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Established in 1900, First United has more than 70 community banks and 15 mortgage offices throughout Oklahoma and Texas. It is one of the largest, well-capitalized banking organizations in the Southwest with assets of more than $5.5 billion, and it is among the largest privately held community banking organizations in the U.S. First United provides a full range of financial services including banking, mortgage, insurance, and investment products and services, and is dedicated to helping customers Spend Life Wisely®.

Established in 1900, First United is a progressive and innovative financial services organization with more than $5.5 billion in assets. John Massey became a stockholder in 1963 and took over leadership of the bank in 1986. Greg Massey, John’s son, joined the bank in 1990 and became CEO in 2003. Together they have developed and expanded First United into the community-minded organization it is today. First United delivers services to over 250,000 customers through a network of 85 locations in 30 communities throughout Oklahoma and Texas.

First United strives to participate in and support our local communities. Each community bank has its own bank president who provides local leadership and decision making. Today, First United is one of the largest, well-capitalized banking organizations in the Southwest, and it is among the largest privately held community banking organizations in the U.S. First United provides a full range of financial services including banking, mortgage, insurance, and wealth management products and services, and is dedicated to helping customers Spend Life Wisely®. We believe that doing business with First United should be beneficial for everyone involved: customers, employees, partners, communities, and shareholders.

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