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IBC Bank - Houston Celebrates Long-Serving Employees with Anniversary Pin Presentation

Friday, January 17, 2020

(JAN. 13, 2020) HOUSTON - IBC Bank-Houston recently held their annual bonus presentation, where they recognized 11 employees for their "Do More" attitude and long-time service to IBC Bank and its customers for more than 20 years. The employees were presented with anniversary pins, a long-standing tradition in which IBC Bank employees are recognized and celebrated for their outstanding service.


"We are proud of our employees, and are thrilled to recognize them," said Jay Rogers, IBC Bank-Houston Chairman & CEO. "Every day they show their dedication to our customers and our community, and we're proud to have them as part of IBC Bank."


IBC Bank employees look forward to the yearly pin presentations and all the festivities that follow. Employees receive pins at every five-year milestone, beginning at 5 years of employment. Each milestone pin is unique, and in particular the 25-year pin includes a ruby and two diamonds inlaid into the logo. This year, Delores Hansen was presented with a 25-year pin from IBC Bank. Angela Adams received her 20-year pin. Fatime Dholakia and Laura Montalvo received their 15-year pins. Jennifer Hoff and Peter Leong received their 10-year pins, and Elva Flores, Zenia Reyes, Yesenia Garcia, William Turner, and Rosemary Molina received their 5-year pins.


In addition to their work with the bank, these honorees are each deeply involved in their communities, and volunteer their time with numerous organizations within the area including Covenant House, Aga Khan Foundation, Child Advocates, Latin Women Initiative and the Galveston Bay Foundation, among others.


Delores Hansen joined IBC Bank as a loan officer at the branch in Bay City, Texas. She currently serves as senior vice president and Houston market credit manager for IBC Bank, and as treasurer for the Covenant House Gala. Hansen received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University in marketing.


Angela Adams joined IBC Bank's operations department as a proof operator, and currently serves as a credit and litigation clerk. She spends her spare time volunteering with MD Anderson. Adams received a degree in accounting from Emily Griffin Technical College.


Fatime Dholakia joined the bank as a teller at the Alief branch, and currently serves as an assistant teller supervisor. In her spare time, she volunteers with the Aga Khan Foundations. She received her master's degree in international relations from the University of Karachi.


Laura Montalvo joined IBC Bank as a universal teller, and currently works as an administrative assistant. She received her medical assistant certificate from Bradford Business School.


Jennifer Hoff joined the bank as a vice president, and currently serves as a senior vice president. In her spare time, she volunteers with Child Advocates, Magic Circle, 5050 Woodway Homeowner Association Board, Cornell Club & New Student Orientation and MUD District Board. Hoff earned her Bachelor of Science in economics and real estate from Cornell University.


Peter Leong joined IBC Bank as a sales associate and currently serves as a commercial lender. He graduated from Texas State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance.


Elva Flores currently serves as a vice president of the international department, and joined the bank in that position. She volunteers her time with the Latin Women Initiative, Mexican Entrepreneur Association and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She earned her Bachelor of Science in banking and finance from the University of Colorado.


Yesenia Garcia currently serves as a sales manager, and joined IBC Bank in that position.


Rosemary Molina joined IBC Bank as a branch manager, and currently serves as a head teller and bank officer. In her spare time, she supports the Greater Women's Chamber of Commerce's STEAM program. She attended MacCormac College.


Zenia Reyes joined IBC Bank as a teller, and currently serves as a senior loan review analyst. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the University of Houston.


William Turner joined the bank as a level I credit analyst and is currently a senior loan review analyst. He volunteers his time with Covenant House and the Galveston Bay Foundation. He received his Bachelors in Business Administration in banking and economics from Texas Tech.


About IBC Bank-Houston

IBC Bank-Houston is a member of International Bancshares Corporation (NASDAQ: IBOC), a $12 billion multi-bank financial holding company headquartered in Laredo, Texas, with 189 facilities and 285 ATMs serving 89 communities in Texas and Oklahoma. International Bancshares Corporation was ranked 22nd on Forbes' prestigious list of 100 Best Banks in America in 2019. IBC Bank-Houston has been serving the area since 1997 and has a retail branch network of 14 locations. MEMBER FDIC / INTERNATIONAL BANCSHARES CORPORATION. Follow our Facebook page, @IBCBankWeDoMore. More information is available at ibc.com.