The Victoria College Foundation has welcomed two new members to its board of directors.
Clay Kolle, senior vice president and branch manager at First State Bank, and Kyle Noack, lead advisor and managing director of KMH Wealth Management, were unanimously approved during the board’s Sept. 9 meeting.
“We are pleased to add these community-minded professionals to our outstanding board,” said Amy Mundy, executive director of the VC Foundation. “Their expertise enhances the capabilities and opportunities our board provides to Victoria College.”
Kolle serves as senior vice president and branch manager for the First State Bank Louise-Victoria office. A graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business and the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University, Kolle has worked at the bank for 12 years and serves on its executive, agriculture and core lending committees. His community involvement includes the Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Victoria County Farm Bureau and the Victoria Livestock Show. He was named to the Golden Crescent Magazine’s Top 5 businessmen and was recognized as First State Bank’s Employee of the Year in 2011.
Kolle, a native of Inez, and his wife, Lacy, have four children – Cooper, Clancy, Stella and Sam.
Noack is chief financial officer at Keller & Associates CPAs and KMH Wealth Management. He attended the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, where he graduated with a BBA in accounting. Additionally, he holds the professional designations of certified public accountant, certified financial planner and Series 65 licensee. He is a member of the Victoria Rotary Club, Theatre Victoria and the Victoria Chamber of Commerce, where he serves as an ambassador.
Noack, a native of Cuero, and his wife, Brittany, have two sons – Tanner and Hunter.
The Victoria College Foundation financially supports Victoria College as it meets the needs of students, employees, facilities, classrooms and other VC initiatives. The foundation contributes to Victoria College’s efforts by providing student scholarships, employee grants, technology upgrades, funding for emerging and innovative programs and capital improvements.
Article courtesy of Victoria College.