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Justin Barnes - Commercial Loan Officer



 Justin grew up in Cedar City and has always had a great love for sports and the outdoors. He enjoys being a husband and father and watching his children grow, and especially loves spending time with them at their cabin in the mountains. He graduated from Southern Utah University with a double major in Accounting and Business Management and has been in the banking industry for more than 14 years. His favorite part of working for State Bank is being able to help the community with their financial needs. He also appreciates the personable atmosphere and that decisions are made locally.




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Topics: Bio, Cedar City, Loans


Trever Whittaker - Mortgage Loan Officer



As an avid outdoorsman Trever Whittaker enjoys hunting, snowboarding, four-wheeling, and anything that takes him outside. Trever comes to us from Richfield Utah, where his father Bret Whittaker is a Chiropractor.

Trever attended school at Snow College and obtained his Bachelors in business, and MBA at Southern Utah University. While attending SUU Trever met his wife, Anna, where it took as he said “two and a half years to convince her to date him, and one week to convince her to marry him”.

Since beginning work at State Bank in September, Trever has been impressed by the feelings of community and involvement that State Bank exemplifies. We are excited to have Trever as a part of our team and excited for the contributions he will make towards serving Southern Utah as a part of our Mortgage loan team.

Contact Trever for any of your mortgage lending needs.

twhittaker@sbsu.com

435-865-2383




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Topics: Mortgage Loan Officer, Mortgage, Employees, Mortgage Lending, Cedar City, Southern Utah, Employee Bio, Mortgage Loans, Trever Whittaker


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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