Arbaney, Pankey join The Weitz Co.The Rocky Mountain Business Unit of The Weitz Co. has hired Buster L. Arbaney as a project engineer and Jerry Pankey as a project superintendent. Arbaney received his bachelors degree from Colorado State University in 2002.Prior to joining Weitz, he worked for Western Summit Construction and Todd Habermann Construction. He is currently working on the Midland Center project.Prior to joining Weitz, Pankey worked as a field superintendent for Benson Design and Building and Structural Associates. He is currently working on the Timbers Phase E & F project in Snowmass Village. Founded in 1855, The Weitz Co. is a full-service general contractor, design-builder and construction manager with 13 offices nationwide. The Rocky Mountain Business Unit has offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Frisco and Glenwood Springs and has been operating here for more than 50 years. Kyle goes valley-wideShannon Kyle, president of the Glenwood Springs Board of Realtors, has recently updated her Web site to include access to all listings in the Glenwood Springs area, stretching from Basalt to Battlement Mesa. The address is http://www.shannonkyle.net. Information: 928-9000, ext. 215.Chamber performs ribbon cuttingsRainy Day Designs, a full-service graphic design firm, is a new Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association member. It is located at 417 Main St., Studio Z, in Carbondale and specializes in graphic design, marketing and advertising services that define client image and enhance market position. For more information on Rainy Day Designs services, call 963-9748.The Fleisher Co., a new Glenwood Springs Chamber member, is located at 0326 Highway 133, Suite 200 in Carbondale. As commercial real estate specialists since 1975, they specialize in leasing, property acquisitions, investments and commercial property management. Information: 704-1515.Lidke & Associates, at 916 Colorado Ave., recently joined the Glenwood Springs Chamber. They offer individual and group long-term care insurance, voluntary and supplemental insurance benefits, pre-paid legal services and health insurance plans. They also offer online enrollment support. Information: 384-1900.Aden retires from U.S. BankDoug Aden, who began his banking career as a trainee 34 years ago, will be retiring from U.S. Bank as regional president for western Colorado effective March 31. Aden will serve on U.S. Banks western Colorado bank board. He has been based in Grand Junction since 1990.Under Dougs leadership, U.S. Bank has grown to be a major leader in western Colorado, while doing its absolute best to help customers meet their financial goals, said Jim Grigsby, regional president for U.S. Bank in western Idaho and western Colorado. A successor will be named by mid-March. We congratulate Doug and his wife, Lorraine, on their retirement and wish them the absolute best during their retirement years.
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