Colorado (PRWEB) October 10, 2007
The Community Foundation of Greeley and Weld County announced today that Cheryl Jarchow, Vice President of First Western Trust Bank, was the recipient of the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County's 2007 Dick Doyle Professional Advisors Award, presented annually to an advisor in Weld County who has made an impact on the growth of the Community Foundation.
Ms. Jarchow's work with clients to promote philanthropy has led to the addition of the Lucile J. Gray amphitheater at the Poudre Learning Center, a new scholarship endowment that will be funded from the proceeds of a charitable gift annuity and a donor designated fund for the Platteville Museum at the Community Foundation.
"We are honored and proud to have Ms. Jarchow on our team," said Bud Noffsinger, President of First Western Trust Bank. "Her dedication to the greater good of the community both professionally and personally is a great example of selfless generosity."
"Cheryl's commitment to her community is a wonderful resource for all of us, and it is with equal parts admiration and dedication that we honor her," said Judy Knapp, President of the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County.
The mission of the Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County is to facilitate the desires of donors in order to develop growing endowments which will serve to improve the quality of life in our communities.
Ms. Jarchow is also involved with the Gloria Christi Lutheran Church finance committee (past chair), Friends of a Woman's Place Board of Directors, the Northern Colorado Estate Planning Council and the Greeley Rotary Club.
About First Western Trust Bank:
First Western Trust Bank (http://www.fwtb.com), the West's premier private bank and trust company, is the only private bank to comprehensively integrate private banking, investment management, personal trust and wealth planning for high net worth individuals and their families. With $1.35 billion under management, First Western fields a team of experienced professionals to deliver personalized wealth management solutions for each individual client. First Western Trust Bank has offices in downtown Denver, Boulder, Cherry Creek, and Fort Collins that specialize in serving the needs of the entrepreneurial spirit of the West. An office in Scottsdale, AZ will be opening in fourth quarter 2007. For more information, please visit http://www.fwtb.com or call 303-531-8100.
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