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Wichita Falls welcomes FirstCapital Bank of Texas

Times Record News (Wichita Falls) logo Times Record News (Wichita Falls) 9/19/2019 Christopher Walker, Wichita Falls Times Record News

The Wichita Falls Gold Coats donned their 10-gallon hats and sacrificed yet another ribbon Thursday morning during a ribbon-cutting ceremony held for Wichita Falls' newest bank branch, FirstCapital Bank of Texas.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd posing for the camera: Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce, CEO, president Henry Florsheim welcomed a small crowd, Thursday morning, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony held for FirstCapital Bank of Texas' grand-opening of their Wichita Falls branch located at 2525 Kell Blvd.© CHRISTOPHER WALKER/TIMES RECORD NEWS Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce, CEO, president Henry Florsheim welcomed a small crowd, Thursday morning, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony held for FirstCapital Bank of Texas' grand-opening of their Wichita Falls branch located at 2525 Kell Blvd.

According to a press release, the Midland, Texas, headquartered bank merged with Fidelity Bank in early March of this year and officially opened the Wichita Falls branch in late-July, in the former Fidelity Bank location.

The combined bank has approximately $1.6 billion in total assets, $1.3 billion in total loans and $1.4 billion in total deposits with 17 locations across Texas, a March 2019 press release stated.

“We are excited to finalize the merger and to welcome Fidelity Bank customers, communities and team members to our FCB family,” said FCB Chairman Ken Burgess. “We believe that this merger strengthens our financial offerings and services for both our FCB and Fidelity Bank customers.”

Longtime Wichita Falls banker Tommy McCulloch Jr., the president and CEO of Fidelity Bank, welcomed the merger in the March announcement. 

“We’re proud to become a part of a bank that shares many of the same values as we do, especially their commitment to exceptional customer experience and community investment,” said McCulloch.

In the September 2019 press release, FirstCapital Bank of Texas said they are excited to celebrate its new locations in Wichita Falls Burkburnett, Byers and Henrietta.

According to the emailed statement, FirstCapital Bank of Texas opened its doors in 1998 serving the people of West Texas, Texas Panhandle, North Texas and the Hill Country area.

Each location, according to the press release will be a full-service branch with commercial, retail and residential.

This article originally appeared on Wichita Falls Times Record News: Wichita Falls welcomes FirstCapital Bank of Texas

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