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CBK Announces Officer Promotions

The Board of Directors of Citizens Bank of Kansas is pleased to announce the following officer promotions:

Sid Graber promoted to Chief Credit Officer. A native of Pretty Prairie, Graber has been with Citizens Bank of Kansas since 1998, when CBK acquired the State Bank of Pretty Prairie. His banking expertise includes all varieties of ag lending, in addition to commercial, consumer, and real estate. Sid is a graduate of Kansas State University and has served as President of the Kansas Bankers Association-Kansas Ag Bankers Division.  Sid Graber’s community efforts include the Pretty Prairie Community Association and the Pretty Prairie Rodeo, among others. He is also involved with his church and serves on the Board of Deacons and the Worship Team. Sid and his wife Gayle live on the family farm near Pretty Prairie.

Brock Stuhlsatz named Community Bank President for the Derby market. Stuhlsatz has 15 years of banking experience, concentrating on commercial loans, residential construction, and real estate development. He is a graduate of Derby High School, Wichita State University, and the Graduate Schools of Banking-Colorado. Brock is Chairman-elect of the Derby Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Derby Noon Lions Club, and active with the Derby Historical Society. Brock and his wife Carly are busy parents of three active children: Chloe (14), Braxton (10) and Brooklyn (7).

Mary Armstrong promoted to HR Generalist. A Derby native, Armstrong has 17 years of banking experience, including six years in human resources.  She received her business degree from Emporia State University.  Mary and her husband Cade (a teacher and coach at Wichita West High School) have two daughters: Adalyn (12) and Taylor (9).

Jared Graber elected as a new loan officer with CBK, after serving as a Loan Specialist since 2020. Born and raised in Pretty Prairie, Jared graduated from Pretty Prairie High School, Hutchinson Community College, and Fort Hays State University with a degree in Ag Business. Jared lives near Pretty Prairie with his wife Hannah, where he helps with the family farm operation. Jared is the son of Sid Graber.

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