation board.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

Keith Moyer

Keith Moyer

Treasury Services Manager
10501 E. Berkeley Square Pkwy
Wichita, KS 67206

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First ITM Installed in Winfield RCB Bank

A new Interactive Teller Machine (ITM) has been installed at the RCB Bank location at 1421 South Main Street location.

WINFIELD, Kan. – RCB Bank is excited to announce a new Interactive Teller Machine (ITM) has been installed at the RCB Bank location at 1421 South Main Street location.

“If you have not seen or used an ITM yet, come check it out,” says Winfield Market President Gregg Conklin. “The ITM gives our customers even more ways to bank with us and with convenience they will love.”

The self-service ITM gives customers a number of flexible and convenient banking options. Customers can video chat with a teller during extended hours, complete a wide range of personal and business transactions, and choose their denominations when withdrawing money.

“We are proud to be the market leader with the introduction of the first ITM in Winfield,” adds Conklin.

RCB Bank and its predecessor company CornerBank, have been the first to introduce many new and progressive banking services to Winfield, including a Bank posting machine in 1916, a drive in motor bank in 1966, an ATM in 1981, internet banking in 1997 and now, in 2020, they have installed the first ITM.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

Pictured, from left, Gloria Ulbrich, Winfield Retail Coordinator, and Gregg Conklin, Winfield Market President with the new ITM on Oct. 5.

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Curtis Bales Announced as New Market President

Curtis Bales.

CUSHING, Okla. – After 10 years at RCB Bank, Curtis Bales becomes the RCB Bank Market President for the Cushing, Stroud, Drumright and Oilton markets.

“The opportunity to relocate to the Cushing area is an honor,” said Bales. “The staff at all four locations are very experienced and love their communities. That makes my job here that much easier.”

His wife and two kids are also looking forward to the move.

“This area is a great place to raise a family. My wife and I have met many nice people here and look forward to developing more relationships in the communities.”

Prior to his new position, Bales spent the last eight years as a lender and manager of the Mid-America branch in Pryor.

“Curtis has the experience and attitude we want in all our Market Presidents,” said President and CEO Roger Mosier. “He wants to help communities grow and genuinely cares about employees.”

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

Curtis Bales

Curtis Bales

Market President
300 N. Harrison Ave.
Cushing, OK 74023

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Habitat for Humanity Receives $2,000 Donation

RCB Bank donates $2,000 to the Arkansas City Habitat for Humanity.

ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. – RCB Bank donates $2,000 to the Arkansas City Habitat for Humanity. This money will help a family in Arkansas City achieve their dreams of owning a home.

“RCB Bank is proud to support Arkansas City Habitat for Humanity and their mission to provide safe, decent and affordable housing for those in our community,” said RCB Bank Market President John Sturd.

Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in approximately 70 countries. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.

Pictured above (left to right): Curt Freeland, Habitat for Humanity Board President; John Sturd, Arkansas City market president.

RCB Bank is a community bank with locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB Bank is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. Learn more at RCBbank.com or give us a call at 855.BANK.RCB. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender, NMLS #798151.

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RCB Bank Named Top Bank in Oklahoma

Forbes magazine named RCB Bank as the best bank in the state of Oklahoma in 2020.

Forbes 2020 best-in-state banks.

Forbes magazine named RCB Bank as the best bank in the state of Oklahoma in 2020. Nearly 25,000 consumers took a survey to discuss their current and former banking relationships. Based on consumer answers, RCB Bank ranked first in the state of Oklahoma based on its advantages in customer service, accessibility and financial advice. Banks were also ranked based on overall recommendations and satisfaction, trust, terms and conditions, branch services and digital services.

“We are thrilled to receive this prestigious award,” said RCB Bank President and CEO Roger Mosier. “Our employees are dedicated to their communities and building relationships with every person that walks through the door.”

RCB Bank began in Claremore, Oklahoma in 1936 after L.S. Robson was unable to secure a dependable loan with local banks. His son and current RCB Bank board member Frank Robson recalls why the motivation to start RCB Bank. “My dad started this bank because he knew if a community was ever going to grow, credit had to be available.”

It is this progressive spirit and commitment to local communities that motivates RCB Bank to offer small town service with the ability to handle big bank transactions. “Working with someone you know always makes the banking process easier,” said Claremore Market President Matt Mason. “We want what is best for the community because we live here too and know how important banks are to those communities.”

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