Tracy Somerville, recently promoted to banking officer, has been an integral part of Alpine Bank’s marketing team for more than five years. She started as a customer service representative in Snowmass Village. After graduating with honors in 1994 from Sheridan College in Applied Research, she is involved on the board of directors with the local nonprofit agency Family Visitor Programs, which provides valuable support to area families with newborns or who are expecting children.
Susie Wright’s career with Alpine Bank started more than eight years ago. She was recently promoted to banking officer. Over her 12-year banking career, she has gained expertise in almost every department. Susie is located in the New Castle bank location. Currently, she is the secretary of the board for Literacy Outreach, co-chair for the Governance Council at Glenwood Springs High School, and the parade coordinator for the Silt Heyday committee.
Dalby, Wendland, & Co., the largest accounting firm on the Western Slope, was ranked by Colorado Biz magazine as one of the top professional accounting firms in the state. The firm, founded in 1948, has seven offices in Colorado with more than 85 employees and 13 principals. They offer a broad range of auditing, tax and consulting services. Call 945-8575 for more information.
Aspen Land & Homes Sothebys, 711 Main St. in Carbondale, will be hosting a grand opening from 4-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2. The festivities include a champagne toast, appetizers by Six89, desserts by Cathy Ortiz and an open house tour of 35 N. Seventh St., Stewart Custom Builders.
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Angela Mills of Rifle has been selected as the new executive director for the United Way Battlement to the Bells, the board announced in a news release.