Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-sixth anniversary of Student Board of Directors, recognizing outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following members of the 2013-2014 Student Board.
Rebecca Kirchhoff is a senior at Pine Tree High School where she is a member of the National Honor Society and is a National Duke Scholar. She competes on the University Interscholastic League math-science team at Pine Tree and has individually placed at many invitational meets. Rebecca is a member of Interact, serves as an officer with the Z-Club, and is active in the sports program where she plays on both the Lady Pirate basketball and volleyball teams. She is a member of the youth group at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church. Rebecca plans to attend Texas A&M Commerce, with her long-term career goal to become a veterinarian, working with big cats at either a zoo or a rescue preserve. She is the daughter of Dr. Joseph and Sherri Kirchhoff.
Christian Adair, daughter of Trisha Herron and Michael Adair, is a senior at Spring Hill High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Leaders’ core, and the debate team. Christian is the Z-Club’s public relations officer, is senior editor of the school newspaper, Panther’s Paw, and has competed with the University Interscholastic League journalism team. She serves as the French horn section leader with the SHHS Blue Brigade Band. Christian is a Rotary Youth Leadership Award representative and a Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership representative, and serves on the Spring Hill State Bank Board of Advisors. She plans to major in biology and minor in chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University with a career goal to become an oral and maxillofacial surgeon.
Rachel Worley is a senior at Longview High School and is the daughter of Dana and Tom Worley. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the French club, and Z-Club. Rachel serves as a lieutenant on the Viewettes dance team and also participates in the sports program where she plays on the Lady Lobo varsity soccer team. She is an active community volunteer for the Thanksgiving food drive, the Hiway 80 Rescue Mission, Asbury House, Christmas at the Courthouse, and also helps at her church nursery. Rachel plans to attend Texas Christian University and major in biology. She will then attend graduate school and hopes for a career as a neurosurgeon.