By: Carol Beck-Round | Category: Consumer News | Issue: November 2006
(L to R) Missi Graham, Janette Judd, Dusty Mangram, Sheila Moore, Kristen Day and Lisa Williams welcome you to the new RCB Bank Castoosa branch.
With the grand opening last month of their new 6,000 square foot branch at Catoosa, RCB is ready to serve customers with a full-service line of banking options, according to Myrtle Prather, vice-president of marketing.
“We offer a wide array of bank services,” says Prather, “including mortgage lending, commercial and consumer loans, safety deposit boxes, Internet banking, on-line bill pay, fund transfers between accounts and a convenient drive-through ATM at the front of the property.”
Business owners who want to save time and money also have access to the latest technology-enabled service called Remote Deposit Capture. RDC allows business customers to do banking from their office or home without filling out lengthy deposit slips, making daily trips to the bank for deposits or copying piles of paperwork for internal record keeping.
Because you don’t have to leave the comfort of your workplace, Remote Deposit Capture is an ideal solution for businesses with multiple locations or companies with stores or branches scattered across the United States.
“This service is a first for the Catoosa market,” Prather says. “Businesses can process cashier checks, money orders and personal checks without leaving their office.”
With six drive-in lanes, banking is convenient for anyone in a hurry. Convenient hours also make the Catoosa RCB branch a great place to do business. The lobby is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. while the drive-through is open from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday drive-through hours are 8 a.m. until noon.
In addition to accommodating hours, RCB Bank will post transactions until 6 p.m. each weekday.
“This option makes RCB unique in this area,” says Prather. “Customers may also use Internet banking services to pay bills up until 7 p.m. each day, allowing them to be included in that day’s business.”
With $1.1 billion in assets, RCB Bank believes in keeping their customers’ needs at the forefront of their business. That’s why experienced personnel are also available at their newest location.
Dusty Mangrum, who has been with RCB since 1994, is president of the Catoosa branch. Mangrum previously served as president at the Claremore South branch.
Since 1998, Lisa Williams has been a part of RCB’s banking community. Williams, who is the Catoosa assistant vice-president, will be handling consumer-lending needs.
Both Mangrum and Williams had previous years of banking experience before joining the RCB team.
Instead of making the trip to Claremore to take care of banking business, customers now have the option of driving right off I-44 to cash checks, make deposits or borrow money. What more could you ask for in a bank?
Open a new checking account at the Catoosa branch and RCB will give you a $25 VISA gift card. And if that’s not enough, you can sign up to be entered in a drawing for a Dell laptop computer on November 24.
Check out RCB Bank’s newest branch at 1727 North HWY 66 right next to the Catoosa Family Medical Clinic.
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After 30 years in public school education, Carol Round retired and moved from Grand Lake to Claremore, Oklahoma in 2005, where she writes a weekly faith-based column which runs in 14 Oklahoma newspapers as well as several national and international publications. Three volumes of her columns have been compiled into collections: A Matter of Faith, Faith Matters and by FAITH alone. She has also written Journaling with Jesus: How to Draw Closer to God and a companion workbook, The 40-Day Challenge. This past year she has written three children’s books, a series called Nana’s 3 Jars, to teach children about the value of giving, saving and spending money. All of Carol’s books are available through Amazon. In addition to writing her weekly column, authoring books and speaking to women’s groups, she writes for Value News. She also blogs regularly at www.carolaround.com. When she is not writing or speaking, she loves spending time with her three grandchildren, working in her flowerbeds, shooting photos, volunteering at her church or going on mission trips overseas, and hiking. She is also an avid reader and loves working crosswords and trying to solve Sudoku puzzles.