First Financial Bank Names Stacey Sloan As SVP

By Marie Browning

The Board of Directors of First Financial Bank announced the promotion of Stacey Sloan to Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending. Ms. Sloan was serving the Bank as Senior Vice President, Compliance before this career advancement.

Tom O’Neil, CEO of First Financial Bank, Cleburne Region, commented that, “We are Stacey-Sloan-First-Financial-Bankextremely proud to announce the promotions of Alecia, Chris, Stacey and Brad who have demonstrated their commitment to providing first-class service to our customers and to our communities.”

Prior to joining First Financial as a consumer, commercial and mortgage lender in 2004, Ms. Sloan worked as a banking officer and credit analyst for another financial institution for twelve years. She has solid background in loans, small business lending, mortgage banking, construction loans, and underwriting.

Ms. Sloan earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie.

About First Financial Bank
First Financial Bank, N.A. is a wholly owned subsidiary of First Financial Bankshares, Inc. Headquartered in Abilene, Texas, First Financial Bankshares is a financial holding company that operates 12 banking regions with 60 locations in Texas including Acton, Boyd, Cisco, Decatur, Eastland, Fort Worth, Midlothian, and Waxahachie. It is recognized as one of the nation’s most financially secure banking institutions, with assets of $5.28 billion. The company has been in the industry for 124 years serving the financial needs of generations of families, professionals and business owners. First Financial Bankshares also operates First Financial Trust & Asset Management Company, N.A., with seven locations and First Technology Services, Inc., a technology operating company. For more information about First Financial Bankshares, please visit the website http://www.ffin.com.

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