Alpine Bank

The 2023 Alpine Way Book

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If you are new to Alpine Bank, welcome to our team. If you are among the many loyal investors, board members or employees who have shared in our success over the years, thank you for holding true to Alpine Bank's values of Independence, Integrity, Community, Compassion, and Loyalty. As you flip through the pages of this booklet, my hope is you get a clear picture of how important YOU are to the success of the bank. Since 1973, we've worked to create a culture at Alpine Bank that is inspired by caring. We care about our customers, our communities, and our employees. We learned many years ago that the success of our bank reflects the well-being of the communities we serve. We are proud of the relationships we have forged in our service area. So, how do we continue to be a bank of choice? It's important we find employees who share our values. Who are inspired to make the place we live, work, and play, the best it can be. For more than 50 years we have put our communities first and we will continue to do that for the next 50 years and beyond. Because the most valuable thing one person can give to another is caring. When you care, everything else just follows. Thank you for caring. Bob Young | Glenwood Springs Chairman Employee Owner since 1973 VALUES Independence Remaining an employee-owned company Community Giving support to the communities we live and work in is vital to our business growth; allowing us to enhance our personal opportunities and lifestyle Compassion Showing concern, respect for cultural, racial, religious needs, actively demonstrating attentive listening skills, and knowing our customers by calling them by their names Integrity Always doing what you say you will do and standing up for what you believe in, supported with ethics and morality Loyalty Doing the right thing for others and our communities even when it's not convenient or bottom-line driven These are the values of Alpine Bank. We asked our employees, "Which of these values do you relate to?" Here are their replies... CULTURE Defined as a set of shared values, goals, attitudes and practices that characterize an organization.

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