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Bank expanding to Saratoga

 

November 3, 2022



Bank of Commerce (BOC), a community bank headquartered in

Rawlins, Wyoming, will expand its footprint in Carbon County with the opening of a Loan Production Office (LPO) in Saratoga, Wyoming. Nicole Murry, BOC Marketing Administrator says, “Although we areanxious to get going, our official open date is yet to be determined. We have been held up by delayed office furniture and equipment delivery.” The new office, located at 217 N 1st Street will be led byDennis Kilmer, Vice President / Loan Officer and Karen Youngberg, Office Manager. The pair will be supported by the lending team and entire staff at Bank of Commerce. Karen is a Saratoga native and has nearly 43 years of experience in banking in the Saratoga community. She says, “Bank of Commerce has

been helping valley residents for many years and we are excited to further support these communities by bringing a Loan Production Office to Saratoga.” Dennis Kilmer brings 20 years of experience in mortgage lending. “Dennis has developed key relationships with realtors, builders and developers in the valley which has led to valuable referral business” says Copper France, President & CEO. Kilmer says, ”We believe that better banking builds a better community, and we look forward to serving you at our

new location.”

While the Loan Production Office isn’t a full-service branch, the expansion will support customers who are looking for a banking partner that is focused on community and making local decisions. As Carbon County’s only locally-owned bank, Bank of Commerce keeps its promise to continually strive to live up to the banks mission to “Be a Better Bank” by doing things like opening the Saratoga LPO for the convenience of our customers. Copper France noted that ultimately, the bank would like to convert the Loan Production Office into a full-service branch, but that process will take some additional time and resources.

All bank products and services can be found at http://www.bocrawlins.com.

 

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