We're happy to have two new Assistant Vice Presidents serving Arvest customers in Fayetteville, Ark.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arvest Bank in Fayetteville is pleased to announce that Jimmie Edie and Keith Bowles have been named Assistant Vice Presidents. Both work as branch managers in their respective locations.
Edie is Branch Manager at the Arvest Bank inside the Walmart Supercenter on North Mall Avenue. He has been with Arvest Bank for the past 10 years in several positions, including financial services representative, assistant branch manager and branch manager.
“Jimmie is a strong team member at Arvest Bank,” said Justin Luebker, Regional Instore Administrator for Arvest Bank in Fayetteville. “He is always looking for the best way he can give the great customer service for which Arvest Bank is known. ”
Edie is a graduate of Cassville (Mo.) High School and earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Mo., in 2003.
Edie has been active in the community by teaching “Dollars and Sense” to Fayetteville’s Asbell Elementary fifth-graders and has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and the United Way Stuff the Bus Campaign.
He and his wife, Robin Edie, have two children, Lydia and Ross.
Bowles is Branch Manager of the Arvest Bank on Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard in Fayetteville.
Bowles has been with Arvest Bank for five years and has worked in a variety of positions, including teller, financial services representative, assistant branch manager and branch manager.
“Keith is so diligent in providing great customer service up to the Arvest standard,” said Gaye Wilcox, Sales Manager for Arvest Bank in Fayetteville. “He gets to know his customers and uses that knowledge to help them get the most from their banking experience.”
Bowles graduated from Cross County High School in Cross County, Ark., and earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration from The University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark., in 2011.
Bowles and his wife, Erica Bowles, live in Northwest Arkansas.