Pictured on bulldozer: Front to back: Worthington National Bank, Cee Yager, Dan Mocio , Greg Morse, Jared Treesh

In front of Clearfork sign- L to R: Jared Treesh, Dan Mocio, Cee Yager, Greg Morse

Tarrant County-based Worthington National Bank recently broke ground on a 13,300-square-foot building in west Fort Worth, located at the southeast corner of Edwards Ranch and Bryant Irvin roads.

The new branch is scheduled to open in fall 2017.

“Expanding our bank means more convenience for new and existing clients on the west side of Fort Worth,” said Worthington President, Cee Yager. “Providing the best possible banking experience is our main priority, and this new location gives us the chance to cater to even more customers than before.”

Contractor for the project is Fort Worth firm Muckleroy & Falls.

Worthington National Bank has locations in Fort Worth, Colleyville and Arlington.

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