McGuire Retires From RCB Bank

Ted McGuire, president of Claremore-based RCB Bank, retired April 30, after heading the bank for 25 years.
“When Ted came to RCB Bank, our assets were a little over $76 million and we had one branch with about 60 employees,” said bank director Frank Robson. “Since then, Ted has led the bank in growing to more than 18 state-wide branches with an asset size of $1.2 billion. That’s no small feat for anyone.”
McGuire started his 43-year career in banking as a bookkeeper for the Farmers & Merchants Bank in Crescent, Okla., in 1965.
He attended the American Institute of Banking, OSU Intermediate School of Banking, and graduated from Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking in 1976. McGuire served as vice president and president for three other Oklahoma banks before taking the position of president of RCB Bank in 1983.
He was chairman of the Oklahoma Association of State Banks from 2000-2003; chairman for the Oklahoma Banking Association for Government Relations from 1999-2000; chairman of the Oklahoma Banking Association Senate Management Committee; member of the Oklahoma Bankers Association in the years 1985-1990, 1993-994, 1999-2000, and chairman of the Oklahoma Bankers Association in 2000-2001.

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