Gardisser Promoted in Gravette, Ark.

Thursday, April 20 at 05:40 AM
Category: Arvest Community News

Former personal banker now serves as dual purpose lender in Northwest Arkansas.

GRAVETTE, Ark. – Arvest Bank is pleased to announce that Marisha Gardisser has been promoted and began work as a dual purpose lender on April 1.

Gardisser has five years of banking experience, including three years in lending, and most recently worked as a personal banker at Arvest. In her new roles, Gardisser is responsible for providing mortgage and consumer lending services and products to a variety of customers, including individuals, small businesses and sole proprietors, among other duties.

“We are excited that Marisha will be originating secondary market loans here at Arvest Gravette,” community bank president Jim Singleton said. “She has a warm personal touch with our customers, and they will find her to be a true professional. She will work hard to make home ownership a reality for prospective buyers, as well as helping people with their refinancing needs.”

Gardisser earned an associate’s degree in social science at Barstow (Calif.) Community College, as well as the American Bankers Association Personal Banker Certificate. She is a board member for the Benton County 4-H Club Foundation, a main leader for the Highfill 4-H Club, and a Gentry Intermediate School Parent Advisory Committee member. Gardisser and her husband, Matt, have two sons.

Tags: Arkansas, Arvest Benton County, Associates, Press Release
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