Mabrey Bank expands presence, breaks ground in OKC
After serving Oklahomans for nearly 100 years, Mabrey Bank is expanding its presence to include a brand new location in Oklahoma City. The family owned and operated bank recently broke ground on a 10,250-square-foot facility located just west of the intersection of MacArthur and Memorial. It is projected to open in late 2019. Bank executives, board members, employees, and clients of Mabrey Bank were joined by the Oklahoma City Chamber; the State Banking Commissioner, Mick Thompson; and the CEO of the Oklahoma Bankers Association, Roger Beverage, to celebrate the occasion.
While Mabrey Bank has already been doing business in Oklahoma City for several years, the addition of this large full service banking facility will allow the bank to better serve the community. “Mabrey Bank has grown over the years through the same principles we value in our customers: hard work, integrity, and treating people with respect. We look forward to continuing that growth through partnering with businesses and individuals in Oklahoma City and the surrounding communities,” said Scott Mabrey, CEO.
The Oklahoma City team is led by Darren Dixon, OKC Metro President and a native of the area, and includes a team of experienced professionals including Mike Wynn, Michael Aholt, Derek Gill, and Shari Young. Darren Dixon said, “We are excited to expand our services in the Oklahoma City metro area through the construction of this new facility and look forward to growing our team to provide top-notch personalized service to our customers”.
About Mabrey Bank
Founded in 1924, Mabrey Bank is committed to providing the friendly and flexible service of a family owned bank in addition to the financial offerings and technology of a large national bank. The Mabrey family has been involved with the bank for four generations, providing steady leadership to the bank. Mabrey Bank has 15 locations throughout Oklahoma and provides financial services to more than 25,000 customers and maintains assets totaling more than $1.1 billion.