RBC I First National Bank of the Rockies officially became the Bank of the San Juans last week after the oldest banks in Meeker and Rangely were acquired by Montana-based Glacier Bancorp Inc.
MONTANA I Glacier Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: GBCI) last week announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire First National Bank of the Rockies (FNBR), a community bank based in Grand Junction, Colorado.
MEEKER I First National Bank of the Rockies president and CEO Pete Waller has announced that Angelo (Butch) Theos has been elected to serve on the bank’s board of directors.
RBC I Participating in the American Bankers Association’s Teach Children to Save Program, First National Bank of the Rockies recently made presentations to a total of 655 students throughout the Western Slope.
RBC | Customers of First National Bank of the Rockies who own Droid smart phones can now download the Droid app for online banking convenience.
RBC I In recognition of the National Get Smart About Credit Campaign, First National Bank of the Rockies (FNBR) urges its customers to educate themselves on responsible credit habits.
First National Bank of the Rockies (FNBR) gives away a $100 savings bond every week to one of its lucky Facebook fans. Now through June 24, 2011, a Facebook fan will be randomly chosen weekly to win the prize.
RBC — Soon after the story appeared last week in The Denver Post, citing First National Bank of the Rockies as one of seven Colorado banks ordered “to clean up their practices,” FNBR President Peter Waller fired off a response, by posting a blog on The Post’s Web site.
RBC — Peter Waller, president of First National Bank of the Rockies, knew there was going to be a story last week in The Denver Post, which would mention the bank. But, when he saw the published story, he didn’t like what was reported.
RANGELY — A new two-year business and banking degree program is available now at Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC). Students interested in the banking field can earn an associate’s degree through the program, which will be offered at all five CNCC locations in western Colorado, as well as online.