New Woodforest National Bank Branch in Woodforest Development Community Now Open

By: Liz Grimm
| Published 03/08/2021

(Photo by Liz Grimm)

THE WOODLANDS, TX - Woodforest National Bank® has officially opened its newest branch located in the Woodforest Development community at 895 Fish Creek Thoroughfare in Montgomery, Texas. The branch is located inside the new Woodforest National Bank Building, and joins over 760 branches located in 17 states across the U.S.

The new building features approximately 22,000 square feet of space which includes 4,000 square feet dedicated to the bank branch, 3,488 square feet for Woodforest Charitable Foundation and tenant space of 12,000 square feet which is available for lease.

The bank branch offers a diverse array of banking services for consumer and commercial customers including full-service banking with lobby, drive-thru and ATM services. The new branch is also home to Woodforest Wealth Strategies providing insightful guidance from highly experienced financial advisors. The Woodforest Charitable Foundation is dedicated to enriching communities through partnerships with charitable organizations that focus on social and public service programs.

A community-wide grand opening ceremony is anticipated in the upcoming months.

“Our newest branch in the Woodforest Development solidifies our commitment to this longstanding and thriving community,” said Jay Dreibelbis, President and CEO, Woodforest National Bank. “This branch features innovative architecture and design to complement the attractive setting that the Woodforest Development community has established. We look forward to celebrating our grand opening with our existing customers and the community in the upcoming months, and we welcome new customers to the Woodforest family.”

Ray Sanders, Executive Vice President, Woodforest National Bank, added, “I have been a proud resident of the Woodforest Development community for nearly eight years. I am very excited we are able to bring Woodforest National Bank to my neighborhood, and that I have the honor and privilege of serving my neighbors.”

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