Elect The Person We Can Bank On!
MARK knows, that through working together,
WE can get things DONE for Duncanville.
Mark D. Cooks is a senior vice president and community banking district manager for Wells Fargo Bank in Dallas, Texas. He is responsible for managing business units with multiple store locations that provide retail and business products. He guides his team through strategic leadership to achieve the Wells Fargo vision - meeting all customer's financial needs and helping them realize their financial dreams.
Mr. Cooks has over three decades of financial service experience. He joined Wells Fargo in 1994 after gaining management and operations experience with Cullen Frost Bank and Nations Bank. He has won several awards for service excellence and continues to achieve service recognition for his quality customer management performance.
Mr. Cooks is an elder at Concord Church of Dallas and, with a strong commitment to his community, continues to serve on the boards of the Duncanville Board of Adjustment, Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, Gateway Charter School, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and the Community Service Board for Urban League Dallas.
Mr. Cooks previously served on the board for Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce, Dallas Southwest Medical Center hospital, City of Cedar Hill Park Board and the Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center High School Advisory Board. He has also served as Finance Chairman for the Circle Ten Boy Scouts of American and coached the Desoto Youth Basketball League.
Mr. Cooks educational background has provided him valuable knowledge to professionally and spiritually support the people in the community which he lives. Mr. Cooks attended Dallas Baptist University, the American Institute of Banking and has completed copious leadership and financial courses throughout his banking career.
Mr. Cooks and his wife Cynthia both have the experience of raising five children and have the love of five beautiful grandchildren. He enjoys traveling to scenic golf courses and the study of real estate development.