Ron was born and raised in Abilene, Texas. He graduated from Texas Tech with a bachelor's degree in Finance in 1979. Upon returning to Abilene in 1983, Ron began working for First National Bank (now First Financial Bank). He was an Executive Vice President and the Senior Lending Officer of the bank when he left in 2006 to enter the home building business.
Ron is deeply committed to the Abilene community. He has previously held leadership positions with the Abilene Chamber of Commerce, Junior Achievement of Abilene, United Way of Abilene, Hendrick Medical Center, Hendrick Medical Center Foundation and the Abilene Improvement Corporation. He and his family are members of First Baptist Church, where he is an ordained deacon. His family includes his wonderful wife Anne (Design Consultant and Director, Willow House) and children Whitney (Sr. Financial Analyst, Medical Center-Plano), husband Chris (Store Manager, Sherwin Williams, Garland), and sons Nic (Warranty Service Manager, Highland Homes, Frisco), Tommy (Texas Wesleyan Univ., Fort Worth) and Sean (Hardin Simmons Univ. in the fall).
Passion for Home Building
Ron entered the home building business after a long and successful career in banking because of his love for the field. He has had a life-long dream to combine his banking skills with his enjoyment of the building business. He loves seeing a project through from an idea to a completed project, and is focused on details and quality throughout the process.
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