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Randy Ilich

President and Chief Executive Officer

Colorado Federal Savings Bank

HQ Phone:  (303) 793-3555

Email: r***@***.com

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Colorado Federal Savings Bank

8400 East Prentice Avenue Suite 545

Englewood, Colorado,80111

United States

Company Description

Colorado Federal Savings Bank, headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, is a federally insured bank serving communities across Colorado and the United States. In addition to offering traditional consumer banking savings products, Colorado Federal provides... more.

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Association President

The Achiever


President

National Achiever Association


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Randy Ilich
Colorado Federal Savings Bank


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We think you'll enjoy hearing, in their own words, how JA impacted Heidi and Randy Ilich all those years ago, and paved the way for their daughter to continue making a difference in the lives of local students:
The Achiever's Association president, Randy Ilich. Later, we both attended the Junior Achievement Management Conference on the campus of UCLA in Southern California…Randy was campaigning for President of the National Achiever Association. On our last night, there was a dance and Randy asked me to save the last few for him. Several months later, we were off to Bloomington, Indiana the site of NAJAC-the National Association Junior Achievement Conference. Randy was running for President of NAJAC and he was honored to have the experience to represent the Western states. Randy's family emigrated from Serbia and his father was a Serbian Orthodox priest serving in Saratoga, California. His father passed when he was only 13 and his brother 16. The family was reeling from shock and near financial ruin, with his mom trying her best to keep things running. Baba, (who did not speak English) was living with them and his brother dropped out of high school and into a very deep depression. Sports were a release for Randy and as he grew, scouts came to watch him play baseball. The San Francisco Giant's farm offered him a contract, but by then Randy was also involved in Junior Achievement. He realized that it was more prudent to take control of his family and their business, rather than follow the sports dream. JA showed him it was possible. My senior year and I had to decide what I was going to do with myself. I knew that my parents could ill afford college tuition, and besides, I had no clue as to what I really wanted to be. In the mean time, Randy had befriended a woman who owned a travel agency that was being sold. We decided to jump in and go for it! Our travel agency was called Sullivan's Travels. Randy and I worked together for a few months, along with our 7 employees, but then it became apparent that someone needed to make some real money. He went to work as a telemarketer selling loans for a bank. I was only 17 and not legally able to sign contracts when we first started. We had to hire someone to approve my weekly report to the airlines. It was a very difficult time, but we were determined to make it work. Meanwhile, Randy worked his way up in the bank to loan agent and was out in the field. He talked to his customers about our business, and sent customers our way. I did my best to educate myself in the industry and finding niche markets. Randy and I married when I was 22, and our business was thriving. Several airlines including Pan American and Lufthansa gave us awards for our sales to the European markets. We were also honored to become citizens of Disneyland due to the amount of business we sent their way. Many years have gone by since those days. Randy became the President, CEO of Colorado Federal Savings Bank. He steered the bank from $30 million in assets to over $2 billion and most recently was promoted to Vice Chairman. Heidi and Randy Ilich Junior Achievement classes of 1978-1982 Heidi and Randy Ilich


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In the top photo House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank is flanked to the left by Randy Ilich of Colorado Federal Savings Bank and Ron Romig of Citizens Savings and Loan to the right.


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Mr. Randy Ilich, President and CEO, Colorado Federal Savings Bank, Greenwood Village, Colorado
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Mr. Randy Ilich, President and CEO, Colorado Federal Savings Bank, Greenwood Village, Colorado
Total Votes Cast for Mr. Ilich - 133,059


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