The history of Texas Heritage National Bank
Our bank was chartered in 1889 as The Bank of Daingerfield. In 1892, the bank converted to a National charter and the name became The National Bank of Daingerfield.
The bank was operated continuously since its inception, weathering both the Great Depression and the banking crisis of the 1980s.We are headquartered in Daingerfield, Texas which is the 4th oldest town in Texas and located in the beautiful piney woods of Northeast Texas.
- Addition of the motor bank in Daingerfield.
- Addition of the branch in Omaha.
- Addition of the loan production office in Ore City followed by a full service branch in 2003.
- Addition of the loan production office in Sulphur Springs followed by a full service branch to open in January 2009.
- Addition of the branch in Sulphur Springs.
|John A. Bryan, Sr.||Chairman of the Board|
|Brenda Howard||Senior Vice President||Daingerfield|
|Malisa Harrell||Assistant Vice President||Daingerfield|
|Kelly Patterson||Assistant Vice President||Sulphur Springs|
|Mary Camp||Assistant Cashier||Daingerfield|
|Mary Jean Smith||Assistant Cashier||Daingerfield|
|Doug Pittman||Vice President||Sulphur Springs|
|Chris Gibbins||Vice President/Branch Manager||Sulphur Springs|
|Kelly Martin||Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager||Omaha|
|Lisa Hobbs||Assistant Vice President/Branch Manager||Ore City|
|Walter C. Bass||Owner & Operator||Morris Theatre and Cinetex, Inc.|
|Danny Bockmon||Owner||Bockmon Insurance Agencies|
|Janet R. Bryan||Owner||Naples Gift Shop|
|John A. Bryan, Sr., Chairman of the Board||Owner||Bryan Farms & Investor|
|Sidney A. Greer, Jr.||Owner & Operator||Greer Farms|
|Gary P. Willeford||Real Estate Investor|
|Kenneth M. “Mike” Truitt||Retired Owner||Eagle Electric Company|
|Dwyatt Bell||President||Texas Heritage National Bank|