Arvest Bank announced Thursday (Oct. 8) that Amber Partee has joined the bank’s Springdale market as a consumer lender at the Emma Avenue branch. In addition, Greg Stanfill was promoted to community bank director for Arvest Benton County.
Partee has eight years’ experience with Integrity First Bank, where she most recently worked as a personal banker.
“Amber brings wonderful experience and a great foundational skill set to our Arvest team,” said Christy Queary, consumer loan manager for Arvest Bank in Springdale. “We know she brings a great energy and enthusiasm to help people manage their personal financial standing to reach their ultimate goals. ”
Partee has a bachelor’s degree from Arkansas State University. She is also on the Make-A-Wish Mid-South Wish Council.
Greg Stanfill has also accepted the position of community banks director in Benton County for Arvest Bank. He will also continue in his active position as the community executive for Rogers and Lowell.
He joined Arvest in 1992 as a branch manager in Lowell and has been promoted several times.
“I don’t think we could have found anyone more qualified for this position than Greg Stanfill,” said Craig Rivaldo, president and CEO for Arvest Bank in Benton County. “He knows Northwest Arkansas and Arvest, as well as best practices for Arvest associates to help their customers reach their financial goals.”
Stanfill has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas and is also a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He is a member of the board of directors for the Area Agency on Aging and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes NWA. He also serves as the president of the Lowell Recreation Association.