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Centennial Bank and Trust adds executive VP

Stacey Pitschka has 20 years of banking experience


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Stacey Pitschka

Centennial Bank and Trust has promoted Stacey Pitschka to executive vice president, retail banking manager.

The bank also has added Gustavo Prado as banking center manager at the downtown Denver location, and Marcus Meston as banking center manager in Englewood.

“We continue to add to our talented team of bankers and senior leadership in the Denver metro area as we expand our service offering throughout Colorado to better serve our customers,” Centennial Bank and Trust President Steve Ward said.

Pitschka has 20 years of experience in the banking industry. She has been with Centennial Bank and Trust since 2014, after serving as retail banking for Mutual of Omaha Bank’s west region. She currently oversees retail banking for Centennial Bank and Trust’s 17 locations throughout Colorado as executive vice president, retail banking manager.

About Centennial Bank and Trust

Centennial Bank and Trust, a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA, Inc., (NASDAQ: HTLF), is a state-chartered community-invested bank with 17 banking centers throughout Coloradoi With a focus on business and personal lending, and deposit services, Centennial is dedicated to making Great Things Happen!™ for its customers. Centennial Bank and Trust is a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender. 

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