WEATHERFORD – Jeff Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Grandview Bank, announced that Clayton Ratterree has joined Grandview Bank’s Weatherford office as Senior Vice President of Commercial Lending.
Ratterree was previously a community banker in Lubbock and Fort Worth and was drawn to the Weatherford area because of the local feel of Grandview Bank and his love of the outdoors. He brings 14 years of experience, including training in commercial real estate and commercial loans.
“We were greeted in the Weatherford area with extraordinary hospitality and warmth,” said Williams. “As we continue to grow with our Weatherford location, we are looking for a relationship-oriented banker who enjoys a community atmosphere. We were impressed by Clayton with his small town background, having lived in Rendon, Burleson and Mansfield.
“I love the texture of small communities because they are so warm and welcoming,” Ratterree said. “Since I’m so involved in the outdoors with hunting and fishing, I can’t imagine a better place to live. My wife teaches at Juan Sequin Elementary School and our two daughters enjoy the Weatherford area.
Ratterree graduated from Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University with a degree in finance.
Grandview Bank, at 139 E. College Park in Weatherford, has served Johnson County residents and businesses for over 130 years and expanded to Weatherford in 2020.
About Grandview Bank: Founded in 1890, Grandview is the fourth oldest state chartered bank in Texas, with full-service banking offices in Grandview, Cleburne, and Weatherford, and drive-through offices in Alvarado. Grandview Bank is recognized for its corporate involvement in its communities as well as for the personal volunteering of its employees in a variety of non-profit and school activities.