|Randy C. Smith
Chairman of the Board & CEO
Randy, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Advantage Bank, along with his wife Donna, are the third generation of family ownership of Advantage Bank since its founding date in 1914. He began his banking career in 1974 at Advantage Bank (previously known as Spencer State Bank). He graduated from Del City High School in 1972 and then continued his studies at the University of Central Oklahoma, graduating with a BBA in finance in 1977. He served as President of the bank from 1991 through 2014. Randy serves on the Board of Directors of the Community Bankers Association of Oklahoma, is a member and Past President of the Board of Directors of Red Rock Behavioral Health Services, is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Rose State College Foundation, is a member and Past President of the Midwest City Rotary Club and has been very active in the Midwest City Chamber of Commerce, having recently serving for 2 years as the President of the Chamber.
|Danita Ann Rose
President & CFO, Cashier
Danita began her banking career in 1983. She holds an Associates Degree in Business, a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, a Master’s Degree in Management, and is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City class XVII. In 1997, Danita became the President of Strategic Advantage, where she traveled throughout the state as a bank consultant specializing in Management Training, Strategic Planning and Human Resources Compliance. In that capacity, she also served as a consultant for Advantage Bank from 1998 until joining the staff in 2004. She is a graduate of Leadership Midwest City and the Tinker AFB COMMSTAR program, is active with the Del City and Oklahoma City Chambers of Commerce and serves on the Midwest City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, where she is the 2017 Chamber President. She also serves as an adjunct professor with Southern Nazarene University. She currently resides in Midwest City.
Wade A. Moore
Senior Vice President
Diane has been in banking for over 25 years. Diane began working at Advantage Bank in 1983 and is a lifetime resident of Eastern Oklahoma County.
Senior Vice President, MSM
Kaela joined the Advantage Bank teller staff in 2007. She trained for the IT position in 2011 and began adding Human Resources duties shortly thereafter. Kaela has her Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership and a Master’s in Management from Southern Nazarene University. She completed Midwest City Leadership in 2015, received the Next Generation Under 30 Award in 2016, and Oklahoma City Citizens Police Academy in 2018. Kaela currently resides in the Choctaw area with her husband and two sons.
Tammy Jo Snyder
Vice President and Assistant to the Cashier, Accounting Operations Officer
Geana Heath joined Advantage Bank in 2004, after over a decade of banking experience going back to 1991 at Park State Bank and Local Federal. Her experience as a Multi-Departmental Assistant including working as a teller, in New Accounts and Bookkeeping, prepared her to be the Accounting Department Manager. She was named Accounting Operations Officer at the January 2013 board meeting and was named Assistant Vice President in 2016. Geana is a long-time resident of Harrah.
Assistant Vice President
Sarah has been employed with Advantage Bank for 14 years, working at both the Spencer and Midwest City banks. She has served as a teller and teller supervisor, personal banker, senior new accounts representative, lending assistant, and assistant branch manager and currently serves as the manager of the Midwest City branch of Advantage Bank. She is an active participant in community activities through the Midwest City, Choctaw, and Harrah Chambers of Commerce. Sarah and her family live in Harrah.
Bank Associate Operations Officer
Ashley has served as teller, teller supervisor and Executive Bank Associate. She has been training the teller staff and serving as part of the middle management group as well as providing customer service with the bank’s commercial remote deposit capture program. Ashley and her family live in Choctaw.