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Samuel Boldrick

Senior Vice President, Director of Fixed Income

University of the South

Sam is Director of Fixed Income for Argent Trust Company and is responsible for heading the Trust Investment Committee, managing client relationships and business development.

Sam has been in the investment business since 1983 and specializes in the management of high quality fixed income portfolios. As an adjunct to his work in fixed income, he is the founder and President of Presidio Advisors, Inc., an investment advisory company in San Antonio. In addition, he currently serves as general partner of the Presidio Short Term Tax Exempt and Presidio Short Term Bond Funds.

Sam has an undergraduate degree from the University of the South. He holds numerous securities licenses and is a General Securities Principal. Involved in a number of community organizations, Sam is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Alamo Public Telecommunications Council and the Investment Committee of the KLRN Endowment.

San Antonio

755 East Mulberry Suite 400, San Antonio, TX 78212

(210) 352-2410

Ruston

500 E Reynolds Dr., Ruston, LA 71270

(318) 251-5800

755 East Mulberry Suite 400, San Antonio, TX 78212

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