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Centennial Bank and Trust add multiple new members to its team

Centennial Bank and Trust brings four new people on board in April 2017


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Centennial Bank and Trust announces it has added Juan Evans as banking center manager at its Broomfield location, Joseph Corte as banking center manager in Breckenridge and David Mosher as banking center manager covering Vail and Edwards. Garrick Sasa has joined as financial consultant for HTLF Investment Services located at Centennial Bank and Trust in Golden.

“We continue to add experienced bankers to our team to provide the highest level of service to our business and personal banking customers throughout Colorado,” says Steve Ward, president, Centennial Bank and Trust.

Evans joins Centennial Bank and Trust to manage the Broomfield Banking Center. He is a second-generation banker with more than 10 years of experience in financial services and small business banking.

Corte comes to Centennial Bank and Trust with a decade of retail banking experience to manage the bank’s Breckenridge location. His background includes a focus on community development, business banking and real estate secured lending.

​Mosher is an experienced banking center manager previously with Community Banks of Colorado. He is actively involved in a variety of community, civic and professional organizations in the Vail Valley.

Sasa has extensive experience in investments, insurance, pre- and post-retirement and estate planning. Prior to joining HTLF Investment Services located at Centennial Bank and Trust, Sasa was a financial consultant at Wells Fargo Advisors and Edward Jones. 


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 assets of more than $901 million and 17 banking centers located in Boulder, Breckenridge, Broomfield, Centennial, Conifer, Downtown Denver, Edwards, Englewood, Erie, Evergreen, Golden, Idaho Springs, Nederland, Steamboat Springs, Thornton, Vail and Winter Park. With a focus on business and personal lending and deposit services, Centennial is dedicated to making "Great Things Happen!™" for its customers. Visit www.centennialbanking.com or call 303.460.4718 to learn more. Centennial Bank and Trust is a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.   

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