Mineral Wells Index, Mineral Wells, TX


April 8, 2012

Cowley joins The Bank of Weatherford as VP of marketing, biz development

WEATHERFORD – One of the area’s most recognizable voices belongs to The Bank of Weatherford’s newest vice president.

Dave Cowley has been elected vice president of Marketing and Business Development for The Bank, according to President and CEO Mark Riebe.

 “We are very excited to have Dave join our company,” said Riebe. “I have personally known Dave for many years, and he is an outstanding individual and community leader with many years experience in public relations/marketing and business development. He will be a great asset to The Bank.”

Cowley comes to The Bank from just across town where he served for five years as vice president of Marketing/Business Development at First Financial Bank. He served in that same capacity for five years at TexasBank from 2001 to 2006.

Cowley said he hopes to remain in his early morning role as the co-host of “The Morning Ride” on local radio station 88.5-QXFM.

“I’m absolutely thrilled to join the team at The Bank of Weatherford,” said Cowley. “Thanks to the generosity of both Mark Riebe and the Beard family (owners of QXFM) I hope to continue my stint on the 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. morning radio show for many years to come.”

Cowley is in his third term as a member of the WISD Board of Trustees. He also serves as a founding member of the WISD Education Foundation Board of Directors, Texas Scholars, the Weatherford Chamber Ambassadors program and as a volunteer with the Parker County Senior Center.

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