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Alpine Bank honors longtime board members

Gifts made in their name to local nonprofits

You care about our community. The work you do is so impactful, and it inspires us to give back. Thank you for caring.  

In this spirit, Alpine Bank has donated a total of $50,000 to multiple local nonprofit organizations in honor of five-former board of directors. 

The namesake donors include Stan Kornasiewicz, Dave Scruby, Bruce Robinson, and John Cooper, who all stepped down from the Alpine Bank Board of Directors in April. Each member dedicated more than 40 years as lenders, innovators and community partners and can be credited for much of the success Alpine Bank has today.  

Additionally, the bank made a gift in honor of the late Rodney Slifer. The longtime Vail resident was an original member of the Alpine board, serving until his passing in February. Alpine Bank’s gratitude to him is immeasurable.  

Plans are still in the works to recognize Alpine Bank board director and former professional racecar driver Wally Dallenbach Sr. Dallenbach passed away in April, and Alpine leadership hope to acknowledge his service to the bank during the Colorado 500, a charity motorcycle event championed by Dallenbach and his family. 

 “To build a legacy and trusted brand, any business needs great leaders, and in that respect, Alpine Bank stands miles above the rest,” said J. Robert “Bob” Young, Alpine Bank founder & chairman. 

“We are so grateful to Stan, Dave, Bruce, John, Rodney and Wally for their contributions to the bank,” added Alpine Bank President Glen Jammaron. “It felt like a fitting tribute to honor their legacy through the work of local nonprofits that serve Colorado proudly.” 

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Glen Jammaron

Glen Jammaron is president and vice chairman of Alpine Bank. Glen has worked for Alpine Bank for 36 years and been the president and vice chairman for 16 years. During his tenure, the bank grew from $2 billion to more than $6 billion in assets.

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