The Ada News
HOLDENVILLE — First National Bank & Trust Co. (FNB) has named Robert Ingram, assistant vice president and branch manager of the bank’s Holdenville location.
Ingram is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in public affairs and administration, in 1999. Ingram was a scholarship student athlete and played offensive tackle for the OU football team under coaches Gary Gibbs, Howard Schnellenberger and John Blake.
“We are pleased to have Robert as part of the First National Bank & Trust Co. team,” said Larry Briggs, president and CEO of FNB. “Not only is he an experienced banker with outstanding credentials, he will be an outstanding asset to the Holdenville community.”
Ingram brings more than 10 years of banking and management experience to First National Bank & Trust Co. His previous banking experience includes tenures with Landmark Bank N.A. as a Real Estate Lender in Ada and Ardmore. He was a loan processor and internet banking specialist with Citizens Bank of Ada. In addition, Ingram was employed with the Chickasaw Nation, Ada, Division of Housing, as a mortgage loan counselor.
An active community member, Ingram is a strong supporter of Kiwanis, Lion’s Club, United Way and Chamber of Commerce.
“I am very excited to join First National Bank & Trust Co.,” Ingram said. “Having lived and worked in Ada, and with strong family ties to Hughes County, I know I will enjoy the people of Holdenville. I look forward to getting acquainted with our customers and the community.”
Ingram is the father of a 6-year-old daughter, Emily. His parents are Earl and Sandra Ingram, Ada. He is the grandson of the late Kenneth and Lovene Hull and the late Clarence and Annie Ingram.