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It all adds up to one great banker: Mike Coffey

11/8/2013 11:25 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Mike Coffey Mike Coffey, Getting Homebuyers on Track. "With expertise and careful attention to detail, I'm proud to help customers get their goals on track."

It all adds up to one great banker: Kelly Glenn

7/17/2013 3:30 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Kelly Glenn Kelly Glenn, Banking for Trailblazers. "With so many dreams to achieve for the Spokane business community, I'm excited to offer my long and diverse expertise in all types of commercial lending."

It all adds up to one great banker: Logan Thurber

7/17/2013 3:30 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Logan Thurber Logan Thurber, Putting Together the Pieces. "My experience of banking and life helps me understand different perspectives and match each customer's needs and goals to the tools that will serve them best."

It all adds up to one great lender: Angela Erickson

3/1/2013 2:10 PM

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It all adds up to one great lender: Angela Erickson Angela Erickson, Framing Great Loans. "My passion isn't just for home-owners; I'm inspired to get everyone working, from contractors to suppliers."

It all adds up to one great lender: CL Jones

12/31/2012 1:30 PM

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It all adds up to one great lender: CL Jones CL Jones, Rodeo Volunteer and Lender Extraordinaire. "Mortgage and home equity loan rates are at historic lows—let me help you turn challenges into opportunities and dreams into reality."

It all adds up to one great banker: Becky Temple

11/30/2012 11:35 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Becky Temple Becky Temple, Catching the Best Opportunities. "I'm always on the move, in the roping arena and in business. It's my privilege to earn the trust of my clients by investing my time in them, listening, understanding their business, then helping them find unique, flexible solutions that fit them best."

It all adds up to one great banker: Ben Weston

8/31/2012 12:40 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Ben Weston Ben Weston, Banking Head and Shoulders Above the Crowd. "I find that customers are drawn to community banks for their home mortgage loans because we can make local decisions that are based on people, not just numbers."

It all adds up to one great financial advisor: Dale Schuman

8/31/2012 12:35 PM

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It all adds up to one great financial advisor: Dale Schuman Dale Schuman, Hooked on Trust. "Our team approach to serving clients is based on putting their interests first, helping solve problems at every level, and earning their Trust for life."

It all adds up to one great banker: Dave Walter

8/31/2012 12:30 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Dave Walter Dave Walter, Banking Native. "I take a lot of pride in helping my community get the resources they need to meet their challenges today and build opportunities for the future."

It all adds up to one great banker: Anita Porter

7/2/2012 8:25 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Anita Porter Anita Porter, at Home on the Range. "Whether it's construction, business expansion or developing a new venture, I enjoy the hands-on work of putting together a unique loan package for every customer. Where others might see obstacles, I see opportunity waiting to unfold."

It all adds up to one great banker: Randy Choate

6/1/2012 10:00 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Randy Choate Randy Choate, Banking on Friendship. "I consider it a privilege to work with some of the best people around, from the many customers I consider friends to the outstanding members of the ICB staff."

It all adds up to one great banker: Rhonda Seagraves

6/1/2012 10:00 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Rhonda Seagraves Rhonda Seagraves, Championship Banking. "My customers know they can come to me for any reason, at any time, and we'll look for solutions as a team."

It all adds up to one great banker: Lee Hardin

5/15/2012 5:15 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Lee Hardin Lee Hardin, Great Banking is Par for the Course. "I enjoy my experiences with all kinds of people, working in the community, and helping my customers realize their dreams, from getting into a new home to financing a college education."

It all adds up to one great banker: Sandy Hemenway

4/2/2012 10:30 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Sandy Hemenway Sandy Hemenway, Banking on a Great Team. "I'm a big fan of my customers and will give them the personal attention they deserve to assist them with their business game plans."

It all adds up to one great banker: Alan Bullard

3/16/2012 8:45 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Alan Bullard Alan Bullard, Banking in Motion. "Developing common ground is how great relationships start, listening and learning is how they grow."

It all adds up to one great banker: Joe Williams

3/16/2012 8:45 AM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Joe Williams Joe Williams gives business banking a lift. "My customers appreciate learning how to understand inherent risks and rewards, and make good decisions for their unique situations."

It all adds up to one great banker: Hugh Gavin

2/1/2012 2:45 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Hugh Gavin Hugh Gavin is banking on a great community. "I'm proud to work with businesses at every stage of their development, from start-ups to maturity."

It all adds up to one great banker: Marty Behm

1/16/2012 12:20 PM

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It all adds up to one great banker: Marty Behm Marty Behm knows that good banking - and good business - isn't about sitting in a big office, waiting for work to come your way.

Alexander Garcia: On the Road to Service and Success

1/16/2012 12:15 PM

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Alexander Garcia: On the Road to Service and Success Alexander Garcia says the support of ICB made a difference to his University success and helped pave his path to a future in Transit Planning. "I can't tell you how much of a difference your scholarship has made!"

A Circle of Trust

12/16/2011 5:15 PM

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A Circle of Trust Thinking of creating something beautiful that lasts a lifetime? ActiveWest Builders and Panhandle State Bank put your dreams first. Dennis Cunningham: "PSB makes the financial end of the construction process easy. I recommend them because they care about their customers the way I care about the houses I build. Everything is based on trust and quality." Andi Schoutens: "I want to work with people I can depend on, whether it's building my home or managing my finances. PSB takes care of every aspect of my financial life so that I can do what I love most!"

It all adds up to one great banker.

12/1/2011 12:00 AM

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When it comes to business banking, Intermountain Community Banker Ryan Petrik knows what it takes to be successful from the ground up.

"Our work goes on well before and after loans. We help businesses with planning, risk assessment, internet security and more -- as well as how to move through the paperwork necessary to get the resources they need.Intermountain Community Bank understands that we can’t just look at numbers on the page. That’s why I like to get down to business right where business is done. It’s the best way I know of to understand what’s needed and create innovative, flexible solutions for long term success."

It all adds up to one great banker.

11/15/2011 12:00 AM

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Intermountain Community Banker Doris Brown is passionate about working one-on-one and face-to-face with her customers, sometimes over several generations.

In this fast-paced world, many people have lost interest in really hearing and understanding others. I like to help my customers relax and take all the time they need, whether they’re talking about their last vacation or their most critical financial matters. I want their banking experience to happen at their pace, whatever that may be. When one of my customers refers a friend or parent for financial planning, or brings in their child to open a first account -- that’s my definition of success. I’m proud to earn the trust of so many wonderful people.

Local Horsepower Helps Rising Stars Shine

11/1/2011 12:00 AM

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"Her world will never be the same again."

That’s what the Rising Stars Therapeutic Riding Center means to children and adults with disabilities. Transformation. "There’s just something magical about helping someone find their first connection with a horse," says Rising Stars Executive Director Marni Porath. "Suddenly, you’re part of something big and powerful and enabling. It truly changes lives in ways nothing else can."

Panhandle State Bank Takes a Fresh Approach to Small Business

11/1/2011 12:00 AM

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"When we saw the opportunity to purchase the Old Town Market, we knew it was the right fit for our experience and for our hometown ties. We had already decided to leave our previous jobs to start our own business, but we weren’t sure how to get started. A lot of banks weren’t willing to take a chance on us because we didn’t have traditional sources of funding.

M & M Feedlots

10/14/2011 12:00 AM

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M & M Feedlots Darin Mann might not seem like a typical third-generation Idaho farmer, with his degree in Chinese from BYU and his background of international travel. But he was happy and grateful to join his father, Kent, working and improving their heifer-replacement operations, and to raise his family on the land his grandfather first farmed in 1947.