Perryton Credit Office
Serving: Hansford, Lipscomb, and Ochiltree Counties
Address:506 South Main Perryton, Texas 79070 Phone: 806-435-4319 Fax: 888-587-6161
8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Monday through Friday
Perryton Credit Office Staff
Stephen HolmesBranch President SHolmes@PlainsLandBank.com
Stephen grew up in Perryton, Texas. After earning a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from Oklahoma Panhandle State University, he returned home and became a loan officer for a community bank. He joined Plains Land Bank in 2016. Stephen looks forward to helping more members of the community own a piece of Texas.
Monty McLainLoan Officer MMcLain@PlainsLandBank.com
Monty is from Plainview, Texas. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Fort Hays State University, and then became an agronomist. He joined Plains Land Bank in 2019. Monty enjoys helping producers achieve their goals, and he looks forward to serving the local ag community.
About the Perryton Credit Office
Proud to serve Ochiltree County, the Plains Land Bank credit office, located in Perryton, Texas, is also available to residents in Hansford and Lipscomb Counties.
Our branch can be found in the heart of Perryton on South Main Street (US-83) just south of West Brillhart Avenue between 5th Ave. and 6th Ave. Use US-83 coming in and out of town from the north and south.
SE 9th Ave. and SE 24th Ave. connect with Main Street off of East Loop Road if you’re visiting us from the east side of Perryton.
From South Jefferson Street on the west end, you can use several connecting streets including, SW 24th Ave., SW 15th Ave. and SW 9th Ave.
The county seat of Ochiltree County, Perryton is known as the “Wheatheart of the Nation” because of its connections to the residents and the area. Perryton is also home to the Museum of the Plains, where you can learn about the heritage of the City. Award-winning author, John R. Erickson, is from Perryton and he made the character “Hank the Cowdog,” famous in a series of children’s novels. You may have also heard about Angela Arenivar, who was a finalist in the 1999 Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee. She was later nominated for an Oscar for starring as herself in the 2002 documentary, “Spellbound.”