TexasBank announces officer promotions for Brownwood

Special to the Bulletin
Bonnie Belvin

Greg Dodds, President and CEO of TexasBank, recently announced the promotions of three key officers at its Brownwood location. 

Ramon “Ray” Garza has been promoted to Senior Vice-President Mortgage Lending. A local Howard Payne University graduate and life-long resident of Brown County, Garza has been in the banking industry for 16 years with 12 of those at TexasBank. In recent years, Garza has become the primary originator of mortgage loans in the bank’s Brown County market. He has actively been involved in the community through Kiwanis, the Brownwood Chamber of Commerce, and helping coach local youth sports.  He, his wife Amy and daughters Maddy and Bella reside in Brownwood.

Tim Espinoza has been promoted to Senior Vice-President Commercial Lending. Espinoza has been involved in the banking industry since 1999 after graduating from Texas Tech University. He returned to Brownwood in 2004, In order to be closer to his family and enjoy the quality of life that the area offers. He joined TexasBank in 2008 and has served in several capacities since that time. Espinoza has actively served in numerous community and civic organizations over the years including, but not limited to, Latchkey, Boys and Girls Club and the Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce. He is currently the Brownwood Chamber Board President. He and his wife, Melissa, have two sons (Blaize and Slayde) and a daughter (Maddox). 

Bonnie Belvin has been promoted to Vice-President.  Belvin has over 35 years banking experience. She joined the TexasBank team in 2006 and has supervised new accounts and lobby activities since that time. Belvin is a member of the local Friends of NRA, a member of Early First Baptist Church and married to Ricky Belvin. She and her husband, Ricky, are both lifetime residents of Brownwood.

“We are proud to have quality professionals like Ray, Tim and Bonnie on the TexasBank team,” Dodds stated. “These promotions are earned and well deserved. Their hard work and dedication toward serving the needs of their customers as well as the community in which they live fall directly in line with the core values of TexasBank. The tremendous amount of growth and success that TexasBank has experienced in the Brown County market over the past several years is a direct result of their leadership and can do attitude.”