First Colorado National Bank announces a new Delta market president, Amy Crick. She and her family moved to Delta from the Grand Junction area. Her husband, Ryan, is originally from Delta, and Amy states, "We are grateful to have the opportunity to move back home to Delta. We are excited to become active members in the community."
They are also excited to raise their 11-month-old twin boys here and to be near Ryan's extended family. Amy comes to First Colorado National Bank with an extensive background in banking and has worked in banks from coast to coast. Amy's credentials include a bachelor's degree in business administration from Adams State University, and she is also a Delta Mu Delta graduate from the University of Phoenix obtaining her master's in business administration from the Charlotte Campus in 2015.
Amy states, "We are lucky in Delta to have a bank that is truly locally owned and operated. Many communities do not have this resource because more and more small banks are being purchased by larger bank corporations. I look forward to being out in the community representing this wonderful locally owned bank." She loves the community bank feel, and enjoys working with a group of like-minded staff and owners who put the community first.
She would love to help you with your banking needs, so please stop by today. You can reach Amy directly at 874-2592 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two of the four marijuana questions on the November ballot were narrowly approved by voters in the City of Delta. Measure 2F allows the establishment of medical marijuana centers. Measure 2H permits the establishment of medical marijuana cultivation, testing, research and manufacturing facilities.