Friday, January 15, 2016

Local Bank hosts open house

The Eastern Colorado Bank hosting two Open Houses
before moving to downtown Limon

 The Limon branch of The Eastern Colorado Bank, 580 V Ave., will move downtown, to 790 Main Street, on Monday, Feb. 8, 2016.

The Eastern Colorado Bank has purchased the First National Denver Limon branch, to offer improved services in a larger and better facility, with a centralized location.

In order to provide an opportunity for new and existing customers to learn about the transition or visit the new location, The Eastern Colorado Bank will host two Open Houses, from 5:30-7:30 pm on Wednesday, Jan. 27, and from 10:00 am-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30, at 790 Main Street.

Invitations with more details of these events were mailed to customers of both banks this week.
During the Open Houses, current customers of First National Denver will receive
a Conversion Kit, which includes complimentary checks with The Eastern Colorado Bank name, a new VISA® Check Card, a new Account Guide, an Account Disclosure and a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

Customers of The Eastern Colorado Bank are also invited to attend, to see the new location and meet the new employees.

Officers and Staff from The Eastern Colorado Bank and First National Denver - Limon branch will be available at that time to answer any questions.

 For those First National Bank customers who are unable to attend one of the Open Houses, The Eastern Colorado Bank will mail or hand-deliver a Conversion Kit to the most current address on file by Monday, Feb. 1.

If there are any concerns about this delivery, please contact The Eastern Colorado Bank Limon branch at (719) 775-0990 to set up delivery arrangements.

At the new location, customers will have access to the services they are accustomed to: on-site leadership and decision-making, full mortgage services, as well as the addition of safe deposit boxes.
“We hope to meet all of the new and existing customers during our Open Houses,” said Limon Branch President David M. Hubbard. “We are eager to move into our new building downtown and want to make this transition as easy as possible for our customers.”

Since 1944, The Eastern Colorado Bank has been dedicated to business professionals, small businesses, and agricultural producers in both rural and urban markets in Colorado and western Kansas. The Bank offers a family-friendly environment in which to work, while maintaining and encouraging the highest levels of professionalism. The Eastern Colorado Bank’s success as a financial institution depends wholly on the success of its clients and employees.

Victor and Leona Weed, along with several investors, opened the first location in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, 71 years ago. In 2000, the branch in Limon opened, followed by the Colorado Springs location in 2003, Sharon Springs, Kansas, in 2010, and Burlington and Kit Carson, Colorado, in 2012.
The Eastern Colorado Bank leadership that will continue to serve in Limon includes David M. Hubbard, Limon Branch President, Brad A. Harr, Vice President Lending, and Amy Ruebesam, Deposit Operations Officer. During its 71-year history, the Bank has remained family owned. Greg J. Weed is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer; Mary L. Weed is Vice Chairman of the Board; and Megan L. (Weed) Harmon is Chief Operating Officer.

For more information, please stop by the current branch at 580 V Ave., or call 719-775-0990, or visit

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