Arvest Bank's December 2012 purchase of 29 branches of Bank of America branches in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and four in Oklahoma will be finalized next month.
In a news release from Arvest, all acquired branches will close on Friday, March 22nd and reopen on Monday, March 25th as Arvest branches.
The four branches in Oklahoma are in Muskogee and Tahlequah.
The rest includes 15 branches in Missouri, nine in Arkansas and one in Kansas. Arvest says the four branches in Muskogee and Tahlequah will remain open, making a total of two Arvest branches in each of those communities.
"As we work to finalize the acquisition of these Muskogee and Tahlequah locations, Arvest's focus remains on our commitment to meeting the financial service needs of both individual customers and companies in our community, said Kirk Hays, executive vice president for Arvest Bank in Tulsa.
"We are excited to begin working with these customers and assure them that we will make their move to Arvest a smooth transition."
In the release, Arvest considers the addition of these branches and customer accounts within its existing footprint in the Tulsa area a strong indicator of their commitment to community banking.