Tammy Engle is the new Siloam Springs market president for Arvest Bank. The company made the announcement Monday (Jan. 7).
Engle has worked for Arvest for 23 years, most recently as loan manager in Siloam Springs. She replaces Roger Holroyd, who recently was named president and CEO for Arvest in Fort Smith and the River Valley.
“I am honored to have been chosen to lead Arvest Bank in Siloam Springs and excited about the opportunities we have in front of us,” Engle said in a statement. “Roger has helped a build a great foundation, and now we want to make it even stronger.
Arvest maintains its charter in Fayetteville, but operates its approximately 270 bank branches in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas through a group of 14 locally managed banks, each with its own board and management team.
“Having started at Arvest more than 20 years ago as a part-time teller and having had the pleasure of serving in several other roles since then, I am well-acquainted not just with the bank, but Siloam Springs and the surrounding area,” Engle said. “I look forward to combining my experience with Arvest’s core values and commitment to community to serve the needs of all of those who call Siloam Springs home.”
Engle earned a bachelor’s degree at John Brown University and also is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado.
Engle has served as a board member for Main Street Siloam Springs for six years, including as president in 2018. She also serves as a board member for the national Sheep Dog Impact Assistance office, and has been an active volunteer for Siloam Springs Schools and the United Way.