Arvest Bank Names Spicer as Community Lender

Wednesday, May 21 at 06:20 AM
Category: Arvest Community News

Angie Spicer's 21 years of experience in Arvest Bank lending departments will be a great benefit in her new role as Community Bank Lender in Pea Ridge, Ark.

PEA RIDGE, Ark. — Arvest Bank is pleased to announce that Angie Spicer has accepted a position as Community Bank Lender at the Pea Ridge location.

Spicer has worked for lending departments at Arvest Bank for 21 years. She started working for Arvest while in high school and has progressed from credit room to loan processing, then Loan Assistant and, most recently, to Consumer Loan Officer with the Bentonville Downtown location.

She is a 1994 graduate of Rogers High School but was a native of Iowa City, Iowa, who moved to Avoca in 1980. 

“It would be difficult to find someone else with the depth of experience with Arvest’s lending as Angie,” said Jeff Neil, Arvest Bank Community President, Pea Ridge. “She knows how to work within the Arvest Bank framework on behalf of her customers. We are excited to see what she can do here in Pea Ridge.”

Spicer and her husband, Clay Spicer, have a daughter, Brianna.

Tags: Arkansas, Arvest Benton County, Associates, Press Release
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