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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Colonial

President

Colonial Savings companies

Agent

Prudential

Vice Chair

RESBOG

Affiliations

Board Member
Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas

Member, Board of Governors
Mortgage Banking Assn. of America

Founder
Fort Worth Mortgage

Chairman
CU Members Mortgage

Web References (67 Total References)


Colonial Companies: About Us

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Returning from World War II, James S. DuBose founded Fort Worth Mortgage (now Colonial National Mortgage) in 1952 to provide residential home loans to the growing post-war communities of North Central Texas. A two-man shop grew steadily over the next 20 years, fueled by DuBose's enthusiasm and relentless focus on one goal: delivering the most competitive home loans with the most personal service.

In 1972, DuBose purchased Colonial Savings, a Savings & Loan located in Lewisville, Texas. He now had an expanded financial portfolio with which to operate and he took immediate action. After moving Colonial Savings to Fort Worth, he expanded the company to originate mortgages throughout the Southwest and beyond. At the same time, DuBose recognized the value of integrating the services he offered his customers. By offering banking, mortgages and insurance under one corporate roof, he gave his customers a more convenient method for handling their personal finances. The concept flourished.
In stark contrast to many financial institutions that failed during the 1980s, Colonial Savings thrived. Guided by a conservative approach and sound financial management, DuBose continued his focus on single-family home loans, personal banking and insurance services while others chased speculative opportunities. Colonial Savings emerged from the turbulent 80s stronger than ever, making James S. DuBose a legend in the financial industry.


Colonial Savings Bank: About Us

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The origins of Colonial Savings began in 1952 when James S. DuBose founded Fort Worth Mortgage to provide residential home loans to the growing post-war communities of North Central Texas. His enthusiasm fueled the company for the next 20 years in the relentless pursuit of one goal: delivering the most competitive loan products with the most personal service.

In 1972, DuBose purchased Colonial Savings, a small thrift in Lewisville, Texas. He now had an expanded financial portfolio with which to operate and immediately took action. He expanded the mortgage operation, originating loans across the Southwest and beyond. At the same time, DuBose recognized the value of integrating the services he offered his customers. By offering banking, mortgage lending and insurance under one corporate roof, he gave his customers a "department store" atmosphere for handling their personal finances. The concept flourished.


Colonial National Mortgage : About Us

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James S. DuBose founded Fort Worth Mortgage in 1952 to provide residential home loans to the growing post-war communities of North Central Texas. His enthusiasm fueled the company for the next 20 years in the relentless pursuit of one goal: delivering the most competitive loan products with the most personal service.

In 1972, DuBose purchased Colonial Savings. He now had an expanded financial portfolio with which to operate and immediately took action. He expanded the mortgage operation, originating loans in other areas of the Southwest and beyond. At the same time, DuBose recognized the value of integrating the services he offered his customers. By offering banking, mortgage lending and insurance under one corporate roof, he gave his customers a "department store" atmosphere for handling their personal finances. The concept flourished.


Colonial Savings, F.A. | Cowtown Executives Association

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James DuBose Email: jed@colonialsavings.com

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J. David Motley Elected Vice Chairman of MBA’s Residential Board of Governors

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"David has provided excellent leadership not just in his role as president of CU Members Mortgage, but to the industry at large through the MBA," says Jim DuBose, Chairman of the Board for CU Members Mortgage, a division of Colonial Savings, F.A. "His appointment as Vice Chair of RESBOG is indicative of his comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of mortgage lending and the professional respect he has earned on a national level.

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