Edward Jones Investments

Born and raised in Southeastern Oklahoma, I am a former healthcare executive, municipal court judge and practicing attorney. My 11 years spent working in the legal and healthcare fields, including four years as CEO of McCurtain Memorial Hospital, provided me unique experiences that have shaped my life and my career as a financial advisor. Managing a multi-million dollar budget while navigating the waters of rural healthcare taught me the value of hard work, kindness and ingenuity. I learned that when you establish goals and encourage teamwork, small feats can lead to big victories.

As a financial advisor, I believe those same principles are vital. Once I understand your priorities for yourself, your family and/or your business, I use an established process to help you create realistic goals and implement personalized strategies to help accomplish those goals. By partnering together and remaining accountable to each other, we stay on track through all stages of life.

Investing can be an intimidating experience. In my practice, I focus on explaining the investment world in terms you can understand, and there are three things I want my clients to walk out of my office knowing:
1. Why I’m suggesting a specific investment/strategy
2. What you may expect from it (volatility/return)
3. How much it’s going to cost

Edward Jones Investments

26 North Broadway
Broken Bow, OK 74728 


Farmers Bank

Farmers Bank & Trust Company was chartered on September 26, 1906, in Magnolia, Arkansas. The majority of our ownership still resides in Magnolia and are descendants of the original founders. In January 2017, the fifth generation of a founding family assumed the role of President & Chief Executive Officer. In September 2021, the Bank celebrated 115 years.
Today, the Bank has assets of $2.4 billion and operates 32 locations in South Arkansas, Northeast Texas, and Southeast Oklahoma.
Please feel free to visit, call, or e-mail us today. We put our customers first and are dedicated to serving the banking needs of our community and beyond. To Us, You’re Family.
Please send us comments, questions, or suggestions by e-mail. E-mail or social media messages are not considered secure and should not be used for banking. For additional support, email support@myfarmers.bank or call 855-855-3268.
Member FDIC | Equal Housing Lender

Broken Bow Branch

409 S. Park Dr.
Broken Bow, OK 74728 


First State Bank


First State Bank was originally chartered as Bank of Valliant on December 3, 1911. Through the decades, the bank’s charter changed from Bank of Valliant to First National Bank, to Farmers State Guaranty Bank and finally to its current charter as First State Bank in 1964. Although the bank’s name has changed through the years, our philosophy is still the same – to provide quality customer service and competitive financial products to our customers.

First State Bank is committed to providing complete financial resources to families, businesses, and organizations that are located in the communities we serve. We strive to enhance the quality of life through this commitment, along with our involvement in and support of those communities.


First State Bank is working diligently for the future of the communities we serve and the bank by:
  • Serving God
  • Providing superior customer service
  • Empowering our employees for success
  • Actively participating in and supporting our community
  • Being an innovative bank with traditional values
We invite you to visit us and meet a friendly group of people willing to work hard to meet your banking needs.

129 North Lukfata Trail
Broken Bow, OK 74728 

580-494-3097 (FAX)

McCurtain County National Bank

MCNB is 100% locally owned and operated by people of McCurtain County. MCNB was established after seeing the opportunity of offering a competitive advantage to our customers.

Since our opening in 1982 in Idabel, with deposits of 1 million dollars, MCNB has grown to an institution in excess of 100 million dollars, with  banks in  Idabel, Broken Bow and Valliant. This growth is a direct result of our commitment to you.

We do not strive to simply become bigger: we strive to grow as a product of being better for you. We have set goals to provide service and value to you, our customers. We fulfill our goals by providing you with the highest level of service, which satisfies all banking needs. Achieving goals by setting a higher standard is what it is all about.

Delivering more value + better service = continued growth for your business and ours.

Check out the MCNB competitive edge. We are providing RESULTS through BETTER SERVICE, while giving you a GREATER VALUE for your dollar. We want to be your Bank.

“We are banking for the future at McCurtain County National Bank.”