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Paycheck Protection Program Local Lenders

Dear Members and Partners:


As part of the CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program authorizes forgivable loans from Small Business Administration (SBA) lenders to small businesses to keep their employees on the payroll and to help pay for other costs associated with keeping the business operating, such utilities, during the COVID-19 crisis. Currently, only small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply for this program. The other good news is Congress also included independent contractors and self-employed individuals, who may also begin applying starting Friday, April 10.


You must apply through an existing SBA lender or through any federally insured depository institution, credit union, or Farm Credit System institution that is participating.


We're blessed in that Abilene's financial landscape is populated by strong, local institutions that qualify as SBA lenders. They are institutions we know and trust and are members of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce.


Please use the list below as a starting point:


Abilene Banking Center – Coleman County State Bank

Adam Lancaster

(325) 692-8660

alancaster@colemanbank.com


AimBank

Gary Galbraith

(325) 733-9100


BBVA Compass Bank

Raffaella Ingle

(325) 676-3800


Citizens Bank, N.A.

Lawrence Bertsch

(325) 695-3000


First Bank Texas

Dani Ramsay

(325) 695-1885


First Financial Bank

Casjen Rico

(325) 627-7000


First National Bank Albany/Breckenridge - Abilene Office

Scotty Lindley

(325) 201-9161


First State Bank

Jim Fitzhugh

(325) 677-3000


Happy State Bank

Ken Bowles, Scott Jones and Annette Anders

(325) 698-2265


Haskell National Bank

Robert Howard

(325) 692-3300


Prosperity Bank

Ed Greenlee and Mark Odle

(325) 794-1100


Security State Bank – Buffalo Gap

Raul Zermeno

(325) 572-3316


Texas Heritage Bank

David Estes (325) 370-6930

david@texasheritagebank.com


Texas National Bank

Mike Fernandez

(325) 235-4997


Western Bank

Jared Bailey

(325) 695-9297


As always, we remain committed to sharing any and all information we can to make these troubled times easier for all our business members, large and small.


Stay safe and stay vigilant!


See someone that needs to be added to the list? Email us here.

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