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American National Bank of Texas hires Brandon Sears as Commercial Lender

Dallas, Texas - American National Bank of Texas is proud to announce the hiring of Brandon Sears as commercial lender at the Sachse and Wylie branches. Brandon has been with ANBTX since August of 2014. Prior to taking his current position at ANBTX, he was a vice president and a location manager at a bank in East Texas.

"The greatest element of my job is the people I am able to meet," Brandon said. "When a customer has a need, I want them to walk away as a raving fan of the service they received from me."

Brandon acquired his bachelor's degree in finance from Texas A&M at College Station. He has three years of experience in the insurance industry, primarily with commercial insurance products, as well as five years of experience as a banker. In his spare time, Brandon enjoys spending time with his family, reading, hunting and fishing.

"We are lucky to have such a focused and driven individual on our team," Market President Anita Collins said. "I am looking forward to seeing the positive impact he makes in the community."


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 online at Member FDIC.
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