By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Financial Services | Issue: November 2010
Loan officers at RCB MidAmerica Bank include Kristen Wilson, branch manager Victor Casey, and Tobie Cooper.
RCB Bank recently announced the promotion of Victor Casey to assistant vice president and manager of the MidAmerica branch in Pryor. Mr. Casey replaces Corey Sisson, who has moved to RCB’s branch in Broken Arrow.
Casey is a native of Pryor and has been employed by RCB since 2006. He completed RCB’s officer trainee program, and then served the bank as a consumer and commercial loan officer.
According to Ron Reiser, Pryor market president of RCB Bank, “Victor has been invaluable to RCB and has proven himself to be more than capable of his new position. It’s exciting to see a local, young talent remain in Mayes County, not only as an integral part of RCB, but also as an essential, contributing member of the community.”
Casey plans on complementing the bank with the highest level of support, enthusiasm and excitement as they confidently step into the future. “The employees of this branch have been doing a great job for the Pryor community since the bank’s doors opened in 2006,” he said. “I hope to be a positive presence and influence to the banking group as we continue to supply full-service banking products and services to the residents of Pryor and surrounding communities.”
Casey and his wife Camren have three children: daughters Emerson and Jenson, and a newborn son, Nash.
RCB MidAmerica is a full-service bank providing services to both consumers and businesses. Their Go Green Rewards Checking is a totally free checking account that allows participants to earn up to 4.10 percent APY interest on balances up to $25,000 – no minimum balance required. This account is completely paperless, so you receive e-statements, bank online, and use your Visa Check Card. There are requirements that must be met to qualify and participate in this account and to receive the maximum allowed APY. Check online, call, or visit RCB MidAmerica for complete details.
With business services designed to help you “take care of business,” RCB offers everything from account management tools to keep track of your money, to mobile transactions to help you get paid faster.
As a customer, you may also bank by phone with RCB’s Anytime Banker Line and mobile banking services. They permit you to do things like check account balances and interest rates, report a lost or stolen card, speak to customer service, transfer funds, or make a payment. You can also get information on your loans, CDs and IRAs, or make sure your bills have been paid.
Online banking with RCB’s NetTeller banking solution allows you to access your account, view and print statements, paid checks and deposit slips, transfer funds, and set e-mail alerts for special events or transactions – all in real time. You may also view and print current transactions and history, plus pay bills online – up to seven transactions.
RCB Bank is an Oklahoma-owned community bank with assets totaling $2 billion. They employ over 500 employees and have 31 locations across Oklahoma and Kansas. For additional information about RCB Bank, visit their website at www.rcbbank.com.
RCB MidAmerica Branch in Pryor offers a wide range of loan products with competitive rates and flexible terms for new or used vehicles, boats, recreational vehicles, motorcycles, and general consumer-purpose loans. They are proud to be a local lending professional and will provide you with a prompt credit decision and a tailored loan package.
Make it a point to stop by RCB in Pryor and introduce yourself to Victor Casey. You’ll find it a great place to bank.
Duane Blankenship has spent his professional career in advertising and enjoyed nearly 30 years of employment with Cities Service Oil Company, Lowrance Electronics, and Zebco. He has been self-employed for nearly 20 years, producing advertising projects for clients in northeastern Oklahoma and from Washington State to Florida. His hobbies over the years have included multiple sports, hunting and fishing, boating, bicycling, horses and creating fine art pencil drawings. Duane has written nearly 800 business-related stories for Value News since 2005. He has an outgoing personality, enjoys meeting people and making new friends. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married 48 years. Both claim to be semi-retired, but enjoy remaining "plugged in" to their respective professions. They are both active in their community and church.