Alpine Bank announces Kye Hall as a vice president/relationship manager for the bank's Montrose, Delta and Ouray county markets.
Hall brings with him over 12 years' experience as a banker with Bank of the West. Most recently, he served as a business banking officer supporting commercial lending demands of 11 branches of Bank of the West across western Colorado. Hall will office in Montrose but will provide support to Ouray and Delta county markets.
"My goal is to provide superior banking advice and service with the added power and flexibility of local decision making. I want to earn the business by truly listening to clients and tailoring solutions to best help them succeed. Cookie cutter banking doesn't fit everyone, especially in western Colorado. I want to offer something different, something more," said Hall
"I'm looking forward to joining a strong, generous community-focused bank. I've been impressed with the level of community involvement not only monetarily, but also from the employees who volunteer time personally. Everyone truly cares about giving back to our community and making it a better place to live. It's a unique culture and one I'm excited to share."
Hall's dedication and strong ties to the community are apparent as he's privileged to serve as a board member of Community Hearts & Hands, on the advisory board for Habitat for Humanity, a merit badge counselor for Boy Scouts of America and a young men's leader.
A true Colorado native, born and raised in Cortez, Hall graduated from Regis University with a bachelor's degree in business administration and a minor in finance. Hall and his wife have lived in Montrose for 11 years, raising their three girls.
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