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Reserve bank


Da lla s

July 24, 1964
To All Banks of the
Eleventh Federal Reserve District:
This is to advise th a t the Tennessee Bank and Trust
Company, Houston, Texas, located in the territory served by
the Houston Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,
became a member of the Federal Reserve System today.
The bank, which was organized in 1936, has capital of
$2,000,000, surplus $2,000,000, undivided profits $1,581,000 and
total resources $49,020,000.
Its officers and directors are as follows:
Gardiner Symonds, Chairman of the Board
Glenn M. Forgan, President
J. G. Henderson, Vice President
Robert U. Parish, Vice President
W. M. Robinson, Vice President
William C. Schmeer, Vice President
H. G. Symonds, Jr., Vice President
Robert E. Young, Comptroller
C. J. Clements, Cashier
Richard H. Gross, A ssistant Vice President and Attorney
James F. Bledsoe, A ssistant Vice President
George W. Gist, Jr., A ssistant Vice President
Weldon Martin, A ssistant Vice President
Gene E. Russell, A ssistant Vice President
J. D. Smith, A ssistant Vice President
Sidney M. Dean, A ssistant Cashier
Donald R. French, A ssistant Cashier

Albert B. Alkek
George S. Bruce, Jr.
George E. Conner
R. P. Doherty, Jr.
Sydney T. Ellis
Glenn M. Forgan
N. W. Freeman
Vernon W. Frost
Jack S. Gray

Cecil C. Johnson
Charles A. Lingo
B. John Mackin
R. E. McGee
Louis M. Pearce, Jr.
Nelson Robinson
Arnold Sussman
Gardiner Symonds
Wallace S. Wilson

Edward Randall, III

Yours very truly,
Watrous H. Irons

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