Ricky Kidd has been named president of the National Bank of Andrews, as announced in August by CEO Russell Shannon. Kidd has more than 37 years of banking and commercial lending experience in Andrews and the surrounding region. He joined the National Bank of Andrews in 1983 and was promoted to assistant vice president of lending in 1985. In 2000, Kidd was named senior vice president of lending. He was named executive vice president and chief lending officer in 2019.
Kidd earned his BBA degree from Angelo State University. He serves on the board of directors for the National Bank of Andrews and Andrews County Appraisal District. He also serves as the treasurer of Andrews Crime Stoppers and treasurer and elder for Andrews Presbyterian Church. Kidd recently served as president and board member of the Andrews Chamber of Commerce, president of the Andrews Business and Trade Association, president and board member of the Permian Regional Hospital, president and board member of the Economic Development Corp., member of the Andrews County Child Protective Services Advisory Board and past officer and member of the Andrews Jaycees.
“I am honored to serve as our next president,” Kidd said. “Serving our community has always been our top priority and the heart of our community is its people. Whether it’s sponsoring a little league team, hosting events with our local schools or helping someone open their first business, the National Bank of Andrews is ready to go above and beyond to meet the needs of our neighbors.”
The National Bank of Andrews has successfully stood among the strongest community banks in the nation since opening its doors for business in 1983. In 1995, the National Bank of Andrews and the First National Bank of Andrews merged, assuming the primary charter dating back to 1945.