BATESVILLE – December 19, 2012 – Angela Wilcoxon has been promoted to the position of Vice President and Director of Loan Review for The Citizens Bank, according to John Dews, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Wilcoxon, a longtime banker in the Batesville area with more than 15 years of experience in banking, will supervise both the Loan Operations Department and the Loan Review Department. She will oversee the internal review of the quality of the bank’s existing loan portfolio to provide management and the board of directors with recommendations for addressing weaknesses.
“Angela has been a tremendous asset to our bank,” Dews said. “We couldn’t be more pleased with the expertise and professionalism she has brought to our staff.”
Her supervision of the Loan Review Department helps determine compliance with bank policies, procedures and federal regulations as well as the collateral tracking of loan documents. The Loan Operations Department is responsible for the overall management, coordination, and maintenance of the activities associated with the core loan system. This responsibility includes overseeing the integrity of data that is entered and maintained in the core loan system.
Wilcoxon received her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She earned her Regulatory Compliance Manager certification through the American Bankers Association.
She and her husband, Steve Wilcoxon, attend Compass Church. She is mother to twin daughters, Hannah Lewis and Katelyn Lewis, and stepmother to Kelley Lynn Wilcoxon and Alix Anne Wilcoxon.About The Citizens Bank
Citizens Bank of Batesville was established in 1953 by a group of local businessmen who shared a vision of creating a bank that would be committed to serving the working people of Batesville and Independence County. Today, Citizens Bank is Independence County’s largest financial institution by market share, and has expanded its service area to include Lawrence, Randolph, Sharp and Stone counties with 10 fully staffed financial centers.