l to r: Adrian Romero, Hunter Parker, and Daisy Gutierrez
Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the eighth 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 2016-2017 Student Board.
Adrian Romero, son of Teresa and Eusebio Romero, is a senior at John Tyler High School. He is captain of the math and social studies teams for the University Interscholastic League events and enjoys entrepreneurial endeavors. Adrian enjoys making an impact on those around him by assisting his fellow students with school projects and providing aid and support in their personal lives as well. He plans to attend Texas A&M University and study molecular biology. His future goals include earning his doctorate degree and working in biological research.
Hunter Parker, son of Sheila and Richard Parker, is a senior at Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Regional Catholic School. He is president of the biology club and a member of the National Honor Society, fishing team, skeet shooting team, chemistry club, and the varsity track and field team. Hunter is also a member of the Academic Rodeo team and the school ambassador program. He plans to attend Hillsdale University and study biology. Hunter’s future goals include working in biological or genetic research.
Daisy Gutierrez, daughter of Irma Gutierrez and granddaughter of Juana Gutierrez, is a senior at Grace Community School. She is a member of the National Honor Society and the softball team. Prior to joining Grace Community School, Daisy was a student athletic trainer at her previous high school. She enjoys staying busy with school and volunteer activities. Daisy plans to attend Mississippi State University and study pre-medicine. Her future goals include attending medical school and working as a surgeon.