Jennifer Landini has been appointed regional market president of Bank of the San Juans.
Landini succeeds Steve Irion, who retired after 34 years in the banking industry, 28 of those in Grand Junction.
Landini oversees three bank locations in Grand Junction and one each in Craig, Meeker, Oak Creek, Rangely and Steamboat Springs. She brings to her duties more than a decade of commercial lending experience in Western Colorado — four of that at Bank of the San Juans, most recently as senior vice president. She holds a bachelor’s of business administration degree in accounting from Colorado State University.
“Jen’s boundless energy and keen understanding of the needs of the Western Slope and its diverse communities will be an invaluable resource for bank customers,” said Art Chase president and chief executive officer of Bank of the San Juans, a division of Glacier Bank.
While Irion will retire from his day-to-day duties, he will continue to serve on the bank board of directors and loan committee. “We’re thrilled for Steve and his well-earned retirement,” Chase said.
Bank of the San Juans operates 20 locations in Colorado. For more information, visit www.bankofthesanjuans.com.