RCB Bank Supports Joseph’s Storehouse

RCB Bank presents check to Joseph's Storehouse

RCB Bank presents Joseph’s Storehouse in Burden, Kansas, with a check for $1,500.

“RCB Bank is a community bank and we’re proud to invest in local organizations like Joseph’s Storehouse that do so much to serve others,” said Gregg Conklin, RCB Bank market president.

Receiving the check from Conklin is Patrice Williamson, manager of Joseph’s Storehouse.

“We are so grateful to RCB Bank for their level of commitment to eastern Cowley County,” said Williamson. “This donation will go a long way to help the residents in this area and beyond.”

Pictured from left front row: Ken and Geranne Mills, Jaurene Lauppe, Joseph’s board member; Mandy Cannon, RCB Bank loan officer; Donna Jackson, Joseph’s board president; Patrice Williamson, manager of Joseph’s Storehouse; Gregg Conklin, RCB Bank market president; Gloria Ulbrich, RCB Bank retail coordinator. Back row: Darrell Webber, board treasurer; Stacy Shields, Joseph’s employee; Cecily Delarosa, RCB Bank teller supervisor; and Robyn Tapia, RCB Bank CSR supervisor.

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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Gregg Conklin New RCB Bank Market President in Winfield

Winfield, Kansas — RCB Bank is pleased to announce new leadership in Winfield. Gregg Conklin takes over the helm as RCB Bank market president, as former market president Lonnie McCullough accepts the position of interim market president in Hutchinson.

Conklin is a fourth generation Kansan raised in Sumner County, Kansas. He graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture economics. He is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado and remains active in the school as a student advisor. He has attended multiple banking schools through the Kansas Bankers Association (KBA), including commercial lending and advanced commercial lending. Conklin is a past member of the KBA Lending Committee and a two-term board member for the Kansas Chapter of the Risk Management Association comprised of commercial bankers.

He has held advanced management positions in his 33-year banking career. He has an extensive background in commercial, municipal, agribusiness and small business lending. His mantra is providing exceptional customer service and building mutually beneficial relationships that span generations.

Conklin is a member of Holy Name Catholic Church and serves on the Finance Council. In addition, he is the financial secretary for Knights of Columbus Council No. 4317. Past community service includes terms on the Winfield High School Advisory Council and Southwestern College Leadership Advisory Council, and a past member of Leadership Cowley County. He has worked with various non-profits organizations over the years donating his time, talent and treasure.

Conklin and his wife Susan recently celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary and have resided in rural Winfield the past 21 years. They have three sons, all graduates of Winfield High School.  Tyler lives in Davenport, Iowa where he is employed with John Deere, Matthew is obtaining a doctorate degree in international politics at the University of Chicago, and Adam is a corporal in the United States Marine Corps currently stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.

Get in touch with Gregg.


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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Kelly Johnson Joins RCB Bank Ponca City Board of Directors

Welcome to the board.

Kelly Johnson

Ponca City, Oklahoma RCB Bank welcomes Kelly Johnson to its Ponca City RCB Bank board of directors.

“With Kelly’s strong sense of business and community, he is a perfect fit for RCB Bank and our mission of service,” said Jeff Cowan, market president.

Johnson is a current member of the Ponca City Rotary Club, a member of the Community Action Committee – Phillips 66 and presently serving on the Board of Governors with the International Water Quality Association based in Chicago, IL.

Kelly grew up and attended schools here in Ponca City. He graduated from Northern Oklahoma College with an Associate’s Degree in Business and furthered his education at Oklahoma State University, graduating with a bachelor’s in business administration.

Kelly started his career in Houston, working as an account executive for BioLab, Inc., a specialty chemical manufacturer based in Decatur, Georgia. After 10 years with BioLab, he worked for Kirkhill, Inc. a manufacturer of rubber goods and other plumbing components, based out of Downey, California. In late 1994, Kelly and his wife Cheryl took the opportunity to move back to Ponca City where he began his current career with Quality Water Services, a family-owned business since 1945.

While serving as vice president of operations, his company moved to their current location during the winter of 1995. In May of 1998, he became president and owner of Quality Water Services. In 2002, Quality Water Services was recognized as “Small Business of the Year,” by the Ponca City Area Chamber of Commerce. Quality Water Services has locations in Arkansas City, Ponca City and Stillwater. Their product lines include commercial, residential and industrial water treatment, bottled water and pool and spa business.

Kelly is a graduate of the Ponca City Police Academy and Ponca City Leadership Class 2001. He is also a recipient of the Larry Hughes Award in 2002 and the Ponca City Outstanding Citizen Award in 2013.

He has served our community with United Way & Peachtree Landing and is past Chairman of The Friends of Education, Ponca City Economic Development Advisory Board, Ponca City Area Chamber of Commerce, Ponca City Tourism Bureau, Alliance Health Ponca City and the Ponca City Development Authority.

Kelly has been married to Cheryl for 25 years and is a proud alumnus of Oklahoma State University, class of ’83.

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.
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RCB Bank Announces New Leadership in Stillwater

Brad Collier takes over the helm as market president June 1.

Larry Green passes reins to Brad Collier

RCB Bank is pleased to announce Brad Collier takes over the helm as RCB Bank market president, upon the pending retirement of current market president Larry Green.

“It is with mixed feelings that I hand over the reins of the day-to-day management of RCB Bank Stillwater,” said Green. “Since coming to Stillwater in 2010, it has been a labor of love. The Bank and our people are truly the best in the business. So many lasting friendships have resulted with customers and staff alike. Thank you Stillwater for allowing me to serve you.”

“I step away knowing Stillwater is in good hands with Brad Collier,” Green said. “Collier is a very experienced banker and a good friend. He and the RCB Bank family will continue to provide exemplary customer service and creative financial solutions.”

Collier has 25 years’ experience in banking, with more than 20 years devoted to commercial and installment lending and 15 years of service in various senior leadership roles. He is a graduate of Maryville University in St. Louis, and American Bankers Association’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where he received the Wharton Leadership Certificate.

Collier is active in the community, a 2017 graduate of Leadership Stillwater Class 26, a volunteer for the Stillwater Chamber of Commerce Total Resource Campaign in 2018 and a member of the Stillwater Frontier Rotary Club. He is also vice president of the Stillwater Community Foundation Board and an active member of Countryside Baptist Church.

“Larry Green greatly improved RCB Bank’s visibility since we entered the Stillwater market in 2010,” said Roger Mosier, RCB Bank president and CEO. “He provided us with a stable base with which to increase our commitment to the Stillwater community. In the coming months, he will continue to provide valuable input corporate wide.”

“We are fortunate to find an individual of Brad’s caliber to continue the work initiated by Larry,” Mosier said. “Brad has substantial roots in the Stillwater community and we look forward to his leadership.” 

Green joined RCB Bank in 2010 as market president in Stillwater. His future plans include assisting RCB Bank with business development throughout the organization. He and his wife Thresa will remain in Stillwater and look forward to remaining active in the community.

“I will, of course, always bleed Orange,” Green said.

Get in touch with Brad Collier

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. Brad Collier NMLS #539288

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Join RCB Bank at Customer Appreciation

We know you can bank with whomever you want.

We’re honored you choose to bank with us.

This summer, we are thanking our customers across our communities with a variety of Customer Appreciation events.

See what event is happening in your community. Stay posted as we’re adding new events weekly.

Join us!

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RCB Bank Claremore Business of the Month

March 2019

RCB Bank Staff standing in front of their new ITM

RCB Bank, Rooted in Community

RCB Bank is the Claremore Chamber’s Business of the Month for March.

RCB Bank is a hometown community bank, founded in Claremore in 1936. Today RCB Bank is proudly serving over 50 communities across Oklahoma and Kansas. We offer a total service banking relationship and can provide financial solutions for any stage of life.

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 Stays True to its Roots

Two ladies in front of RCB Bank's ITM in Claremore

When RCB Bank opened its doors for the first time in 1936, we made a promise to Claremore to be friendly in service and progressive in spirit. That promise still directs our decisions today.

“In these ever-changing times, RCB Bank strives to stay true to our roots and provide services that our customers want and need,” said Matt Mason, Claremore market president.

Our progressive spirit continually seeks to develop and deliver flexible and convenient banking options so you can bank how you want, when you want.

We are proud to announce our newest convenience, RCB instaBank, with self-service interactive teller machines, known as ITMs.

Make cash and check deposits for both personal and business. Withdraw cash and coins. Talk with live bankers during extended banking hours.

“The ITM has been a life saver,” said Betty Watowich, owner of Doe’s Eat Place of Claremore. “We don’t carry a bunch of cash so it’s super convenient when we need cash in a flash.”

You can skip the line in the branch or drive-thru and still speak with a teller. At an ITM, you can video chat with a live RCB Bank teller during extended banking hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., excluding holidays.

“Our video bankers can also help with issues like misplacing a debit card, closing a card and ordering a new one,” said Amber Holloway, branch automation supervisor, RCB Bank. “When you need to talk to a teller but the bank is closed or you’re in a rush, ITMs are a great alternative.”

Non-customers can use our ITMs as well, to cash RCB Bank checks and withdraw funds with their debit card like a normal ATM.

Our friendly service extends beyond our walls. As a locally owned bank, our foundation, our leadership and our drive focuses on community.

“In addition to our financial contributions, you’ll find us in the community, volunteering on local non-profit boards, event committees and at our local schools,” said Sara Moss, community and customer relations, RCB Bank. “We serve because we live here too! Our kids attend these schools too! We serve because we care!“

RCB Bank was formed out of a need during the Great Depression. Good people were struggling. They needed a hand and banks were not meeting their needs. RCB Bank founders stepped in to help local citizens keep their farms afloat and their businesses operating. They made bold moves to lend money because they knew a person’s character, not just their account balance, was worth investing in.

Because of our progressive spirit to loan in tough times, we have had the honor over the years to build loyal customers and serve the needs of multi-generation families.

It is an honor when our customers give us feedback like one of our recent Google Reviews, “Always been there for me!” – Five stars!

RCB Bank is about relationships, community and boldness. We believe building relationships with our customers will help us to better understand and serve their needs. We believe in building stronger communities by providing financial services to help citizens thrive and local businesses grow. We are willing to take bold steps and meet the needs of the community, even in tough times.

We invite you to come and see why so many customers say, RCB Bank “That’s my bank.”

 

ITM: Money transfers can only be made between RCB Bank accounts. ITM deposits made before 7 p.m. on business days the Bank is open will be deposited that day. Deposits made after 7 p.m. or on days the Bank is closed will be deposited next business 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. Matt Mason NMLS #799316
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Rhonda Bart Wins Chat to Win Giveaway Grand Prize

Rhonda Bart

Claremore, Oklahoma Congratulations to Rhonda Bart, winner of the $500 gift card grand prize in the RCB instaBank Chat to Win Giveaway contest, sponsored by RCB Bank.

Thanks to everyone who entered the Chat to Win Giveaway. Four weekly winners and one grand prize winner were randomly selected from participants who visited an RCB instaBank in Claremore and spoke with a live video banker through our new Interactive Teller Machines (ITM).

RCB instaBank locations offer 24/7 banking! ITMs can handle most teller transactions, including check cashing, loan payments and withdrawals in any dollar increment you want. Plus, live video chat assistance with real RCB Bankers is available for extended hours should you need help with your transaction. Live chat is available Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

RCB Bank has two ITM locations, known as RCB instaBanks:

Claremore Walmart, 1500 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd.

RCB Bank Financial Center, 511 W. Will Rogers Blvd.

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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Beware of Netflix scam

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Netflix scam graphic

There is a new sophisticated Netflix phishing attack you need to watch out for. They start out very pleasant, saying they have some trouble with your billing info, and pretty please with sugar on top need you to update your payment details. But if you fall for it, they will try to steal your login details, your credit card data, your picture and your ID!

Think Before You Click!

  • Never click on a login link or an account verification link in an email. If there is one, bail.
  • Check for the green HTTPS padlock. If there isn’t one, bail.
  • If there is a padlock, check the name of the site. If it’s not exactly what you expect, bail.
  • Don’t ignore telltales such as spelling and grammar errors. If it looks wrong, bail.
  • Guard your ID closely. If you’re asked for a selfie or ID when it isn’t absolutely necessary, bail.

 

Let’s take a closer look.

(Note the simple trick, right there in the subject line, of not spelling out the brand-theft text “Netflix” exactly: the crooks wrote the X as the Greek letter chi, so that Netflix came out as Netfli?.)

Next, you wind up here and that’s where they steal your credentials. But wait, there’s more…

Next, they steal your credit card data:

And trying to keep you on the hook, they throw in a Verfied by VISA page:

Then to add insult to injury, they make you confirm your identity by taking a selfie holding your identity card. Yikes!

An Apple scam is also going around.

Watch out for emails from Apple stating “someone has logged into your Apple ID from an unknown device.” It’s not real.

Stop. Look. Think. Don’t be fooled.

Information provided by Stu Sjouwerman, Founder and CEO of KnowBe4, Inc. Keeping You Informed. Keeping You Aware.
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