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Banking New leader for First Financial in Fort Worth

New leader for First Financial in Fort Worth

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First Financial Bank has a new leader in Fort Worth.

The Board of Directors of First Financial Bank, N.A., on April 12 announced the promotion of Marcus Morris to president and CEO of the Fort Worth Region.

“We are delighted to promote Marcus to such an important role in our bank,” said Ron Butler, Chief Administrative Officer of Abilene-based First Financial Bankshares Inc. “Marcus is a dedicated banker who is an excellent fit for this position because of his knowledge and experience as a Tarrant County banker.”

Morris is replacing Martin Noto who has accepted a position with a Dallas bank, according to First Financial.

.”We appreciate Martin for his service to our bank and congratulate him on his new position,” Butler said.

Morris started at First Financial in 2010 as a commercial loan analyst in Abilene. In 2012 he was promoted to commercial loan officer in Keller, Texas, specializing in commercial real estate, working capital, and equipment loans. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Abilene Christian University and a master of science degree in finance and economics from West Texas A&M University. Morris is also a graduate of the Southwest Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University.

He is active in the Tarrant County community serving as a board member for the Parks and Recreation department of the City of Keller and as a volunteer for the Keller Education Foundation. He is a member of the Keller Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Keller Class of 2016.

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