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Federal Reserve Bank

of

Dallas

D A LLA S. T E X A S 7 5 2 2 2

Circular No. 68-223
October 18, 1968

To All Banks
in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District:
This i to advise that the Citizens State Bank of Corpus
s
Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, located in the territory served by
the San Antonio Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,
became a member of the Federal Reserve System today.
The bank, which was organized in 1928, has capital of
$700,000, surplus $1,200,000, undivided profits $246,180 and total
resources $22,663,205.
Its officers and directors are as follows:
OFFICERS
John A. Mobley, President and Chairman of the Board
John T. W right, Jr., Executive Vice President
Verlyn A. Nolen, Vice President
Roscoe M. Smith, Vice President
R. C. Rodriguez, A ssistan t Vice President
J. P. H ill, A ssistan t Vice President
B urt Burkett, A ssistan t Vice President
Philip E. Brickley, Cashier
Audrey F. Sanders, A ssistant Cashier
Edward J. Neubauer, A ssistan t Cashier
Jam es C. Roberts, A ssistan t Cashier

DIRECTORS
E. P. Adams
J. L. Bates
Marvin L. Berry
Thomas J. B illings
V irgil Crane
Fred Doehne
Leslie S. Lockett
Clem Mansheim
E rnest N. M ills
John A. Mobley

Verlyn A. Nolen
Raymond T. Pryor
R. E. Sallee
R. J. Sechrist
John J. Sloan
Roscoe M. Smith
Samuel A. Story, Jr.
H. P. Stuth
Gerald Sutherland
John T. W right, Jr.

ADVISORY DIRECTORS
Joe DeLeon

Horton T. Pruett

Yours very truly,
P. E. Coldwell
President

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