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American National Bank of Texas Welcomes David Jordan as a Mortgage Lender in McKinney and Plano

Dallas, Texas – October 24, 2013 - American National Bank of Texas announced the hire of David Jordan to the Mortgage Lender position this Friday. David has been serving customers as a Mortgage Lender and Homebuilder for more than 11 years.

“I work hard to earn my clients’ trust so I can help them make the best decisions, and ANBTX helps me do that” said David. “Having been in the homebuilding business and the mortgage industry, I have unique insight into all aspects of buying or building a home.”

David has worked with hundreds of families over the past decade, diligently placing them in the homes of their dreams. He has also successfully served the legal, government, education and non-profit sectors.

“We’re looking forward to benefitting from David’s experience,” said Kim Clark, ANBTX Mortgage Lending Specialist. “There’s no doubt he’ll be a huge asset to our team moving forward.”

David’s past affiliations include the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Committee.

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 as well as insurance solutions through Sleeper Sewell Insurance Services Inc., and trust, investment and estate planning services through the Wealth Management Group. For four consecutive years, 2009-2012, ANBTX was ranked one of the Top 100 Places to Work by the Dallas Morning News. Visit American National Bank of Texas online at Member FDIC.

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