STATE BANK OF SOUTHERN UTAH BLOG

Levi Judd- Loan Officer



 

Levi Judd started his banking career at State Bank in 2006 in Cedar City, he then moved to the St. George River Road branch when it first opened in 2007. He will now be working with the Business Solutions Team at the St. George Boulevard branch. Levi is from Kanab, Utah. He graduated from Southern Utah University with a Bachelor’s of Finance and an MBA. Levi loves to spend time with his wife and three children, playing tennis, golfing, watching movies and any other fun adventure they can come up with.  He loves working at State Bank because of the community feel the bank has, including local decisions and the ease of getting deals done. He says, “at SBSU, I feel like my suggestions and ideas will be heard and can make a difference.” 




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Topics: Loan, Bio, Banking


Wendy Thomas - Branch Manager



Wendy grew up in Sandy, Utah and has spent the last 18 years in St. George. Before coming to work for State Bank, she worked in the real estate industry. Wendy loves spending time with her six children and four grandchildren. She enjoys being outside and spending time on the lake. She is excited to work at State Bank because it feels like family and the support she has received is outstanding in the short time she has worked here. Wendy is the Branch Manager and Lending Specialist in our Orderville branch.

Contact Wendy about any of your lending ending needs at 435-648-2216 or online at sbsu.com




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Fraudulent secret accounts



Paying Bills with Secret Accounts at the Federal Reserve is Illegal!

Misinformation is circulating on social media platforms falsely claiming that consumers can use certain routing numbers and their Social Security Numbers (SSNs) to pay bills from “secret accounts” at the Federal Reserve, government agencies or some banks. 




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Topics: Cybersecurity, Banking Security, Fraud, Paying Bills


The Equifax Breach



The Equifax Breach

As you may have heard, Equifax, one of the three major credit bureaus in the U.S. announced a data breach potentially impacting 143 million people. The leaked information included personal information such as names, birth dates, social security numbers, addresses, and other identifying information. Reports also indicate that at least 209,000 credit card numbers have been compromised.




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Topics: Cybersecurity, Banking Security, Card Fraud, SecurLock Equip


Teresa Holmes - Consumer Loan Officer



Teresa has worked for State Bank for 17 years and previously worked at Associates Financial for 15 years.  She was born in Gunnison, UT, but considers Cedar City her home because she has lived here since before she started grade school, and graduated from Cedar High School.  Teresa has been married for 39 years and has 3 children and 6 grandchildren.  She loves to read, cook, sew, and mostly spend time with her grandchildren, children, and her husband at their cabins. She loves working for State Bank because of the atmosphere, the people she works with, and the customers she gets to meet and interact with.




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Topics: Loan, Bio, Banking


About SBSU

Hometown banking was established in southern Utah with the opening of State Bank of Southern Utah in 1957.

Hometown banking is important because people who live and work in southern Utah make the decisions. Bank employees and officers understand the banking needs of area residents because they are affected by the same economic climate. Find out what hundreds already know - hometown banking is better.

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