Ben Cunningham started his banking career with Republic Bank in 1973, then moved to InterFirst Bank Addison in 1976 where he
worked his way up to President. He spent 18 years with Compass Bank before starting Liberty Capital Bank in 2008. He has his undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Texas at Dallas and is a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU in Dallas. He started Liberty Capital Bank just at the start of the financial crisis, successfully launching and establishing the bank.
He is most passionate about family and service. His wife, three children and six grandchildren (soon to be seven) make memories with rich time together, sharing the fun in life. They are all committed to serving others, especially those with special needs. Service never stops for Ben and extends in his professional life by providing a great place to work for his staff and continuing to earn the trust of shareholders, clients and directors each and every day.
Ultimately, his commitment to the client is utmost.
Patrick Dunne began his career in 2010 as a Bank Examiner with the state of Texas, responsible for regulating state chartered banks in the north and east Texas region. He joined Liberty Capital Bank in 2014 as a credit analyst before progressing to relationship manager. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a BS in Finance.
Patrick's passion for service extends both professionally and personally. He and his wife mentor couples in Watermark's premarital ministry. He also enjoys paddle boarding and is living proof that White Rock Lake will not kill you. Patrick cites one of his greatest accomplishments as completing five triathlons.
Ryan began his banking career at The F&M Bank & Trust Company in 2011 after a four year career in financial services. After training, Ryan worked in the Dallas Private Banking Group as Vice President and Relationship Manager responsible for helping build the Texas private banking portfolio and supporting all commercial lines of business. Ryan continued to serve his clients through the merger with Prosperity Bank in 2014 until joining the team at Liberty Capital Bank as Senior Vice President in April 2017.
A native of Tulsa, OK, Ryan graduated with a BA in Business Administration from Furman University in 2007 and from the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU in 2015. He currently serves on the Board of the Young Professionals of the Risk Management Association, and is Chair-elect of the Board of Directors of Bryan's House—a project of Open Arms, Inc. He is an active member of Providence Presbyterian Church and loves to spend his free time on the tennis court or golf course. Ryan and his wife Leigh, a Dallas native, have been married for 9 years. They have two young boys, Mason and Luke, and currently reside in North Dallas.
Sarah graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with an undergraduate degree in Business Administration. She began her banking career as a Consumer Banker with Richardson Savings in 1982. She served in additional roles as a Consumer Banker Trainer and held the position of Branch Manager before being promoted to Regional Manager overseeing 6 branches.
She joined InterFirst Bank in 1987 and completed the Credit Training Program. During her 13 years with the bank and successive banks, she held the positions of Branch Manager, Branch Management Development Program Coordinator and HR Recruiter focusing on IT recruiting.
Sarah joined Liberty Capital Bank one month after the bank was established in 2008. She is passionate about the client's needs and her unique combination of communication skills and attention to detail has served her customers well. Her love of family is first and foremost in her life with her husband of 30 years and their grown children.
Karen joined Liberty Capital Bank in March, 2012. With a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management, Karen has enjoyed 40 years in customer service. She spent 24 years in the Food and Drug Industry; was named Drug Manager of the Year and was the first female Store Director for a major national grocery chain. In addition to her managerial roles, she spent seven years as Treasurer for the Board of a small private, Episcopal School in Lewisville, Texas and she also served as Interim Director for the School.
Karen returned to the Banking Industry in 2008 and enjoys the relationships she has developed with her peers and customers. She treats her customers just as she would want to be treated.
Karen is passionate about family and faith. Married for 27 years, she and her husband have raised three boys that they are very proud of. She is an avid quilter and volunteers her skills for Quilts of Valor to honor her son serving in the Navy. Karen and her husband also volunteer for a local animal rescue; performing house visits, picking up donations, and transporting animals when needed. She spends any spare time traveling and caring for her own rescue dogs.
Alan graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2002 and started his career with Bank of Texas. He spent the first 11 years of his career there, where he completed the commercial training program and worked as a relationship manager in both the business banking group and the corporate banking group. He joined Liberty Capital Bank in 2013 when it was just 5 years old, eager for a chance to learn the entrepreneurial side of banking, and now serves as Executive Vice President.
Alan is passionate about mission work in Cuba. Through his involvement at Northwest Bible Church, he has led several trips to Cuba, most of which were to help a small network of house churches host a summer bible school for children. Alan enjoys being outdoors, and a perfect day for Alan would start with an early morning bike ride around White Rock Lake, followed by a round of golf with friends, and then spending the rest of the day with friends and family on the patio while cooking on his big green egg. Alan and his wife and their two children make their home in Lake Highlands.
Alan is committed to building long-term relationships with his clients, serving their needs well.
After growing up in Oklahoma and graduating with an MBA from Oklahoma State University Robin moved to Dallas in 1978 to start his banking career at First National Bank in Dallas. Over the next 40 years Robin has proven himself in various leadership roles at First National, MBank/Bank One (Regional Director of Business Banking), Compass Bank (National Director of Commercial Banking) and Highlands Bank (President). In all of his roles, his focus was on leading teams of bankers in multiple markets to provide a distinguished level of services to locally owned and operated, privately held businesses. In 2011 Robin joined his longtime friend, Ben Cunningham, to assist in building a great culture and high-performance environment at Liberty Capital Bank.
He and his wife Diane have lived in Dallas for the last 40 years. Beyond his banking career, Robin is proudest of his four adult children, their spouses and five grandchildren. Additionally, Robin has been involved in a variety of leadership roles at Northwest Bible Church, The Cambridge School of Dallas, Royal Oaks Country Club and The Salesmanship Club of Dallas. Robin is committed to Liberty Capital Bank's motto of Servants. He leads our team of bankers to be servants to our clients, our stockholders, our board, and each other.
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Liberty Capital Bank, located in Addison, Texas, services clients with
personal and commercial banking needs across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
We offer a fresh approach to banking, with long-term results in mind.
5055 Keller Springs Rd #120 | Liberty Plaza I | Addison, TX 75001 | (469) 375-6600
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