Dan was raised in Hamlin, TX and graduated from Hamlin High School in 1987. He attended Tarleton State University and graduated in 1991 with a bachelor’s in general business. After moving back to Haskell County, he started his career as a community banker.
He served the Haskell County community for six years and the Hamlin community for 15 years as a community banker. He then moved on to serving farmers and ranchers of Stamford and surrounding area as the relationship manager and branch manager for a farm credit association.
Dan grew up with parents who set an example of strong work ethic in their lines of work, which included ranching, real estate and crop insurance. Dan now carries on the strong work ethic modeled to him by his parents. He also has a strong appreciation for the farmers and ranchers he served in his 20 plus years of community bank work in lending. Many of those years, Dan spent financing real estate for his clients.
Dan is customer focused and has a wealth of experience and knowledge. As a longtime landowner of farming, ranching, recreational, and rental properties, Dan understands the ins and outs of land ownership. He is ready to help his clients achieve their goals and dreams with his skills and experience.
Dan and his wife of over 30 years, Kristi, have raised their three children in Hamlin. In the community, Dan serves as a deacon in his church, is the leader of the Hamlin Boys Club for over 20 years now, was a prior vice president and trustee of Hamlin Collegiate ISD. Dan’s children are Dylan (Texas A&M University ’16), Madi (Texas A&M University ’18) and Ethan (Texas A&M University ’25). Dan enjoys the outdoors, traveling, and spending time with his family.