ANB Bank Announces Kevin Couch as New Banking Officer

Gillette, Wyo. (July 6, 2017)

ANB Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Couch to assistant vice president in commercial lending. Couch will serving the bank’s business customers with deposit services, and lending solutions that fit what matters most to them. He brings with him a strong knowledge of the community, excellent customer service and strong commitment to the ANB team and the Gillette community.

“Kevin is known for providing personalized customer service and exemplifying what we look for in a commercial lending officer: he is a team player with high energy and great problem-solving skills,” said Tim Anderson, ANB Bank community bank president.

Couch brings over 15 years of managerial experience to his role. Prior to joining ANB Bank, Couch was the general manager for a new and prosperous local start-up company. He also has extensive experience as a project manager in the technology sector.

Couch is very active in the community and donates his time to many local non-profit organizations. He is currently a coach for several city youth league sports teams, as well as a board member for the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce. He has also served on the planning committee for the annual Prairie Wind Cultural Festival. He is looking forward to continuing his support with various non-profit organizations in Gillette through the Bank’s employee volunteer network.

Across the ANB footprint, the bank has 30 banking centers serving customers in Wyoming, Colorado, and the Kansas City, Kansas metro area. Its parent company, Sturm Financial Group, Inc. is headquartered in Denver Colorado and has financial strength embodied in over $2.6 billion in assets. ANB Bank ranks in the top 6% of banks nationwide by size and is a true community bank with an unwavering commitment to excellence. The bank helps each of its communities prosper through investment, sponsorship, philanthropy, and employee volunteerism. It is a passion ANB has for banking that makes the difference.