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January 10, 2011

New VP to fill new position at RCB Financial Center

CLAREMORE — RCB Bank Claremore announced that Jenalee Mitchell has been promoted to Vice President Mortgage Loan Originator and will oversee the development and growth of RCB Bank Financial Center’s mortgage lending department.

Mitchell has been with the bank since March of 2008 starting as an administrative assistant at the Pryor branch. She worked her way up to mortgage processor and has now been promoted to the mortgage originator position at the Financial Center, in Claremore. This position will be the first of its kind at the Financial Center because there has never been a mortgage officer at this particular branch.

“We are pleased to have Jenalee on our team,” said Tim Cutsinger, President, RCB Bank Claremore. “Jenalee will be an asset to the company as we forge ahead with our mortgage lending program.”

Jenalee and her husband, Jason, live in Pryor. Mitchell is active with community organizations including Volunteers for Youth, Chouteau Pound Pals, and Rotary Club of Claremore Reveille, to name a few.

“I am looking forward to my new role and to working with the talented and dedicated RCB Bank Mortgage team,” said Mitchell. “They have proven their long term commitment to lending. Together, I am confident that we will make the program a success.” 

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