Chris Baker Joins RCB Bank

By Marie Browning

Chris Baker joins RCB Bank as its Vice President, Commercial and Agriculture loan officer. SVP Arkansas City Branch President Lonnie McCullough said, “We’re extremely excited to have Chris on board.” He added that Chris’ extensive knowledge in the agriculture and business communities in Cowley County will be beneficial to the Bank’s customers.

Baker has resided in Cowley County for more than two decades and he earned degrees from the Oklahoma State University and Kansas State University. He has 12 years Chris Bakerexperience in the banking industry holding top positions, including Vice President-Credit Administration and Commercial Credit Analyst. Baker has a wide range of finance experience in agriculture, commercial and industrial, transportation, oil and gas, and investment real estate. Prior to entering the banking community, Baker held the position of Extension Director for the KSU Cooperative Extension Service in Cowley County for 14 years.

Baker is excited to join RCB Bank saying, “I joined the RCB team because of their level of service and relationships with their customers.” With the Bank, he looks forward to assisting individuals, businesses, and agricultural enterprises to meet their future plans and achieve their goals.

Baker will hold his main office in RCB Bank’s branch in downtown Arkansas City where he will serve customers in Southeast Kansas and Oklahoma.

About RCB Bank
RCB Bank is a community bank founded in 1936. The Bank operates 33 branch sites in Kansas and Oklahoma serving its communities with conservative banking practices and progressive banking products. RCB Bank is an Equal Housing Lender. For additional information, visit www.RCBBank.com, or call 855-BANK-RCB.

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