On April 3rd, 2019 The First National Bank of Beeville will merge with Spirit of Texas Bank. More than a merger of convenience, our two banks carry a common heritage, and culture of community service that promises a great future as we become on team under one name, Spirit of Texas Bank.
On behalf of the Directors, Officers, and team members of both banks, we are proud to make this announcement knowing the banking our customers have come to count on will carry forward in new and innovative ways.
You will find more information about our great partnership here.
Spirit of Texas Bancshares has officially been listed on NASDAQ. For more information visit our Investor Relations page.
There is exciting news for our customers in The Woodlands area! Please click here to read about it.
Now open! - Spirit of Texas Plaza
We are proud to announce the newest addition to our facilities - the Spirit of Texas Plaza. Phase one of the multi-phase project has been completed and features a three story, 24,000 square foot building that is the new home for Spirit of Texas Bank in Conroe.
Future phases of the project include a theater, two additional office buildings and a parking garage. All of this is a collaboration between Spirit of Texas Bank, the city of Conroe and Montgomery County.
We continue to stay dedicated to the communities in which we serve. Whether sponsoring an event, donating time and services to those in need or simply supporting the home team, we strive to represent the true Spirit of Texas.
Crystal Mims obtained an SBA loan through Spirit of Texas Bank to achieve her dream of opening one of the most fun stores in Conroe, Texas.
Stephen F. Austin and Jose Antonio Navarro were two of Texas' most prominent founders and best of friends. In this video sculptor Craig Campobella discusses their relationship and the creation of the statue now located in The Woodlands, Texas in front of Spirit of Texas Bank's Lake Front Circle location.
Stephen F. Austin and Jose Antonio Navarro
The nine-foot Texas Lady Liberty is the only gold-gilded statue in the State of Texas and is the center piece of Taysha Park in front of Spirit of Texas Bank's Conroe, Texas headquarters. Inspired by the image on the San Jacinto battle flag she sits on top of a beautiful hand-carved base of travertine marble containing an eternal flame which was lit by Sam Houston IV, the great-grandson of General Sam Houston. In this video sculptor Craig Campobella discusses this magnificent creation.
Montgomery county is the birthplace of the Lone Star flag and home to the new Lone Star Monument and Historical Flag Park. The centerpiece of the park located on Interstate 45 in Conroe, Texas is The Texian, a bronze statue of a defiant Texas soldier proudly holding the Lone Star Flag. In this video, sculptor Craig Campobella discusses the statue and the symbolism built into it.
Each year Spirit of Texas Bank chooses twelve high school students with outstanding leadership potential to participate in its Lone Star Leaders leadership development program during their senior year. This fall's service project was helping the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and first responders host a Christmas party for over 700 kids. A wonderful time was had by all and plans are already being made for 2018!
The Game Preserve
Spirit of Texas Bank donated a Mazda automobile today in front of Texas Lady Liberty at its Conroe headquarters to God’s Garage, a ministry benefiting single mothers, widows, and the wives of active duty personnel.
Former pastor Chris Williams and a host of volunteers opened the auto maintenance facility six months ago in Conroe and have since given away 51 automobiles and repaired over 30 others. They expect to give away over 100 vehicles in 2018.
Dean Bass, CEO of Spirit of Texas Bank, said, “This is one small way that we can help make a real difference in peoples’ lives. It is a privilege, and we’re honored to be a part of what Chris and the rest of the guys are doing at God’s Garage.”
"The Angela Stanford Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to serve children and young adults in our community, particularly those whose families have been affected by cancer." Spirit of Texas Bank recently donated to this great cause at the 2016 Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, an LPGA tournament hosted in Irving, Texas. We wish the best of luck to Angela and her mission. Visit her website at www.angelastanfordfoundation.org.
Recently, Spirit of Texas Bank has sponsored and presented several home buying education classes in both the Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth markets. One such class we held in partnership with Business and Community Lenders of Texas. BCL of Texas had this to say about Spirit of Texas Bank:
"As a non-profit, BCL of Texas relies heavily on partnerships to be able to provide high-quality, comprehenvsive services for our customers. Spirit of Texas Bank has been a valuable partner for BCL of Texas, helping to educate our customers on mortgage lending and how to become a prepared borrower. Our responsibility to our customer is to build our network with lenders such as Spirit of Texas Bank, an organization whose actions continuously demonstrate their commitment to fair lending in the community."
Several Spirit of Texas Bank employees strapped on helmets to participate in the 2015 BP MS 150. The event, one of the largest of its kind in the nation, was organized by the National MS Society South Central Region. Beginning in Houston and ending in Austin, the event has raised over $18,000,000 in 2015!
Spirit of Texas Bank partnered with BCL of Texas once again to present a homebuyer fair in Irving, Texas. The fair is designed to help first-time homebuyers in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex become more confident, educated and prepared when making their first home purchase.
Despite the rain, Spirit of Texas Bank participated in the extraordinary turnout of the the Rise and Shine 5K Walk and Run presented by The Rise School in Houston, Texas. The event still raised over $100,000!