Phyllis Loyd and Sandra Phillips honored as 50-Year Bankers
Austin, May 7, 2019 – The Texas Bankers Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Texas Bankers Association, honored Phyllis Loyd and Sandra Phillips of Sulphur Springs with the 50-Year Banker Award during TBA’s 135th Annual Convention on May 3 in Austin. This prestigious award honors bankers with a half century or more of service and dedication to the
banking industry. Loyd began her banking career as a bookkeeper at City National Bank in 1969; she has been with the bank her entire career. She has also worked the teller line, in the proof department and collections for car drafts and oil and gas leases. Loyd now serves as the bank’s assistant
cashier and accounts payable in the accounting department. She has served her community in a number of ways and has used her bookkeeping skills when she served as treasurer of the Mothers Culture club, the Salvation Army and the band booster club.
Phillips is an assistant vice president with City National Bank in Sulphur Springs. Phillips began her career in April 1967 in the bookkeeping department of City National Bank; she has been with the bank her entire career. She attributes her longevity in banking to enjoying the job
as well as enjoying her fellow coworkers. She says her favorite parts of working for a bank include meeting the customers, her co-workers and the banking industry in general.
Serving Texas banks since 1885, the Texas Bankers Association is the largest and oldest state bankers association in the nation.