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Alicia Cribbs

Vice President, Trust Officer

B.S. (Consumer Affairs), Louisiana Tech University

Alicia has worked for Argent Trust Company and its predecessor company, National Independent Trust Company since 2005. In her role as Trust Officer, she administers trust and investment accounts. She also maintains working relationships with attorneys, CPAs, investment managers, insurance agents and bankers for the client’s best interest.

Alicia is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University and the Leadership Lincoln Program of the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce. Alicia is an active member within her church and the Ruston community. In her personal time, Alicia and her husband, Louie, enjoy watching football, supporting Louisiana Tech Athletics, and kayaking with their two boys.

Ruston

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

(318) 251-5800

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

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Trusts & Estate Planning

Trusts & Estate Planning

With 30 years of expertise serving as sole Trustee, Co-Trustee, and Directed Trustee for thousands of clients, Argent can expertly serve the multi-generational financial needs of your family.

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Special Needs Trusts

Special Needs Trusts

Argent provides SNT beneficiaries objective and appropriate investment services and administration to ensure that proper balance is achieved between eligibility for public assistance and quality of life.

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