Arvest Foundation Contributes $5,000 to Kiddie Park

Wednesday, May 30 at 02:00 PM
Category: Arvest Community News

With roots tracing back to the 1940s, the Kiddie Park has been a staple in the Bartlesville community for decades. The Kiddie Park is a safe place for youth and their caregivers to have fun and build lifelong memories. Funds from the Arvest Foundation will be used to maintain the park’s rides and attractions.


The gift was announced at the Kiddie Park in front of the iconic carousel. Local bank president Kyle Hubbard and marketing manager Annah Fischer were on hand to present the check to Kiddie Park president Ron Adams.

“We are so thankful for the support of the Arvest Foundation,” said Adams. “We are very proud to be a part of the history of Bartlesville, and we feel very blessed to have the support of our community. This gift will allow us to continue to provide a safe place for children to make memories with their loved ones.”

“The Kiddie Park is one of the many attractions that make Bartlesville unique,” said Hubbard. “My family and so many from our community and afar treasure the memories made at the Kiddie Park. This donation will help ensure future families are able to enjoy the park facilities.”

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Arvest Bank Announces New ATM in Springfield

Wednesday, May 30 at 10:45 AM
Category: Arvest News

Arvest Bank is pleased to announce a new stand-alone ATM ready for use in the Springfield region.

The ATM is located at 2620 S. Glenstone Ave., in the Brentwood North Shopping Center. Additionally, it is a deposit image ATM, meaning customers can feed checks and cash directly into the machine without filling out a deposit slip or using a deposit envelope. In the instance of cash deposits, the advanced processing capability of deposit image ATMs allows for full credit access.      

In the case of check deposits, the machine tallies the deposit and prints an image of the checks and total deposit amount on a receipt for the customer’s records. Information about the deposit is then transmitted electronically to the bank, speeding up the processing of the deposit and reducing the need for immediate pickup of the paper items.

“We are excited to open this ATM,” said Brad Crain, president for Arvest in Springfield. “We believe it will give our customers another banking option in an area where we weren’t previously represented. This is just another example of the ways in which we constantly research and evaluate the effectiveness of our branch and ATM locations.”

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Arvest Wealth Management Announces Webster Hiring

Friday, May 25 at 02:00 PM
Category: Arvest News


Arvest Bank is pleased to announce it has hired Joni Webster as an Arvest Wealth Management senior vice president and trust officer.

Webster has 22 years of trust and estate planning experience, and in addition to being a Certified Trust Financial Advisor and Certified Private Wealth Advisor, holds a STEP Certificate in International Trust Management. She is replacing Sherry McBride, who will retire at the end of June.

As a trust officer, Webster is responsible for fiduciary account administration of personal trusts, estates, investment accounts and IRAs, among other duties. She will be based out of the Arvest Branch located at 70 Sugar Creek Center.

Webster earned a bachelor’s degree in history and political science at Arkansas Tech.

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OKC’s Cross Recognized Among Achievers Under 40

Friday, May 25 at 12:00 PM
Category: Arvest News

Arvest Bank is pleased to announce Ryan Cross has been recognized by The Journal Record as a member of its 2018 Achievers Under 40 class.


Cross, a vice president and commercial banker for Arvest in Oklahoma City, and the other honorees were recognized not just in a recent print version of The Journal Record, but an event held May 10 at Embassy Suites Oklahoma City Downtown/Medical Center.

“Ryan’s knowledge and proactive approach has made him an outstanding member of our team,” Ron Witherspoon, president and CEO of Arvest in Oklahoma City, said in Cross’ profile. “He is an excellent representation of dedication to his work and to his community, and I feel confident in Ryan’s abilities and integrity.”

Cross has worked in the banking industry since graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a finance and international business degree. He’s also currently enrolled in the Oklahoma Bankers Association Intermediate Banking School and will attend the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado as a second-year student this summer.

The profile also highlighted Cross’ work as a volunteer, especially his efforts on behalf of March of Dimes. As the 2017 chairman for the Oklahoma City March for Babies, according to his profile, Cross helped surpass the sponsorship goal of $75,000 to more than $100,000 and went over the $200,000 event goal to more than $250,000.

“My twins were born 12 weeks premature in 2005, and without the March of Dimes research on surfactant and the other lifesaving care that my twins received, they would not be alive today,” Cross said in the profile. “I continue to be proud to give back to such a great organization.”

Kudos to Cross for walking the “People helping people” walk in more ways than one!

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Closed Memorial Day

Friday, May 25 at 08:00 AM
Category: Arvest News


In observance of Memorial Day, all Arvest branches will be closed on Monday, May 28, 2018.

Our Customer Service center, however, WILL be open SATURDAYSUNDAY & MONDAY, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

We will return to normal business hours on Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

For your convenience, you can bank 24/7 using:

Thank you for being a valued Arvest customer. We wish you a safe and happy Memorial Day! 

 

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