New hours announced for Grand Mountain Bank VP
Grand Mountain Bank President and CEO Frank DeLay announced that Vice President Amy Hoover will keep office hours in the Fraser Branch starting on Friday, Sept. 7.
Hoover, the bank’s chief mortgage lending officer, will be in the Fraser Branch from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each Friday to welcome prospective mortgage clients and real estate professionals to her office to discuss Grand Mountain Bank’s 30-year fixed mortgage rates. Although Hoover is normally in the Granby office Monday through Thursday, she is available at any of the Bank’s other offices by appointment.
In addition to home mortgage loans, she also manages other consumer loan requests.
“We are excited to expand our availability with Amy in Fraser to assist our mortgage customers with their home financing needs,” DeLay said. “I’m sure our customers will enjoy Amy’s approachability and responsiveness.”
Hoover is a five-year resident of Grand County and has been involved in various aspects of the banking business since obtaining a master’s degree in geochemistry from Rice University in May 2007. Hoover is taking on the lending responsibilities of Eric Anderson, who left the bank on Sept. 4 to pursue new opportunities on the Front Range.
DeLay also announced the addition of Linda Verges to the Grand Mountain Bank lending team. Verges comes to Grand Mountain Bank from Oklahoma with a strong background in loan workouts, fraud prevention and financial crime investigations. She will provide her residential and commercial loan expertise from the Granby office.
“Linda brings to Grand Mountain a set of finely honed skills that will be most helpful in continuing to build our residential mortgage portfolio and help existing borrowers,” he said. To speak with either of these two lending professionals, call the Granby Branch, 970-887-1221.
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