Community Leadership

Pictured from left to right: Amber Bond, Nursing Director at Peterson Regional Health , Kyle Bond, Owner and Manager of Terminix, and 
Kenneth Early, EVP, Commercial Relationship Manager 

Kenneth Early and his family have called the Hill Country home for the past 14 years, where he has served the community as a trusted commercial banker. He joined Texas Hill Country Bank in 2015, where he has applied his expertise to serve business owners in the area to help them grow and achieve their financial goals. Kenneth reflects on what he enjoys most about his role in serving the community, his hobby that helps in banking, and what he appreciates about living in the Hill Country.  

What has been the most rewarding part of serving the Hill Country community?   

The most rewarding thing about working with small business owners is to watch them grow from borrowers to depositors. 

What is your favorite part about living in Kerrville?   

Kerrville is a small community in a beautiful part of Texas. I admire the nature here, and the way of life in our town.  

Why do you love working for Texas Hill Country Bank? 

I love working for Texas Hill Country Bank because we help the small businesses in our community. With the recent merger of banks underneath our larger Texas Partners Bank network, we can now help those businesses grow into larger businesses. 

In one word, how would you describe the community of Kerrville?   


What is your hobby or expertise outside of work and how do you use it to be a stronger banker? 

I enjoy playing golf. I try to play in different groups and meet new people, which gives me an opportunity to develop both new and existing relationships that I value in our community and within our customer network at the bank.  



Executive Vice President, Commercial Relationship Manager

Trusted banking partnerships and friendly connections with bankers who live and work in your community can help grow and streamline your business and your family finances.

Get in touch with Kenneth today.