STATE BANK OF SOUTHERN UTAH BLOG

Beth Shipp - Consumer Loan Officer



State Bank of Southern Utah would like to welcome new Consumer Loan Officer Beth Shipp to the Richfield branch. Beth grew up in Dahlonega, Georgia and went to school here in Southern Utah at Dixie State.




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Evan Thomas - Commercial Loan Officer



State Bank of Southern Utah would like to welcome new Commercial Loan Officer Evan Thomas to the River Road branch in St. George. Evan was born and raised in San Dimas, California. Evan attended BYU where he got his bachelors degree in sociology and then went on to Utah State University where he finished with his MBA.




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Layne Barney - Agricultural Loan Officer



Meet Layne Barney, an Agricultural Loan Officer at State Bank of Southern Utah. Layne has worked at State Bank’s Richfield Branch for 10 months. He enjoys working with his fellow State Bank employees, helping customers and being involved in community events. Layne grew up in Monroe Utah, attended Southern Utah University and graduated with a degree in Agricultural Science. Layne and his wife Jacee have a two year old son, Boston, and are expecting another boy in June! He enjoys hunting, 4-wheeling and refereeing basketball games. As a lifelong southern Utah resident, Layne has a thorough knowledge of the financial market in Sevier County.




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Topics: State Bank of Southern Utah, Employee, Richfield Utah, Southern Utah Lending, Employees, Agricultural Loans, Loans, Employee Bio


Tami Spencer - Consumer Loan Officer



Tami is a long time employee at State Bank of Southern Utah. 2014 starts her 14th year with State Bank, with six years specializing in lending. Tami was born and raised in Cedar City, attended Southern Utah University and is married with four children. Her favorite part about working at State Bank is the great customers and employees she works with everyday. As a lifelong Cedar City resident Tami understands the needs of those living in southern Utah and is willing to assist with any consumer lending needs.




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Topics: Personal, Employee, Bio, Consumer Lending, Southern Utah Lending, Lending, Loans, Employee Bio, Tami Spencer


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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