Chambers Bank promotes Curtis Spatz to chief strategy officer

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Curtis Spatz

Danville-based Chambers Bank has promoted Curtis Spatz of Prairie Grove to the newly created chief strategy officer position. With the new job, Spatz joins the bank’s executive committee as a member of senior management.

Chambers Bank announced the appointment Thursday (April 20) in a news release.

Spatz has 23 years of banking experience and has worked at Chambers Bank since 2015, most recently as a regional retail manager and senior vice president of digital banking.

“Throughout his time at Chambers Bank, Curtis has shown great initiative and strategic vision,” Chambers Bank President Mike Donnell said. “He is forward thinking and is always looking for ways to position our bank for a successful future. But more importantly, he truly cares about our customer experience and understands the mission of community banking.”

Spatz holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational management and ethics from Oklahoma Wesleyan University and recently earned his CTP (certified treasury professional) certification.

“Having spent time at a larger, regional bank, I love that we are a family-owned bank with a long history of serving the people, businesses and communities within our footprint,” Spatz said. “I am excited to take on the role of chief strategy officer to build on the success of Chambers Bank and to continue to look for opportunities to position the bank well for years to come through our customer experience, digital transformation journey, growth and efficiency initiatives.”

Chambers Bank operates 24 Arkansas branches. As of Dec. 31, the company had $1.2 billion in assets.