Pampa Credit Office

  • Serving: Gray, Hemphill, Hutchinson, and Roberts Counties


    2526 Perryton Parkway Pampa, Texas 79065 Phone: 806-669-1126 Fax: 888-587-6161

    Office Hours:

    8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

    1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

    Monday through Friday

    Pampa Credit Office Staff

    • Matt Hudson

      Branch President

      Matt is originally from Hamlin, Texas. He earned his bachelor’s degree in agricultural education from Texas Tech University. He has been with Plains Land Bank since 2017. Come see Matt at the Pampa office, where he can help you own a piece of Texas.

    • Mandy Richburg

      Loan Officer

      Mandy grew up in Sweetwater, Texas, and attended Western Texas College. She has worked in banking, real estate and other financial fields since 2002. She looks forward to helping you own your own piece of Texas.

About the Pampa Credit Office

The Plains Land Bank Pampa branch office caters to Gray County residents, as well as city dwellers from nearby counties like Hemphill, Hutchinson, and Roberts. 

Easily locate us on the north side of Pampa on Perryton Parkway (TX-70). We are just north of W. 25th Ave. 

On the west side of Pampa, follow North Price Road to W. 23rd Ave. and Perryton Parkway.  

In the east, TX-171 connects to several cross streets to Perryton Parkway through US-60. 

You can follow South Hobart Street (TX-70) all the way to our branch from the south end of town.  

Our Amarillo office is about an hour drive from the Pampa branch if you hop on I-40 E from Bell Street in Potter County.  

Aside from Pampa and Amarillo, we have offices in Perryton, and Plainview, all within short distance from each other, so you can choose the one that’s close to home. 

We look forward to working with you for all of your agricultural banking needs.

Pampa Facts

The city of Pampa is known for the Pampa Army Air Field. This is where more than 6,000 aviation cadets and 3,500 mechanics trained for World War II. Pampa's Freedom Museum has both indoor and outdoor exhibits featuring a vast collection of military memorabilia from World War II, including a B-25D bomber.