RSB welcomes Jason Jones as Senior VP

October 22, 2011

Shown are new Senior Vice President and Advisory Member of the Board of Directors at Roscoe State Bank Jason Jones and John Jay, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Roscoe State Bank. Photo by Melissa Winslow

John Jay, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Roscoe State Bank, is pleased to announce the employment of Jason Jones as Senior Vice President and Advisory Member to the Board of Directors.
"We are extremely delighted that Jason has chosen to join our bank family," stated Mr. Jay. "Jason has extensive experience in all types of agricultural lending and we believe he will be a great fit for our bank. He will office at our Sweetwater Branch and looks forward to serving the farmers and ranchers of our area.”
"The Roscoe State Bank has a 105-year history of providing support and financial assistance to agricultural borrowers of Nolan County as well as our surrounding counties. We believe Jason will expand our lending presence not only here but we will seek lending opportunities in other areas as well."
A Nolan County native, Mr. Jones has been a cotton producer for many years giving him hands-on experience in this industry. This background along with his nine years of agricultural lending experience allows him to help his customers prosper in their own operations. He specializes in all types of farm and ranch lending including production and operating loans, real estate loans and equipment loans. Mr. Jones was previously employed at Lone Star Ag Credit as Vice President and Branch Manager of the Sweetwater and Abilene offices.
Additionally, he is the Vice President of the Blackwell CISD School Board, President of Nolan County Farm Bureau, President of the Nolan County Junior Livestock Association, and is on the Board of Directors of the Nolan County Coliseum.
Mr. Jones stated, “My family and I are very excited and proud to be part of Roscoe State Bank and I look forward to getting back to hometown lending. I am ready to help my customers achieve the goals that they are working towards.”

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