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Mike Felts Named Amazing Outside Director

Citizens Bank of Kansas Board Director Mike Felts of Winfield, Kansas, has been named an Amazing Outside Director for 2023 by regional banking magazine BankBeat.

The Amazing Outside Directors Award recognizes people who invest in the success of their local community banks by contributing skills, insights, and analysis to bank governance, all while helping their institutions develop new relationships. Read the BankBeat story here: Mike Felts Amazing Outside Director.

“Mike Felts is a successful businessman in his own right, most recently owning and operating various convenience stores in Kansas. Mike continually shares his knowledge of the business community,” said Kyle Russell, President of Citizens Bank of Kansas. “In addition to his duties on the Board of Directors, Mike is an active member of our Directors Loan Committee, which reviews the highest dollar loans in the bank. He provides thoughtful comments and questions, which are extremely valuable to our lending team.”

“We are fortunate to have Mike on our Board,” said Jane Deterding, Chairman of Citizens Bank of Kansas. “He has served as a director since 1994 and is always a champion for CBK.”

Celebrating its 100-year anniversary of family ownership in 2022, Citizens Bank of Kansas takes pride in being the family-owned neighborhood bank for its customers for five generations. CBK has banking facilities throughout south central Kansas and has a strong tradition of community service.

BankBeat is a regional trade publication, which has offered in-depth articles that analyze and inform the most important trends, topics, and issues in community banking since 1894. Each year they honor a handful of community bank directors for their role in enhancing community banking. Learn more at www.bankbeat.biz.

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