Benchmark Bank’s Blog - Category: “BMB Employee Spotlight”

BMB Employee Spotlight: Jason McCain

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Jason McCain, Vice President/IT, has been an invaluable Benchmark Bank employee for over 16 years.  Throughout the past year, Jason has worked tirelessly to implement innovative products to enhance our customer’s experience including Real Time Banking, Mobile Apps, Mobile Deposit and ATM Deposits.  Additionally, he continues to provide set up and support for all of our entities (Bank, Title, Wealth, Correspondent, Retail and Wholesale) and their ever-changing IT needs.  Jason always takes these projects in stride, is a pleasure to work with and remains thorough until the task is completed.

Thank you, Jason, for keeping Benchmark Bank technologically sound and savvy!

BMB Employee Spotlight: Wendy Skorburg

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Wendy Skorburg, Senior Vice President responsible for Risk Management at Benchmark Bank, recently graduated from the Colorado School of Banking after completing her third year of courses.

The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado program is built around core courses which are based in the fundamental concepts of community banking. The learning objectives of GSBC are to master the concepts of Lending, Financial Management, General Management and Leadership/Human Resources.

Congratulations to Wendy on this accomplishment!

BMB Employee Spotlight: Carlene Baxter

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Carlene Baxter- Invaluable Employee, Mentor and Friend.

Bank, Mortgage, Title…you name it, Carlene has done it and always done it well. On July 19, 2013 Carlene will celebrate her 24th year with Benchmark Bank and in that time has become the ‘go to’ person in the Benchmark family. The breadth and depth of her knowledge in all facets of the bank and title company are unparalleled, yet she retains the ability to be a friend and confidante to all. BMB President Bill Brewer describes her as, “my most important person” and that depiction is shared by many.

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