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American National Bank of Texas hires Justin Lisle as vice president of commercial lending

Dallas, Texas – American National Bank of Texas proudly announces the hiring of Justin Lisle as vice president of commercial lending at the 7th Street branch in Fort Worth.

"I enjoy establishing and building long-term relationships and being an integral part in helping business owners succeed, prosper and accomplish their goals," Lisle said. "My philosophy and approach to customer service is simply treating people the way that you would want to be treated."

Lisle, who received his bachelor's degree in finance and economics from Texas Tech and is also a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU, has 13 years of banking experience. He has served as a branch manager, banking officer and credit analyst during his career.

"Justin brings a wealth of banking experience to our company," said Perry Ginn, ANBTX regional president for Tarrant and Johnson counties. "We're looking forward to utilizing his expertise and experience. He will be a tremendous asset to ANBTX."

About American National Bank of Texas

American National Bank of Texas, founded in 1875 in Terrell, is one of the oldest and largest independently owned banks in the state. With assets exceeding $2 billion, the bank has 30 locations throughout North Texas serving Collin, Dallas, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Rockwall, Tarrant and Van Zandt counties. American National Bank of Texas provides personal and commercial banking services; individual & corporate trust, investment, and estate planning services through its Wealth Management Group; and personal and commercial insurance and risk management services through Sleeper Sewell Insurance Services, Inc. For five consecutive years, 2009-2014, ANBTX was ranked one of the Top 100 Places to Work by the Dallas Morning News. Visit American National Bank of Texas
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