Se­cu­rity Bank is ded­i­cated to cus­tomers

The Sentinel-Record - - BUSINESS -

For more than two decades, Se­cu­rity Bank is the long­est serv­ing mort­gage com­pany in Hot Springs. Lo­cated in the same lo­ca­tion since it opened, Se­cu­rity Bank is “proud of its his­tory and her­itage.”

At the end of World War II, Se­cu­rity Bank opened its doors on April 1, 1946, in Stephens by be­ing the only bank in U.S. his­tory to start from a $5,000 GI loan. With four gen­er­a­tions of lead­er­ship, Se­cu­rity Bank car­ries on this pi­o­neer spirit and tra­di­tion.

Buck Smith, pres­i­dent of Se­cu­rity Bank, states in the press re­lease, “My great-grand­fa­ther, grand­fa­ther and father were and are the cor­ner­stones of build­ing Se­cu­rity Bank.

“We are for­tu­nate to re­main one of the few smaller fam­ily owned and op­er­ated banks in the coun­try. We are proud to be able to con­tinue this com­mit­ment to our cus­tomers and the hard-work­ing peo­ple of Arkansas.”

With the many changes in fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions, “Se­cu­rity Bank is ded­i­cated to con­tinue its long­stand­ing pres­ence in Hot Springs and to meet and ex­ceed cus­tomer ex­pec­ta­tions with its per­son­al­ized ser­vice.”

“We look for­ward to help­ing our cus­tomers re­al­ize their dreams,” Mar­ilee More­land, loan pro­duc­tion of­fice man­ager, said. “Our loan pro­grams are catered to our cus­tomer’s in­di­vid­ual fi­nan­cial needs and our goal is to build long-last­ing cus­tomer re­la­tion­ships. We ex­plain each loan pro­gram and help them de­cide which one works best for them. We love mak­ing our cus­tomers feel like ‘fam­ily’ through­out this process.”

The friendly and help­ful staff is ded­i­cated to their cus­tomers. Jackie Graves, loan as­sis­tant and sec­re­tary; Va­lerie Bras­field, loan pro­ces­sor/orig­i­na­tor; Elidia James, bi-lin­gual (Span­ish) loan pro­ces­sor/orig­i­na­tor; and May­londa Chadick, loan as­sis­tant, con­trib­ute many years of bank­ing and fi­nan­cial ser­vice ex­pe­ri­ence to our com­pany.

Se­cu­rity Bank is also in­volved with the Hot Springs Board of Re­al­tors. They ea­gerly par­tic­i­pate each year in the “Cans for Kids” Chili Cookoff ben­e­fit, as well as func­tions for United Way, First Step, Mid-Amer­ica Sci­ence Mu­seum, Hot Springs Sun­rise RoHome

tary, Cham­ber of Com­merce Am­bas­sador Club and other char­i­ties. They sup­port area schools and par­tic­i­pate in events to pro­mote Hot Springs and the com­mu­nity. Se­cu­rity Bank is a mem­ber of the Hot Springs and Hot Springs Vil­lage Cham­ber of Com­merce.

Se­cu­rity Bank of­fers sev­eral types of loan pro­grams such as FHA/VA, ru­ral de­vel­op­ment, con­ven­tional, con­struc­tion, con­sumer, and in-house prod­ucts with very com­pet­i­tive rates. “With mort­gage rates so low, now is the time to con­tact Se­cu­rity Bank to fi­nance your home pur­chase or re­fi­nance your cur­rent home. The ex­pe­ri­enced loan ex­perts at Se­cu­rity Bank will find the right loan pro­gram for you and would love to make your dreams come true!”

For more in­for­ma­tion on how you can be our next sat­is­fied cus­tomer, call us at 501624-7685 or visit our web­site at http://www.secbnk.com. You can also find and friend us on Face­book.

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HELP­FUL STAFF: The friendly and help­ful staff of Se­cu­rity Bank is ded­i­cated to their cus­tomers. From front left are Jackie Graves, Elidia James, Mar­ilee More­land; back, Va­lerie Bras­field, May­londa Chadick and Buck Smith.

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