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January 28, 2012

Jon Sneed employed by Vision Bank, Ada

Ada —  

Steve Bagwell, president of Vision Bank, Ada, announces the hiring of Jon Sneed as a loan officer and assistant branch manager for the Arlington Branch. 

Sneed attended school at Stonewall and Byng before going to East Central University.  He has several years of banking experience and is a member of the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity. 

Sneed and his wife Amy have two children, Noah, 12, and Raegan, 5.  The family attends Trinity Baptist Church.

In his spare time, Jon enjoys playing with his children and playing basketball. 

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