Pam McNair Wins 2013 Employee Volunteer Award

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Pam McNair Wins 2013 Employee Volunteer Award


Green Bank Donation to Lakeland Elementary School to honor her commitment to the community

Pam McNair, assistant vice president and relationship manager at Green Bank’s Kingwood office, has recently been awarded the Outstanding Volunteer Appreciation Award for 2013. A 9-year resident of Harris County, her generosity and giving exemplifies service to the community through volunteerism.

“There is a definite crossover--keeping in touch with your community means going beyond the business community,” said McNair. “In many cases, I’ve been introduced to great social organizations by successful business associates. The two help each other grow and everyone benefits.”

Pam is actively involved with eight community-based organizations, to which she devotes an average of 45 hours each month. These organizations include:

  • Humble ISD Literacy Program
  • Humble Intercontinental Rotary – board member
  • Salvation Army
  • Right at Home-Houston – home repairs
  • Lakeland Elementary School – mentor
  • Thanksgiving Feast –  provides meals
  • Humble Area Assistant Ministries – in addition to volunteering, Pam has arranged the donation of office furniture to the organization
  • Rebuilding Together-Houston – home repairs

Geoff Greenwade, Green Bank president and CEO, presented McNair with the award and a $500 donation to Lakeland Elementary School to help buy new books.

“Green Bank is committed to the responsibility of serving Texas. We do this in a number of ways--banking services and businesses across our communities, financial contributions to leading community programs and by individual participation in community-based programs,” said Greenwade. “Often individual efforts are ignored; we believe our employees are stewards and we strive to reinforce their efforts with corporate support.”