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July 11, 2014

Ferrell joins Bank of Commerce

DUNCAN — David Ferrell has joined the Bank of Commerce  as senior vice president of lending.  

Ferrell has more than 18 years of experience in commercial and agricultural lending.

“We are thrilled to have David join our team,” said Joe D. Morris, chairman and CEO. “We have had a long working relationship with David. He is a leader in this industry; his banking expertise and commitment to customers are a perfect fit with Bank of Commerce’s philosophy of relationship banking. David will help the bank grow by expanding our commercial lending portfolio, further strengthening our ties to the business and agricultural community.”

Ferrell holds a bachelor of science in business administration and finance from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and MBA from Cameron University. He graduated with honors from the Southwest Graduate School of Banking. He has been an actively involved and has served in leadership roles with various local, state and national organizations including cattlemen’s associations, trade organizations and numerous civic groups.

“Bank of Commerce has presented me with a great opportunity to leverage its strengths – its people, products, and financials – to serve our customers,” Ferrell said. “I look forward to working with the team to further make Bank of Commerce the first institution businesses and farmers/ranchers look to in this area for all their banking needs.”

Bank of Commerce is a full-service locally owned community bank with over $185 million in assets. The bank has the financial strength to deliver a wealth of innovative products and services to a wide range of consumer and commercial banking customers.

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