Honoring David K. Ross
The Trust Company of Kansas (TCK) is pleased to announce the retirement of David K. Ross, M.D. David joined TCK in January 2012 as Vice President & Trust Officer. He has been a shareholder since the company’s inception in 1990, and has served on the Board of Directors since 2011.
A native of Arkansas City, David attended the University of Kansas as an undergraduate and then completed medical school at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. He practiced family medicine at the Ark City Clinic in Arkansas City for 23 years. David left the practice in 2000 to take a position as senior vice president of KaMMCO, where he would later serve as President and Chairman of the Board from 2003 to 2010.
David is a board certified member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He has previously served as a bank director for 24 years, was president of the Kansas Medical Society (KMS) in 1996-97, and served on numerous committees and councils for the KMS.
Through the years, David has participated in many community service activities and served on numerous Boards of Directors in Arkansas City. He is a life-long member of the Presbyterian Church in which he has been a regular choir member, served actively as an elder, and taught Sunday school for 20+ years. During his retirement, David hopes to enjoy his time playing golf, singing, acting, offering leadership to his latest passion – Etzanoa: The Lost City – a recent discovery of a Native American city under Arkansas City, and, most of all, spending with time with family.