Odessa-based SouthWest Bank recently announced the promotions of key employees in various roles and new appointments to the board of directors.
Paul Weaver, a 20 year veteran with SouthWest Bank, has accepted the position of Odessa area president. He is currently the chief lending officer at SouthWest Bank and will continue in this role as well.
Chris Cole has been appointed to SouthWest Bank’s board of directors as a full board member. He is currently SouthWest Bank’s chief operations officer and has been employed with the bank for eight years.
Amy Martin, SouthWest Bank’s senior vice president/credit administrator, has accepted an advisory board member position. Martin, a SouthWest Bank employee for 20 years, will bring new perspective and valuable expertise to the board.
Corina Castillo, currently serving as SouthWest Bank’s senior vice president/human resources director, has accepted an advisory board member position. She has been employed with SouthWest Bank for eight years and will bring a unique viewpoint as the bank’s head of human resources to provide guidance and advice to the board.
Cammie Foreman has been promoted to assistant vice president/commercial lender. She has been employed with SouthWest Bank for nine years and previously served as a senior credit analyst.
Jacqueline Saucedo has been promoted to SBA loan officer. She has been employed with SouthWest Bank for five years and was previously an SBA loan processor.
“We continuously look at opportunities to promote from within the SouthWest Bank family and are fortunate to have built our staff with high-quality people,” says Dewey Bryant, CEO. “We have placed an emphasis on recognizing individuals for their leadership and contributions and we want them to know they are valued. I am confident each of these individuals will make a positive impact in their new roles that will position us well for years to come.”
Established in 1999, SouthWest Bank serves the Odessa, Midland and Lubbock communities with six branches.