Locally owned and operated, Alpine Bank has been a part of the Western Slope of Colorado for over 43 years. With 38 convenient locations, we serve over 130,000 customers with retail, business, mortgage and electronic banking services.

Many of our employees and managers have been with Alpine Bank for 10 years or longer. This dedication allows us to build long-term customer relationship—in fact, many of our original Board of Directors still serve, including Chairman Bob Young.

Because we are not a national banking chain, our size and streamlined organizational structure provides us the ability to make local decisions in a timely manner. With online banking, bill pay, mobile banking with check depositing, credit cards, a network of over 43,000 ATMs nationwide, cash management, health savings accounts, remote deposit capture, and consumer and business loans, Alpine Bank understands our customers desire a diverse product selection that meets the demands of their busy lifestyle.

Founded on the principal of giving back to our communities, we strongly support nonprofits across western Colorado. Community events, the arts, animal shelters, sports, recreation, and particularly children and education have been the focus of Alpine’s philanthropy. Giving back is a part of our culture. Annually, each employee is given 24 hours of paid volunteer time; many provide their time and talent beyond this.

Since 2005, Alpine Bank has taken a charge to improve its environmental practices. Today, the bank is ISO 14001 certified and continues to implement an Environmental Management System, which regularly earns our company recognition for environmental leadership in Colorado.

Alpine Bank Wealth Management

Alpine Bank Wealth Management focuses on comprehensive wealth and investment management for individuals, corporations and organizations. At Alpine Bank Wealth Management, you not only benefit from sound investment expertise, you work with our diverse team of investment professionals who are held to the highest standard of fiduciary responsibility. In many relationships, we act as corporate trustee and those responsibilities bring with them the highest level of oversight. This way of doing business applies to all of our client relationships, from the most formal estate management to the simplicity of record keeping. By law, we are obligated to be a prudent steward of your financial interests. This standard by which we manage your affairs is one of the most important strengths we offer you. Contact our investment team today at 877-808- 7878 to discuss your wealth management goals.


Whether you’re buying a new home or building from the ground up, when you choose Alpine Bank you can be certain that you’re getting the expertise you deserve. We know buying a home can sometimes be intimidating and stressful, especially for first-time homebuyers. Our lenders will discuss the many loan programs and down payment options available to help tailor a loan to meet your exact needs. Contact Cassie Tufly at 254-2717 or Patti Chamberlain at 254-2042.

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ANB Bank – In a world of impersonal big banks and faceless service, ANB is a bank like no other. ANB Bank is a large, independently owned bank with over 33 locations throughout Colorado, Wyoming and Kansas, with four convenient locations in the Grand Valley. The bank is a member of the Sturm Financial Group which maintains financial strength embodied in $2.3 billion in assets. The banking centers proudly deliver personalized, responsive service to their customers and offer a full line of financial services for personal and business needs, online and mobile banking, cash management, and loans for commercial, small business, and consumer needs. ANB Bank is a true community bank, with an unwavering commitment to excellence and to helping each of its communities prosper through investment, sponsorship, philanthropy, and employee volunteerism.


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Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, is a full-service, acute-care hospital. As part of the Colorado West Healthcare System, we offer full outpatient diagnostic services and inpatient care for the Western Slope region of Colorado, and eastern Utah. Community Hospital brings together expert staff and world-class technology in a healing, family-centered environment.

Community Hospital provides a full range of medical services, including inpatient and outpatient surgery and emergency care. We have comprehensive diagnostic capabilities: state-of-the-art ultrasound, CT, digital mammography and cardiac testing.

We pride ourselves on delivering personalized care to our patients, and in working closely with physicians and other providers in treating the whole person. This approach has resonated with our patients, and we are growing to meet the community’s demand.

On Thursday, March 17th, 2016, Community Hospital opened a brand new, state-of-the-art hospital which boasts over 140,000 square feet and features 44 private patient rooms, a new labor and delivery unit and a more robust emergency department.

In the last three years, nearly 50 new providers have joined Community Hospital. In September 2016, Community Hospital partnered with two fellowship trained ear nose and throat (ENT) physicians to form Grand Valley ENT and Facial Plastic Surgeons. The newest members of the Community Hospital family offer full spectrum ENT services as well as specialty services in facial plastic surgery and reconstruction and pediatric otolaryngology.

In November 2016, Community Hospital announced the addition of two long-standing family medicine physicians in the Grand Valley. Stacia Baker, MD and William Hoisington, MD with Peach Valley Family Medical Center joined Community Hospital on January 1, 2017. Established in January 2000, Peach Valley Family Medical Center (now Peach Valley Primary Care) offers a full scope of medical care for the entire family, including infants, children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Community Hospital’s primary care services now span the entire Grand Valley, from Clifton to Fruita.

Community Hospital continues to see growth in both medical and radiation oncology since opening a full-service cancer center in 2014. Community Hospital proudly partners with the most tenured oncology physicians in the Grand Valley with more than 85 years combined experience. Community Hospital’s affiliation with the University of Utah and Huntsman Cancer Institute provides options and increases access to specialty care.

The Community Health Partnership (CHP) offered through Community Hospital helps local businesses realize significant health care savings. By partnering with Community Hospital, Mesa County Valley School District 51 saved nearly $2 million dollars in medical insurance claims in 2015. Mesa County and Strive enjoy similar savings for their employees by partnering with Community Hospital.

Additionally, Community Hospital has been the exclusive health care provider for the Grand Junction Rockies since 2012! Volumes have increased over 40% in the last year and inpatient market share has increased to 20% in the last two years. Community Hospital will continue to champion accessible, high quality and cost effective care for patients in the Grand Valley.

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The City of Grand Junction is a full-service municipal government organization providing a broad range of services for the citizens of Grand Junction. The organization, which employs over 600 full-time employees, is comprised of six departments: Public Works; Police; Fire; Parks and Recreation; Convention and Visitor Services; and Administration. Services provided by the City of Grand Junction are primarily funded by sales and use tax revenues, fees, property taxes, and grants.

Grand Junction was founded in 1882. In 1921, the citizens of Grand Junction voted to employ the Council-Manager form of government, which became popular in the early part of the 20th Century. This system combines the political leadership of elected officials with the managerial expertise of an appointed, professionally trained, local government manager. The members of the City Council are elected by the citizens of Grand Junction to make policy decisions and laws, similar to a board of directors in a private company. The City Council members select a Mayor from amongst themselves each year in May.

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FCI has grown from its founding in Grand Junction, Colorado in 1978 to a regional leader in commercial construction with offices in Longmont, Durango, Phoenix (Arizona), Cheyenne (Wyoming), Williston (North Dakota) and Aztec (New Mexico). Operating from six smaller offices across the region rather than traveling to building sites from a centralized hub means FCI personnel live and work in their home communities.

Recognized as one of Engineering News-Record’s Top 400 Contractors since 1998, FCI has been at the forefront of the industry in customer service, safety, technology, and sustainable building.

An employee-owned company, FCI’s 295 personnel are stockholders with a vested interest in the success of each and every client project; they work hard to provide the best value and service the industry has to offer. Philanthropic support and community engagement are fundamental to FCI’s corporate culture. FCI understands that the core values of any business are a direct reflection of its people. Driven by strong values of trust, hard work, honesty, and professionalism, FCI employee owners,

when not building client projects, can be found coaching little league, serving in leadership positions on non-profit boards of directors, fundraising for special projects, participating in service clubs, and reading with elementary school students in communities across the region.


Rocky Mountain Health Plans. We’re Colorado, too.

Mountain Health Plans (RMHP) began in 1974 by physicians and community leaders right here in Grand Junction. Founded on the fundamental idea that Coloradans deserve access to high-quality health care, RMHP remains true to this mission today by continually striving to do the right thing for our Members, partners, and communities. We demonstrate this commitment by working in collaboration with providers to manage health care costs and maximize quality. RMHP is proud to offer health insurance coverage to individuals of all ages and businesses of all sizes.

The health of our Members is our priority, so RMHP integrates preventive care, chronic illness programs, and acute care medical management into an approach that promotes overall wellness — not just payment for illness. We also offer one of the largest provider networks in the state, allowing Members to seek the care that’s right for them, from the provider that’s right for them.

We have seen many changes over the last 40+ years, but RMHP prides ourselves on our ability to adapt. By putting our Members first and working toward the good health of the communities where we live, work, and play, RMHP is able to uphold the standards our fellow Coloradans expect. Whether it’s online tools to help Members take control of their health or a conversation with a local, Grand Junction-based representative, RMHP provides the services our Members want and deserve.

RMHP puts our Members and partners at the center of everything we do. After all: We’re Colorado, too.

Healthcare doesn’t begin and end at your doctor’s office.

Whether you’re ill, injured or trying to maintain good health, it’s important to have the knowledge and resources you need. From personalized rehabilitation programs and online libraries, to support groups and seminars, we make sure you feel informed and empowered to manage your health and wellbeing when you’re not in our care.

St. Mary’s Medical Center works to provide the best healthcare in the nation through our patient first approach. Since we first opened our doors back in 1896, we’ve maintained an unwavering focus on fostering health and healing for the people in our community. As part of our commitment to excellence, we’re continuously finding new ways to take personalized care to the next level.

  • We have the region’s only Level II Trauma Center, which offers the highest level of specialized care for critically injured patients.
  • We’re home to the area’s most comprehensive Cancer Center offering the most advanced diagnostics and treatment in a peaceful, optimistic environment.
  • We enrich patients’ health and wellbeing by bridging modern treatments and healing traditions at our Integrative Health and Healing Center.
  • Heart and stroke patients receive treatment more quickly upon arrival at St. Mary’s Medical Center than any other hospital in the region. Our Heart and Neurovascular Center and Primary Stroke Center are also the region’s first.
  • We’re one of Colorado’s few Baby Friendly birthing centers, as recognized by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, both of which support breastfeeding and comprehensive education for new parents.
  • Our emergency department, which includes a Level II Trauma Center, specializes in caring for everyone in our community from our littlest patients to our eldest. Our expert emergency staff is here to help in every emergency.

When you choose St. Mary’s Medical Center, you aren’t limited to the doctors and nurses at our main location. You gain access to SCL Health’s coordinated, region-wide network of hospitals, clinics, general physicians, specialists, home healthcare, hospice, mental healthcare and safety net services.

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U.S. Bank’s rich heritage dates back to 1887 through Grand Valley National Bank, First National Bank in 1933, Central Bank of Grand Junction in 1987 and Colorado national Bank in 1993.

U.S. Bank has 22 branches and 31 ATMs in Western Colorado and its customers can access their accounts 24 hours a day via mobile banking, internet or telephone. The full-service branches are located at 422 White Ave., 2448 F Road and 569 32nd Road in Grand Junction and 412 Kokopelli Blvd. in Fruita. They are led by regional president Bill Burns, market president Randall Cupp and district manager Crystal Bell.

“U.S. Bank is proud to be part of the Grand Junction community,” said Cupp. “In addition to serving the financial needs of our retail, large and middle-market commercial, small business, private banking and trust clients – we are committed to our community. We give back not only through our donations and sponsorships but also with our time. At U.S. Bank, every employee is given up to 16 hours of paid time-off annually to volunteer locally. We take great pride in living and working in the Grand Junction community.”

U.S. Bank provides a diverse mix of products designed to help virtually anyone or any business achieve their financial goals. The bank also provides many types of mortgage loans and its loan officers work with the individual customer to find the right loan program, whether it is for a first-time homebuyer or someone who is refinancing a home they have owned for many years.

U.S. Bank serves businesses of any size, from an individual who is taking the first steps to start a small business, to a large company with a long history. The company offers a complete set of traditional and online services that can help any business stay ahead, including real-time cash flow management, working capital financing, payments options, trust services and equipment leasing. And of course, U.S. Bank provides traditional deposit and loan products to businesses as well.

U.S. Bank looks forward to the opportunity to meet you and help you achieve your financial goals.

Credit products are subject to normal credit approval and program guidelines. Some restrictions and fees may apply. See your banker for details. Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Equal Housing Lender. Member FDIC.

Since opening its doors in 1852, Wells Fargo has been dedicated to helping its customers – individuals and businesses – succeed financially by providing a full range of financial products, services and advice. Led locally by District Manager Philip Andrews, Wells Fargo’s 160 team members serve customers through six stores in Grand Junction and Clifton.

Equally important is Wells Fargo’s commitment to do its part to maintain the Grand Junction area as a dynamic, vibrant place to live, work and do business. Through many small acts of giving and volunteering, the local Wells Fargo team is working to make a big difference. Some of the local organizations Wells Fargo supported in 2016 include Camp Hope, Child and Migrant Services, Clifton Christian Church Food & Clothing Program, Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike and Trail Association, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Girls on the Run, Grand Junction Imagination Library, Grand Valley Zoological Quest, Harmony Acres Equestrian Center, Kids Aid,  Mesa County RSVP, Musicspark, Riverside Educational Center,  The Counseling & Education Center, Thrift Shop of Fruita, Western Colorado Suicide Prevention Foundation and Young Life Grand Valley.

Statewide, Wells Fargo contributed several million dollars to Colorado nonprofit organizations and the company’s team members volunteered tens of thousands of hours in their local communities.

For information about joining the Chairman’s Circle: Contact Trisha Martinez at » (970) 242.3214 » (800) 352.5286