Max Flores, Greg Carr and Brent Carlow join First National Bank of Broken Arrow


Source: FNBBA

The First National Bank of Broken Arrow has announced the addition of three key members to its staff.

Max Flores comes to Broken Arrow’s oldest bank as Vice President-Commercial Lender. A graduate of Union High School, he attended Tulsa Community College and the University of Oklahoma. He began his banking career at Arvest Bank in 2013. Before joining First National he was associated with Mabrey Bank. Flores owns and operates a small farm southeast of Broken Arrow.

A native of Blackwell and graduate of Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Greg Carr brings 30 years of banking experience to his position as Vice President-Portfolio Manager. He comes to FNB Broken Arrow from Blue Sky Bank where he served as a credit analyst. Early in his career, he was a consumer credit underwriter and small business lender at First National of Broken Arrow. He and his wife, Leslie, have two grown children and a 10-year-old granddaughter.

Brent Carlow is the bank’s Credit Administration Manager with responsibility for compliance with state and federal lending regulations. A 1998 graduate of Broken Arrow High School, he earned an associate degree from Tulsa Community College and has 20 years of banking experience. He comes to First National of Broken Arrow from Green Country Federal Credit Union where he was a vice president. He and his wife Samantha have one son, Oliver.

Board Chairman Gregory Graham said he is delighted to have Flores, Carr and Carlow on the bank’s team and is sure customers will benefit from their experience, expertise, and commitment to the highest level of personal service.




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