The Commercial Bank was established in 1894, becoming The Commercial National Bank in 1907. Only six presidents have ever served the bank: G. Rollie White, Otto Frederick, Fred Wulff, Jr., John W. Jones (all deceased), Robert M. Barnhill and W. Clay Jones. The Commercial National Bank of Brady has had a long history of being a financially strong, conservative and independent bank. The bank strives to provide the best quality of service and products to our customers.
The Commercial National Bank of Brady is located in central Texas 180 miles south of Dallas, 140 miles northwest of Austin and 140 miles north of San Antonio; Brady is considered to be the “Heart of Texas.” Brady is a hub of small, yet diversified, economy which includes farming, ranching, hunting, mining, manufacturing, retail trade and tourism.
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