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May 15, 2013

Steve Randels named president of Landmark Bank of Ada

Ada —

Steve Randels has been named president of the Landmark Bank of Ada.

The announcement was made last week by Shon Aguero, regional president for Landmark Bank. “We’re fortunate to have Steve join the bank. His breadth of experience and understanding of community banking will be an asset to the bank and the Ada community,” Aguero said.

Randels, a graduate of Wichita State and Washburn Universities, has been in banking for 27 years. During this time he has built an extensive background in commercial lending, and as a chief credit officer, Aguero said.

He is also experienced in the agriculture, geology and the oil and gas industries. For the majority of his business career, Randels has been an active member of the communities he served, as both a member and officer of several community-oriented organizations. 

“I’m excited to join Landmark Bank and become part of the Ada community,” Randels said. “This is really a great fit for me, personally and professionally, as I am just as passionate about relationship banking as Landmark is,” he continued. 

Landmark Bank is a community bank with $1.8 billion in assets and 40 locations in 27 communities across Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. For more information, visit www.landmarkbank.com or call (800) 618-5503.

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