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SOURCE Pioneer Bank, SSB
AUSTIN, Texas, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pioneer Bank announced today the formation of an Austin Advisory Board to be chaired by Lee Crawford. Crawford, who is Division Chief for the General Counsel Division of the City of Austin Law Department, has a background in the financial services industry. "I have known Pioneer Bank since its formation, and have always been impressed with the quality of the Bank's leadership, its focus on customer service, and its team approach to banking. I am confident Pioneer will add significant value to the Austin business community, and look forward to working with a terrific Advisory Board group to help make that happen," commented Crawford.
Pioneer Bank's Austin Advisory Board is tasked with developing and retaining customer relationships, as well as enhancing Pioneer Bank's presence in the community by supporting local non-profit organizations and charities. Jeff Wilkinson, President and CEO of Pioneer Bank said, "The Austin Advisory Board will also provide the opportunity for its members to become more informed about Pioneer Bank's business activities and community outreach initiatives, as well as informing our management team about ways to create the most beneficial impact for local business owners".
Including Crawford, the Austin Advisory Board is comprised of six members: John Barclay of The John A. Barclay Agency, Inc, Matt Levin of Equitable Commercial Realty (ECR), Tom Ball of Ball Peoples, Myles Sherman, a private investor, and Jeff Simpler, a technology entrepreneur. The board will meet on a bi-monthly basis.
About Pioneer Bank:
Pioneer Bank, SSB is a Texas state savings bank with headquarters in Dripping Springs, Texas, and branch offices in Austin, La Grange, Kerrville, San Marcos and Weimer. As of June 2, 2014, Pioneer Bank reported total assets of $318 million, total loans of $228 million, and total deposits of $288 million.
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