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Woodforest National Bank Opens Its First H-E-B Retail Branch

By: Liz Grimm
| Published 11/15/2022

Officiating the ribbon cutting ceremony are Woodforest’s Brett Simms, Assistant VP & Branch Manager (holding scissors) and Julie Mayrant, President & Chief Retail Officer (4th from right, front row), with H-E-B store manager John Beardsley (far left) and Sandy Barton, President of the Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce (far right).
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THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Woodforest National Bank® (Woodforest) headquartered in Montgomery County, Texas, and H-E-B, one of the nation’s largest independently-owned food retailers, are working together to make retail banking products and services more accessible for consumers in Magnolia, Texas.

Woodforest is excited to team up with H-E-B on its newest branch in Magnolia, TX – one of over 760 branches in 17 states across the U.S.


Woodforest has opened its first H-E-B in-store retail branch at 13663 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354, which marks the fourth branch for Woodforest in the city. The new 500-square-foot in-store branch offers full-service banking with lobby and ATM services for H-E-B shoppers and area consumers.

The new branch complements over 760 Woodforest branches across 17 states in the U.S.

Julie Mayrant, President and Chief Retail Officer, Woodforest National Bank, said, “Our retail bankers are excited to work alongside H-E-B staff at this new in-store branch because we share the same commitment to providing exceptional customer service. By having a larger presence in the growing Magnolia area, we also help support local jobs and provide convenient access to retail banking services.”

During a recent grand opening celebration with ribbon cutting by the Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce and H-E-B, Woodforest also presented a $10,000 donation from Woodforest Charitable Foundation to the Society of Samaritans, a charitable organization that provides family services and a food pantry to assist those in need in the Magnolia area.

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