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American National Bank of Texas Promotes Eric Roten to Commercial Lender


Dallas, Texas – January 17, 2014 – American National Bank of Texas recently announced the promotion of Eric Roten to commercial lender at the Precinct Line location. Roten has also served as a credit analyst and senior credit analyst in his two years with ANBTX.

“I thoroughly enjoy the ability to interact with influential business men and women throughout the community,” Roten said. “I pride myself in treating all my customers with the utmost respect and doing what is right to help grow their business.”

Roten graduated from Hardin-Simmons and is working on his Master’s Degree at TCU. He is also a Keller Business Connections ambassador and has served as a board member for the Young Risk Management Association.

“Eric has established himself as a tremendous asset to our company in a short amount of time,” Precinct Line Center President Matt Browning said. “We look forward to having him around for a long time.”

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 www.anbtx.com. Member FDIC.

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