Our People

At Worthington National Bank, we are proud of our experienced, customer-focused team. We operate under the strong belief that if we treat our employees right, they'll treat our customers right. You can reach any representative via their direct phone number listed below, or click on their name to learn more and find their email address.

Greg Morse

Greg Morse

CEO

Greg Morse brings ove 38 years of banking experience, all in Tarrant County, to his role as CEO and founding member of Worthington National Bank. Additionally, he is actively involved in the community and serves on the board of directors for several area nonprofits, including the Navy Seals Foundation Board, Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show, Tarrant County Blue (an organization dedicated to helping the families of fallen police officers), the Arlington Police Foundation, Texas Southwestern Cattle Raisers' Foundation Board and Amon Carter Museum Ambassadors Council. Board. Greg completed Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University (SMU), holds an MBA from Texas Christian University and a BBA from SMU. Additionally, he has taught MBA and senior- level finance classes as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received the Excellence in Teaching Award from UTA. Greg has also been honored as a 40 Under 40 award recipient. His personal philosophy is, "Work harder than you are paid to work." Greg's appreciation for fine art, especially Texas artwork, is visible at each bank location. A native of San Angelo, Greg lives in Fort Worth and is the proud father of two children. Their family attends Doxology Memorial Bible Church and Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Along with his son, Hud, Greg has completed nine years of Bible Study Fellowship.

Cee Yager

Cee Yager

Overall Bank President

Cee Yager is a life-long banker and Fort Worth native that currently serves as the President of Worthington National Bank. Throughout his career he has enjoyed helping businesses by providing sound advice and good banking solutions. Additionally, he has helped the local Fort Worth community by serving in many leadership roles in non-profits. Since graduating from UT in '84 and TCU in '86, Cee has worked in the banking industry. Most of his 35 years of experience took place in Fort Worth except for a four year time span in the Boston area. His personal philosophy is simple: "To be consistently responsible, dependable, knowledgeable and focused." An avid golfer and a big fan of Longhorn sports, Cee currently serves on the Board of The Fort Worth Club and Chairman of the Athletic Committee. Cee lives in Fort Worth with his wife, Lisa, and has two grown children. JaneAnne graduated from UT and currently works for an advertising firm in Birmingham, Alabama, Charlie graduated from Texas State. He works for Delta Foremost Chemical Corp in outside sales.

Dan Mocio

Dan Mocio

Chief Lending Officer/Executive Vice President

Dan Mocio brings over 37 years of banking experience to his role as Chief Lending Officer and Executive Vice President at Worthington National Bank. He received his BBA from Texas Wesleyan and enjoys serving actively in several community organizations, including the First Tee of Fort Worth and St. Andrew's Church and School. Dan's personal motto is to "Treat people with respect and always be honest." A Fort Worth native, Dan still calls Fort Worth home, where he lives with his wife Shelly. He has two grown daughters, Courtney and Chelsea, who live and work in Dallas. When he's not working, volunteering or spending time with his family, you're likely to find Dan on the golf course.

Veronica Watkins

Veronica Watkins

Chief Financial Officer

Veronica Watkins oversees the accounting, finance, human resources, compliance, information technology and deposit operations. Watkins brings 30 years of experience working in various roles in accounting, finance, and bank operations. Veronica is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University with a BBA in Accounting and is a certified public accountant. She is an advocate for the community bank industry. She currently serves as a member of the Government Relations Council of the Texas Bankers Association. She served on the Tarrant County Bankers Association Board of Directors for seven years and was President of the association in 2015. She is a member of the Texas Society of CPAS, Fort Worth Chapter of CPAs, and the Financial Managers Society. She has lived in Fort Worth for 16 years and considers it home.