Successful Women at Advantage Bank
Bringing a wealth of experience in local banking circles with her, Tammy Jo Snyder has joined the staff at Advantage Bank as Vice President and Compliance Officer. Snyder spent 18 years working at Tinker Air Force Base supporting military organizations and families, and distinguished herself at several other financial institutions before making the move to Advantage Bank.
With deep roots in Eastern Oklahoma County, graduating from Carl Albert High School and Rose State College, Snyder began her banking career at Midwest National Bank, where she was a proof operator. Later at First National Bank of Midwest City she worked her way up from the teller window to Branch Manager for TAFB Operations. During this period she was involved with the Air Force Association, Air Force Sergeants’ Association, Midwest City and Del City Chambers of Commerce, and served on a number of committees in support of military banquets, functions and organizations on base. She also helped her financial institution to win six national awards for service to the military. She later served as Operations Officer at First National Bank of Oklahoma and then as a branch manager for First Fidelity Bank.
Snyder says her heart has always been with the people at Tinker, and she was thrilled to be named honorary Base Commander once, but the best thing she ever got to do was to join a group of civic leaders on a mid-air fueling mission. “It was amazing to watch these guys, lying on their bellies working a joystick to line up with the other plane! One of my customers was part of the crew, and he let me look out eye to eye with the guys on the other plane, they were that close! I loved my time at Tinker and I miss it to this day.”
Joining Advantage Bank as it begins celebrating its 100th year brings Tammy Jo Snyder back to her favorite part of the metro area during an exciting time. The family atmosphere at this locally owned bank is very comfortable, and she looks forward to adding her own warmth and passion for service to the long history of community support at Advantage Bank.
Rebecca Harris and Cindy Dilley Earn Promotions
The oldest family-held community bank in Eastern Oklahoma County has announced the promotion of Cindy Dilley to the position of Personal Banker, and Rebecca Harris as Assistant Branch Manager of its Midwest City bank location. Dilley works at the Spencer bank location.
Cindy Dilley joined Advantage Bank’s staff in October of 2011 as a teller. She was promoted to Lending Assistant in 2012 and has been cross-training in other departments. As a Personal Banker, Dilley has the knowledge and skills to assist the Spencer bank’s customers with most of their banking needs. She currently resides with her husband in Choctaw.
Rebecca Harris joined the teller staff of Advantage Bank in March of 2008. She also trained in several other areas of the bank, until her overall knowledge of banking services and ability to serve the needs of customers in many different departments qualified her in 2011 for the position of Personal Banker at the Midwest City location. She is an alumnus of the Midwest City Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class of 2012. Harris has since taken on more responsibilities assisting in the growth and success of the bank, for which she has been named Assistant Branch Manager. She and her family are residents of Midwest City.
Advantage Bank is celebrating one hundred years of service to Eastern Oklahoma County in 2014. They have banking locations at NE 23rd and Midwest Boulevard in Spencer and just east of Post Road on SE 15th Street in Midwest City