J. Greg Burgess
FirstCapital Bank of Texas, N.A. - Chief Credit Officer
Greg Burgess has been in the banking business since January of 1981 when he joined the former First National Bank of Amarillo after graduating from Texas Tech University with a bachelor's of business administration in Finance. Mr. Burgess worked for The First National Bank of Amarillo and its successors, Boatmen's First National Bank of Amarillo and NationsBank (now Bank of America), from 1981 until 1997, when he joined the new First National Bank of Amarillo and its successor Wells Fargo Bank Texas as a Senior Vice President. He worked in that position until October 2002 when he joined FirstCapital Bank of Texas and opened the Amarillo offices. Mr. Burgess has approximately 35 years of commercial lending experience.
He presently serves as the Chief Credit Officer and as a director of FirstCapital Bank of Texas, N.A., as a board member of the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, as an advisory council member of the Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University, as an advisory board member of the Texas Tech School of Banking, as a member of the Government Affairs Council of the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, as a board member and past board chairman of the Boys and Girls Club of Amarillo, as an advisory member of the Stand Tall America PAC, and is a member of the Budget & Finance Committee and Strategic Planning committee for Westminster Presbyterian Church in Amarillo. He has previously served as a Trustee for the Texas Presbyterian Foundation, as a board member and Treasurer of Carenet Crisis Pregnancy Center of Amarillo, board member and Treasurer for the Texas Panhandle Builders Association, past President of Goodwill Industries of Amarillo, member of the Amarillo Enterprise Challenge Program in association with the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce and is an Alumnus of the Amarillo Leadership program. He has served as an Elder with Westminster Presbyterian Church and he has also served as a Speaker for the past six years at the Texas Tech University School of Banking.
When not working at the Bank, Greg, being an avid outdoor enthusiast, spends his time with his family, enjoys outdoor & landscape photography, traveling to and hiking in many of the U.S. National and State Parks, natural areas and numerous historic sites. He enjoys reading – particularly history and Christian studies, has been a longtime Sunday school teacher and also enjoys woodworking.