MID-STATE BANK & TRUST NAMES GENE ALARCON
AS CORPORATE BANKING OFFICER FOR NORTHERN SANTA BARBARA COUNTYSANTA MARIA, CA – Gene Alarcon has been named a corporate banking officer for Mid-State Bank & Trust's northern Santa Barbara County region, announced James W. Lokey, the Bank's president and chief executive officer.
Based in the Bank's South Broadway Office in Santa Maria, Alarcon
is responsible for commercial business development and new and renewal commercial loans.A banker for 27 years, Alarcon moved to his new post from the Bank's Santa Barbara office, where he was vice president and corporate banking officer.He joined Mid-State Bank & Trust in 1992 as manager of its Nipomo Office, before being promoted to the Corporate Banking Department the following year.Alarcon began his career with Bank of America and later spent 12 years with First Interstate Bank of California, where he progressed to vice president and business banker.Alarcon received his associate of arts degree in economics from Imperial Valley College and studied accounting at San Diego State University.He is currently attending the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Colorado.
A long-time Central Coast resident, Alarcon lives in Orcutt.He
is one of the Bank's top fundraisers for the March of Dimes' annual WalkAmerica event.
For 40 years, Mid-State Bank & Trust
has provided its customers with a friendly, home-based, community oriented bank.With assets of $1.8 billion and 39 office locations, Mid-State Bank & Trust
serves almost 115,000 California Coast households and employs approximately 850 San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura County residents.Mid-State Bank & Trust…Partners in Your Community Since 1961.