Cache Valley Bank announces new management team for Southern Utah

Cache Valley Bank management team, south region, St. George, Utah, circa October 2016 | Publicity photo courtesy of Cache Valley Bank, St. George News

ST. GEORGE –  Cache Valley Bank, Washington County’s largest community bank, announced Tuesday that John T. Jones has joined the bank as president of its south region.

Jones will be replacing Scott Colton, who honorably served as president since 2012.  Colton will continue to serve in several different capacities within the bank, most notably as a member of the bank’s board of directors. Jones comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience within the banking industry, having spent over 18 years with several different financial institutions, most recently, Zions Bank as vice president/senior relationship manager.

The bank also announced the formation of the Southern Management Group, a local management committee consisting of Jones as president; Kenneth Miller and Russel Imlay as senior vice presidents; and Michelle Harris, as newly appointed vice president.

“Through teamwork,” Harris said, “this local management team assists the bank by providing community insight and quick response to our customers and valuable employees.”

“I feel invigorated by the opportunity to serve within the community in this capacity at Cache Valley Bank,” Jones said, adding, “I believe that Cache Valley Bank offers the best mix of, community based decision-making and financial strength, that families and businesses can find.  There’s not a better group to work with in Southern Utah.”

Cache Valley Bank is headquartered in Logan, has over $950 million in assets and has 13 offices across the state. It is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

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