42 years after beginning his community banking career President and CEO Ronnie Miller continues to be an advocate for our industry. In addition to working for various community banks over his career, Ronnie has spent time representing community bankers as the Independent Bankers Association of Texas Chairman and is a member of the Bank CEO Network. Ronnie believes that community banks play a pivotal role in the growth and economic stability of our communities. In his time outside of the office, Ronnie is an active member of his local church and sits on the board of the local Economic Development Foundation.
Buddy Woolls has devoted his life to community banking, but more notably community banking in the community that raised him. Buddy was born and raised in Medina County and has spent the last 38 years serving as a community banker. If you can’t find Buddy at the bank, he can generally be found at the local football game or helping with any number of civic organizations that he’s involved with. No matter if you are looking for an Agriculture loan or real-estate loan Buddy can provide the financing that best fits the needs of you and your business.
Breanne began her banking career in her hometown and over the last 19 years has had the opportunity to serve several Medina County communities as part of the community banking family. Breanne’s role as Chief Experience Officer, challenges her to understand what customers need from their financial institution and work to deliver on those expectations each day.