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Avon, CO (July 19, 2019)

Jeris Romero

ANB Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeris Romeo as community bank president of its Avon Banking Center. Through building strong and lasting business relationships, he finds the best solutions for customers to fit their financial needs. He will oversee branch and business banking operations and lead his team of bankers in creating a friendly, knowledgeable and service-oriented branch.

“ANB Bank offers the resources and flexibility to allow our customers to succeed. We take pride in seeing our customers’ growth impacting the Vail Valley community in many positive ways,” says Romeo.

Prior to joining ANB Bank, Jeris gained over a decade of banking experience through retail and commercial relationship management roles for a large financial institution, as well as a Market President role for a community bank. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO.

“Jeris has a commitment to the community, extensive leadership skills and a strong customer service focus,” stated John Ward, regional president of ANB Bank. “His experience and drive will be an asset to the Avon team.”

Romeo enjoys volunteering within his community. He was previously involved with Junior Achievement and on the board for an HOA before moving to the Vail Valley. He looks forward to giving more time back to the Vail Valley community and being a part of the bank’s volunteer program.

Across the ANB footprint, the bank has 32 banking centers serving customers in Colorado, Wyoming, and the Kansas City metro area. Its parent company is the Sturm Financial Group, Inc., headquartered in Denver, Colorado. ANB Bank has financial strength embodied in $2.6 billion in assets, and ranks in the top 8% of banks nationwide by size and is a true community bank with an unwavering commitment to excellence. The bank helps each of its communities prosper through investment, sponsorship, philanthropy, and employee volunteerism. It is a passion ANB has for banking that makes the difference.