The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, in cooperation with the Pollution Prevention Advisory Board and the Colorado Environmental Partnership, designated Alpine Bank a “Gold Leader” for its environmental leadership. Alpine Bank is the first financial institution in Colorado to be recognized with this award by the State for its environmental commitment and continuous improvement.
The Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) is a statewide environmental recognition and reward program administered by the Department of Public Health and Environment’s Sustainability Program. The ELP program offers benefits and incentives to members that voluntarily go beyond compliance with state and federal regulations and are committed to continual environmental improvement.
For more information about Alpine Bank’s environmental efforts, visit www. alpinebank.com and click on Green Team.
Alpine Bank Operations has promoted the following employees:
Doreen Roberts to executive vice president. Doreen joined the Alpine team 24 years ago, and worked in the Glenwood, West Glenwood and Basalt locations. She was key in starting Alpine’s operations centralization.
Ervalene Samuelson to executive vice president. Erv grew up in Glenwood Springs. She joined the financial services industry 28 years ago, and has been with Alpine Bank for half of her banking career.
Julie Allmon to senior vice president. In 1987, she took an operations position with Alpine Bank in Basalt. Julie currently manages the workflow of all internal operations departments, including bookkeeping functions of the bank.
Jeff Boardman to telecommunications officer. Jeff started with Alpine Bank nearly 10 years ago and has played one of the most important roles with Alpine Bank in maintaining and setting up the bank’s telecommunications. He is certified for Executone, Fujitsu, Tie and Tadiran/ECI telecommunications.
Mary Chavez to banking officer. She has been with Alpine Bank since 2002, starting in Basalt as a teller. She then moved her way to internal operations in the wires department for two years before ending up in the proof department.
Jeff Mozingo to IT officer. Jeff has been with Alpine Bank for 10 years working with the IT team. He is certified as a Novell Network Engineer and for HP, Savin and Ricoh.
Carmen Baldizan to banking officer. Carmen has been with the bank for 10 years.
Dr. Darlene Berkowitz has joined Dr. Judi Leake, and Dr. Kate Owens of Red Hill Animal Health Center, for the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery.
The Red Hill Animal Health Center is located at 955 Cowen Drive in Carbondale. Call 704-0403, or visit http://www.redhillvet.com.
Lynsey Pulliam is the new personal trainer for New Castle Family Fitness. She holds certifications with NFPT, Personal Trainer and Schwinn Cycling as well as an AFFA group aerobics certification.
Call New Castle Family Fitness at 984-3200 to schedule your personal training appointment today.
Preferred Limousine is starting its 20th year in service. Opened in Denver by Stacey Richardson in 1989, Preferred Limousine operated in Denver for eight years before moving to the Roaring Fork Valley. Now located at the Garfield County Airport, Preferred Limousine provides ground transportation as well as luxury limousine service 24 hours a day.
In 2007 Preferred Limousine was a finalist in the Colorado Meetings and Events “Best of” awards. Out of 400 limousine services, Preferred Limousine finished in the top 10 transportation providers.
Preferred Limousine thanks the Garfield County Commissioners Larry McCown, John Martin and Tresi Houpt as well as Airport Manager Brian Condi for allowing the company make the airport its home. The stretch limousine can currently be seen on the Girls Next Door Aspen episode on the Oxygen channel.
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