This academic year, Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-fourth anniversary of the Student Board of Directors, a group of outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following 2011-2012 Student Board members:
CHELSEY FLOYD, daughter of Sara Floyd Lee and Shawn Floyd, is a senior at Longview High School. She is a member of the science club, the Spanish club, the National Honor Society, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Chelsey is on the Lady Lobos varsity soccer team and has been a regional finalist twice. She plans to attend Texas Tech University and major in biochemistry with hopes of becoming a pharmacist. Chelsey has served as a volunteer for the Arc of Gregg County and Martha’s Kitchen.
CECILY CRITTENDEN is a senior at Longview High School. She is a member of Z-Club and the varsity cheerleading squad where this year she serves as captain. Cecily also participates in competitive cheerleading. She plans to attend Texas A&M University and graduate with her degree in nursing. Cecily attends First United Methodist Church. Her hobbies and interests include cheerleading and tumbling. Cecily is the daughter of Kathy and Roger Crittenden.
RYAN MILLIKIN, son of Tege and Richard Millikin, is a senior at Pine Tree High School. He serves as senior class vice president, is treasurer of Light the Way, and participates on the UIL math/science team. Ryan is a member on both the basketball and track teams for the Pirates. He has attained Life Scout rank with the Boy Scouts, is a senior patrol leader, and a member of Order of the Arrow. Ryan plans to major in accounting at The University of Texas at Austin. He is active at First Presbyterian Church where he serves as softball captain, sings in the choir, and has traveled stateside and abroad on mission trips. Ryan was selected by his peers to serve as vice chairman for the Student Board of Directors this school year.
ADAM MACK will graduate from Longview High School in the spring. He is a member of the Interact club, plays varsity football for the Lobos, and runs on the varsity track team. Adam hopes to major in law or medicine and has his college choice narrowed down to three. He is an active member of Mobberly Baptist Church where he is part of the youth group, plays on the church’s youth basketball team, and has served as a volunteer coach with the fourth- and fifth-grade basketball team. Adam’s interests and hobbies include hunting, fishing, and sports. He is the son of Dr. Kelly and Patti Mack.