Vicki Lee Green congratulates Tonya Green Nieslanik and Bonnie Daniels for being the companies top producers for March.
Nieslanik, whos been with the company since 1997, was the top sales person, and Daniels, who has been in the real estate business since 1985, had the highest number of new listings for March.
Bray & Co. Real Estate is proud to recognize J.B. Van Teylingen and Becky Warner for their sales achievements.
J.B. was top listing agent and Becky was top closing agent for the month of April. Congratulations to both.
Mountain Family Health Center is pleased to announce the addition of Meg Hartley, PA-C, to its team of healthcare providers. Meg graduated from the Albany-Hudson Valley Physician Assistant Program in Albany, N.Y., in 1981, after also attending St. John Fischer College of Rochester and Community College of the Finger Lakes. She also holds a masters in horsemanship from Meredith Manor in Waverly, WV. Meg brings extensive experience from Eagle Care Medical Clinic in Edwards; Colorado Mountain Medical in Eagle County; Genesee Hospital in Rochester, N.Y.; and Wilson Health Center, also in Rochester. She is the mother of two children, and enjoys the outdoors whenever time permits. After practicing medicine for over 25 years, I have found an organization that practices medicine from the heart. It is wonderful to be part of a team that is so organized and on the cutting edge of medicine, said Meg about her new position. Mountain Family Health Center is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to providing quality medical care for uninsured and insured patients alike, with locations in Glenwood Springs and Black Hawk.
Alpine Bank has been named a Silver ESOP Award winner by The ESOP Association. The Silver ESOP Awards recognize companies for their work in sustaining their ESOP for 25 years or more. The ESOP Association is the national trade association for companies with employee stock ownership plans (ESOP) and is the leading voice in America for employee ownership.We are proud to have been named a Silver ESOP Award winner. We believe strongly in the power of employee ownership and are pleased to have not only our company, but our employees recognized for their efforts, commented Glen Jammaron, vice chairman of Alpine Banks of Colorado.To be named a Silver ESOP Award winner, a company must be a member of The ESOP Association and have an ESOP in place for 25 years or more.The core cause of The ESOP Association is the belief that employee ownership will improve American competitiveness, increase productivity through greater employee participation, and strengthen our free enterprise economy.
The last half of 2008 was a bad time to be in the financial business. But a regional bank with several local branches actually earned awards for its performance during that troubled time.American National Bank which has branches in Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Rifle and Eagle and Mesa counties was honored recently by VERIBANC, an independent national bank-rating company, for its financial performance and management over the last two quarters of 2008. Bank officials say theres a good chance it may earn a similar Blue Ribbon award for the first quarter of this year as well.American National was among a group of regional banks that never wrote subprime mortgages, and never bundled those mortgages into securities that were sold and traded based on the mistaken assumption that home values would always keep going up.Nathan said American National has its share of bad loans on the books right now. But overall, American National remained relatively conservative in its lending standards while bigger companies routinely made risky loans.Those conservative standards have become even more conservative over the last several months, Nathan said.But American National is still in the business of lending money. That message has sometimes been hard to get across to customers when the news is full of reports about bank failures and bailouts.
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