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  • July 23, 2014

Jackson Hole, Wyo – July 23, 2014 – First Western Trust is pleased to announce a new addition to its Jackson Hole team. As Senior Relationship Manager, Lending, Patti Stancarone will partner with business clients on all aspects of their relationships with First Western.  In conjunction with the local Jackson team, she will assist clients in the areas of lending, treasury management and wealth planning.

Patti was previously a senior commercial relationship manager at Bank of the West.  While at Bank of the West, she was a member of the President’s Club, which recognizes top performers within the bank.  She was also product manager for TIAA-CREF in New York City.  Patti received her Bachelor of Science in Business from the College of Staten Island.

“First Western Trust takes pride in our ability to develop relationships with our clients to help them simplify their complex financial pictures,” said Jim Gersack, president of First Western Trust’s Jackson Hole office.  “Patti’s addition to our team will expand our capabilities to foster these important relationships and help our clients achieve their lending goals in coordination with all of their wealth management needs.”


About First Western Trust

First Western Trust is uniquely positioned as the best private bank for the Western wealth management client by providing tailored solutions in the areas of wealth planning, private banking, investment management, and trusts and estates to meet client’s complex financial needs. With further specialties in retirement services, insurance, philanthropic services, and business banking, First Western delivers direct access to subject matter experts and sophisticated services through local, team-based relationships. First Western’s services are integrated through ConnectView, a proprietary approach that considers a client’s entire financial picture in designing integrated solutions to reach short- and long-term goals. Built specifically for clients based in the West, the firm has offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, and Wyoming.