ValueBank Texas originated as Texas State Bank (Chartered in 1966).
A new building is constructed on Leopard Street in Corpus Christi, which is still used today.
Four independent banks from surrounding communities became affiliates of the International Bank of Corpus Christi.
Texas State Bank changed its name to the International Bank of Corpus Christi to better reflect the potential growth of the port connected business.
A six-story office building was added on to the bank building. Today it serves a diversity of tenants, as well as the bank’s executive offices.
The Texas Legislature passed a new intrastate banking law, which allowed branch banking in Texas. In May 8, 1991 the Texas Department of Banking approved the merger of five separate chartered banks into four branches of The International Bank of Corpus Christi under the new name, The International Bank.
We changed our name to ValueBank Texas to better reflect our identity within the communities we serve.
ValueBank Texas built a branch in the Midtown area of Corpus Christi.
Scott Heitkamp became President of ValueBank Texas and Harlan Heitkamp remained CEO/Chairman of the Board.
Scott Heitkamp became the CEO of ValueBank Texas. Harlan Heitkamp retained his title as Chairman of the Board.
A new branch location in Richmond/Katy area was purchased.
Value Bank Texas welcomed Horseshoe Bay to our family of branches.
ValueBank Texas moved their headquarters and Main branch to a more visible location at 5262 South Staples