Tyler Dahl is the regional president of Alpine Bank Mesa County. Tyler earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance from Colorado Mesa University, and his Graduate School of Banking credentials from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Tyler was recruited into the Alpine Bank Officer Trainee program out of college and spent his first 14 years in Montrose where he led the Montrose, Delta and Ouray County branches of Alpine Bank as its market president before moving into his Mesa County role.
“Originally I was drawn to the banking industry because I enjoy analyzing and looking at numbers. I still like that part, but my favorite aspect of the job is getting know people to learn more about them, their hopes and dreams and their financial needs,” Tyler says. “I enjoy building relationships. And it’s a great feeling to work with a team that’s always striving to provide the best possible service to our customers.”
Alpine Bank has a nearly 50-year history of giving back to the communities it serves. It’s an aspect of the organization that Tyler finds particularly appealing as well.
“One of the most rewarding parts of my job is to help give back to local nonprofits. It feels great working for a company that prides itself on giving back,” he says. “And knowing that either through volunteer time or monetary donations we’re making a difference in Grand Junction.”
Alpine Bank has five foundational core values: Community, Loyalty, Integrity, Independence and Compassion. Which value resonates the most with Tyler?
This is part of a series on our bank officers and their Alpine values. Read about Mesa County Loan Officer Tom Oliver and his devotion to his community here.