RCB Bank welcomes new Kansas Market Branch President
published on 01/09/2013
CLAREMORE, OK – RCB Bank announces the promotion of Lonnie E. McCullough, Jr. to Kansas Market Branch President.
“Lonnie is a great addition to RCB Bank’s Ark City and Winfield markets,” said Skip Mefford, current Kansas Market Branch President. “The Ag and commercial banking knowledge that Lonnie possesses further strengthens the services offered by seasoned lenders Steve Russell and Larry Hoover. We are excited to have him as part of our team, and I know the community will accept him as one of their own.”
McCullough previously served as Senior Vice President for RCB Bank in Pryor for two years before moving to Arkansas City last October with his wife Deanna.
“I have enjoyed the opportunity to work for RCB Bank and its well-established, strong, stable community-oriented branch in Pryor,” said McCullough. “The Arkansas City community has been so warm and welcoming to us. We have lived and worked all of our lives in rural communities and we are excited to make Cowley County our long-term home. We look forward to playing a role in the continued future success of Arkansas City and helping to ensure that it continues to be such a great place to live and work.”
McCullough is a strong supporter of the communities in which he lives, heavily involved in youth programs, including Junior Football and Boy Scouts, and civic organizations like the local school board, rotary club and chamber. He is a recent graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin.
Skip Mefford, Kansas Market Branch President since 2010, recently accepted the position of Branch President of RCB Bank’s Owasso locations. Mefford plans to move to Owasso in the spring.
“This transition is really a love, hate experience,” he said. “I love the new opportunity and new challenges associated with the transition, but hate the fact that I am leaving such a wonderful community that I have called home since 2010. Cowley County is a great place to live and even better place to raise children. The community accepted my family as if we have lived here all our lives.”
RCB Bank is a community bank with assets totaling more than $2.1 Billion, over 500 employees and 30 locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. Founded in 1936, RCB is committed to serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. For additional information, visit www.RCBBank.com.