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Mario Alberto Reyna Joins Freedom Bank as Its Newest Board Member


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Mario A Reyna

Arturo “Art” Ortega, CEO & Chairman of the Board, is pleased to announce that Mario Alberto Reyna has joined Freedom Bank as its newest Board Member. Mr. Reyna states, “I am privileged by the opportunity to introduce myself to you. My name is Mario Alberto Reyna, and I am a Vice President of Melden & Hunt, Inc. one of the oldest and largest Civil Engineering firms located in the Rio Grande Valley. I received my education from Mission High School and obtained my Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas-San Antonio in 2009. I have been working in the engineering field for over eleven years and have led engineering projects for state government agencies, local municipalities, utility districts, and a great number of private sector developers. I enjoy the challenge of being involved in complex projects plus surrounding myself with professional talent who will make a project successful. As a member of the company’s executive management team, I oversee the day to day operations of the business and drive the firm to continue growing. I am excited to join the Freedom Bank team and look forward to the bright future ahead.”

Mr. Art Ortega adds, “To have the opportunity to add a quality individual and outstanding citizen was just too good to pass up. In the eleven years that Mr. Reyna has been working at his craft, he has distinguished himself as a leader and is thought of very highly by many local developers and business leaders as well as municipalities. He has earned the respect of those in the industry through his hard work and dedication to his profession. Freedom Bank is proud to associate itself with Mario. We look forward to his insight and contributions to the growth of the bank. Welcome Mario!”

Freedom Bank is a Member FDIC bank.

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