The groundbreaking for Central Texas Farm Credit’s new Corporate Headquarters was held on Tuesday, June 23 at 1026 Early Blvd, Early, TX.
Chief Executive Officer of Central Texas Farm Credit, Jimmy Chambers said, “Central Texas Farm Credit is certainly not new to Early. We have had a presence here for a very long time and we’re excited to be expanding our presence by making Early our new corporate headquarters.”
Robby Halfmann serves as the Chairman of Central Texas Farm Credit and Kenneth Harvick as the Vice Chairman. Directors include Burl Lowery, Mike Finlay, and Philip Hinds.
“With a lot of help from our Architect Steve Ellinger, CADCO Inc., and our Construction Manager Paul Waldrop with Waldrop Construction Inc., we have designed a building that is both functional and attractive,” said Chambers.
Early’s Mayor, Bob Mangrum, spoke in reference to the new headquarters being built in Early, “This is a sign that our community is vibrant, growing and economically sound.”
For over 100 years Central Texas Farm Credit has been the leader in long term financing for farms, ranches, Agribusiness, rural and land homes, and recreational property. What makes Central Texas Farm Credit special is that the company has returned an excess of $40 million to their borrowers since 1994 through their refund program, stock reductions, and such.
“It will be fun to watch the project take shape over the next several months. I think we are building something that the community will be proud of. The Early Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation have been very supportive of this endeavor and we really appreciate their help,” said Chambers.
Central Texas Farm Credit currently has an office at 1038 Early Blvd, Early, TX. Their phone number is 325-643-5563. Visit their website at www.centraltexasfarmcredit.com
Holding Shovels: Jimmy Chambers – CEO, Robby Halfmann – Chairman, Kenneth Harvick – Vice Chairman, Burl Lowery – Director, Mike Finlay – Director, Philip Hinds-Director, Paul Waldrop – Construction Manager, Steve Ellinger – Architect, Sam Waldrop – Waldrop Construction & Early Mayor Bob Mangrum
Also pictured: Central Texas Farm Credit Employees, Early Chamber Board of Directors & Ambassadors, Early Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors and Early City Administrator