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Comerica Inc. announced today that Steven Colwick has been named the Fort Worth Market President. Colwick also will serve as the Middle Market and Business Banking Group Manager for the market. He replaces Cody Kiser, who has transitioned into managing one of Comerica’s largest Middle Market groups in Texas, the Dallas Central region.

As Market President, Colwick will oversee business and community development efforts across the Retail, Business Banking, Middle Market and Wealth Management lines of business in Fort Worth, reporting to Texas Market President Brian Foley.

“Steven’s proven track record for Comerica and roots in Fort Worth makes him the ideal choice to lead this market,” said Foley. “I’m confident Steven will continue to be successful in this new endeavor.”

Colwick, who began his career at Comerica close to 20 years ago as a credit analyst, has spent most of his career in the Middle Market sector. Most recently, Colwick supported the Middle Market efforts in Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio as a relationship manager.

A board member for the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth, Colwick, is actively involved in the community, also volunteering with Junior Achievement of Chisholm Trail, March of Dimes and the United Way of Tarrant County.

Colwick earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Texas State University and an MBA from Texas Tech University. He also completed the SMU Graduate School of Banking program in 2007.

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