D.L. Evans Bank has announced the promotion of Mason Frederickson as assistant vice president commercial loan officer for the Ketchum branch, where he will be assisting customers in the lending process. He has been with D.L. Evans Bank for four years working as a management intern and commercial loan officer. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho in molecular biology and biotechnology. He also serves as the treasurer for the Blaine County Housing Authority, treasurer for the Building Contractors Association of Wood River Valley and as a board member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America-Northern Intermountain Division.
D.L. Evans Bank also announced the promotion of Bridget Kostial to vice president business banking officer for the eastern Idaho area. She will be helping business clients in their respective areas with their business online banking, merchant services and remote deposit needs. She has been with D.L. Evans Bank since last year and she has 12 years of previous banking experience and earned her bachelor’s degree from Xavier University. She is working with the Chamber of Commerce.
Sarah Funk has joined D.L. Evans Bank as operations supervisor at the Hailey branch. As an operations supervisor, she will oversee operations of the branch and other members on her team while serving her customers. She has a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from Boise State University and a Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University in Shreveport. She volunteers with the NAMI and has volunteered for the Jerome Chamber of Commerce.
D.L. Evans Bank also announced the promotion of Taylor Crossley to assistant vice president commercial loan officer for the Ammon branch. There he will be assisting customers in the lending process from small personal loans to business and corporate loans. He has been with D.L. Evans Bank for four years. His previous roles consisted of being a management intern and commercial loan officer. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in agronomy, crop and soil science. He serves as a board member at the Exchange Club of Idaho Falls and the CEI Business Management Advisory Board and volunteers for his church.
D.L. Evans Bank also announced Betty Jo Staley’s promotion to assistant vice president commercial loan officer for the South Burley branch. She will be responsible for business development and marketing of existing and prospective customers. She has been with D.L. Evans bank for eight years with four years prior banking experience. She has held the title of loan assistant, operations supervisor, management intern and commercial loan office prior to her promotion. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in business finance from Southern Utah University. She is active in her community with various local FFA programs and serving as the secretary/treasurer for the Oakley Vigilantes for five years.