Kelli Young

Kelli L. Young

Branch Manager at D. L. Evans Bank

Location:
375 N. Overland Ave., Burley, Idaho, United States
HQ Phone:
(208) 678-6000

General Information

Education

Wood River High School

Affiliations

Treasurer - Blaine County Historical Museum

Board Member - Sheep Festival

Member - Hailey Rotary

Treasurer - Manager D.L. Evans Bank

Active Member of the Community, President and Member - Wood River Lions Club

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The Trailing of the Sheep Festival - Board of Directors

Kelli Young
With more than 25 years experience in banking, Kelli Young is currently branch manager at the D.L. Evans Bank in Hailey. Young has worked for D.L. Evans Bank team for the past three years, and previously held the position of business development and operations officer. She is a lifelong member of the Hailey Community and is a member of the Wood River Lions Club, Hailey Rotary, and Blaine County Historical Museum.

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Kelly Young - DL Evans Bank
13 E Bullion St, Hailey

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Kelli Young chats with a customer from her desk at D.L. Evans Bank.
Knowing her clients both professionally and personally can be tricky, but Young says working with people using her head and heart gives her extra job satisfaction. "I remember going into the bank and the manager was just this bigger-than-life guy," said Kelli Young, manager of the Hailey Branch of D. L. Evans Bank. Young and fellow D. L. Evans Manager Susan Morgan Share had slightly different experiences. Young said she agrees female success is about setting a goal and determining to meet it. "It's the journey you want to go on," she said. Young also said she worked various jobs before her current role, though not all of them in banking. Her first job was at the Mercantile in Hailey, where she waited on many employees of the First Security Bank down the street. "They liked my personality," she said, and when she went into the bank to make a truck payment for her dad in 1979, she was offered a job. Still, she said, she didn't consider it her career. "I thought, 'Oh, this will be something fun to learn,'" she said. Young said that sometimes making financial decisions about people whom she knows personally could pose a problem, but she always steps back and looks at the problem professionally. "Sometimes, I have to step back and say, 'I have to think with my head and not my heart,'" she said.

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