Bryan High Alum Rings NYSE Opening Bell

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NEW YORK CITY - The financial world woke up Thursday with a signal from a Bryan High graduate.

Founder and chairman of Q2, Hank Seale, rang the New York Stock Exchange's opening bell to celebrate the completion of his company's initial public offering.

Seale graduated from Bryan High School in 1980. He graduated college from Texas Tech.

Flake's father, Robert Henry Seale II, was a city councilman in Bryan for years.