Vintage Bank Kansas recently welcomed two Butler County natives to their team. Jared Haury and Shona Armstrong have joined the El Dorado Team of Vintage Bank Kansas.
Haury was born and raised in El Dorado and graduated from El Dorado High School. He continued his education and basketball career at McPherson College, transferring two years later to Kansas State University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness.
“I’m thrilled to come back to the place I grew up in and I’m optimistic at the opportunity here at Vintage Bank Kansas. I chose Vintage because it’s a family-oriented community bank and they value their customers the same way I’d want to be treated. I am actively seeking to get involved in the community and look forward to seeing both old and new faces.” Haury said.
Since college he has been in the banking industry as a Loan Officer in Coffey County. He enjoyed his experiences there, but when the opportunity presented itself to come back to his hometown, he knew it was something he couldn’t turn down. Jared was hired in November as an Assistant Vice President / Loan Officer for Vintage Bank Kansas in El Dorado at 2740 W. Central Ave.
“We are excited to have Jared on the Vintage Bank Kansas El Dorado Team,” said Steve Worrell, president of Vintage Bank Kansas. It is great to see a young man like Jared return to his hometown and become a part of making El Dorado grow. Please come see Jared and let him help you with your banking needs.”
Shona Armstrong grew up in Rosalia and after graduating from Flint Hills High School, continued her education at Coffeyville Community College on a softball scholarship. She then completed her degree in Agriculture Science at Butler County Community College.
“I’m excited to start my journey here at Vintage Bank and cannot wait to see how much the bank continues to grow.”
Armstrong is the lead Customer Service Representative at the El Dorado.
“It is great to have Shona on our El Dorado Vintage Bank Kansas Team,” Worrell said. “Being a Butler County native, she is a great asset for not just Vintage Bank, but our entire community.”