WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK BREAKS GROUND ON 29TH LOCATION IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
New branch in Woodforest development community is set to open in early 2021; the bank currently has over 750 branches in 17 states across the U.S.
THE WOODLANDS, Texas – July 31, 2020 – Woodforest National Bank® recently broke ground on its 29th branch in Montgomery County located in the Woodforest Development community at 895 Fish Creek Thoroughfare in Montgomery, Texas. The new branch will complement the bank’s 750 branches located in 17 states across the U.S.
The new branch will have approximately 22,000 square feet of bank and tenant space and will offer a diverse array of banking services for consumer and commercial customers including full-service banking with lobby, drive-thru and ATM services. It is anticipated to open in early 2021.
“We are very excited to be a part of this development, and our bank is dedicated to investing our team’s time and resources to continue the legacy the Woodforest community has built and established over the years as we celebrate our 40th anniversary,” said Jay Dreibelbis, President and CEO, Woodforest National Bank.”
To celebrate the opening of this new location, Woodforest National Bank will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony with members of its leadership team in early 2021.
About Woodforest National Bank
Celebrating 40 years of community banking service, Woodforest National Bank has successfully stood among the strongest community banks in the nation, proudly offering outstanding customer service since 1980. Woodforest currently operates over 750 branches in 17 states across the United States and is an Outstanding CRA rated institution. For more information about Woodforest National Bank, please visit www.woodforest.com.
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Pictured from left are Julie Mayrant, President of Retail of Woodforest National Bank; Kim Marling, Executive Vice President of Woodforest Charitable Foundation; Robert Marling, Chairman and CEO of Woodforest Financial Group, Inc. and President of the Woodforest Charitable Foundation; Jay Dreibelbis, President and CEO of Woodforest National Bank; Ray Sanders, Executive Vice President of Woodforest National Bank.