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FNBA: Bank announces a number of personnel moves

First National Bank Alaska’s Board of Directors recently appointed a wealth of talented professionals to officer positions.

Denise Brown Robinson was named Corporate Marketing Director and appointed Vice President. As a lifelong Alaskan, Brown Robinson brings more than a decade of local branding and integrated marketing experience to First National.

Richard McCrorie was appointed Compliance Officer. He’s worked in numerous banking areas since 1981, including audit, financial analysis and underwriting.

Sami Eisenman was appointed to Loan Officer at the Homer Branch. A graduate of First National’s Management Associate program, she is currently working as interim Branch Manager of the Sitka Branch.

Also a Management Associate program graduate, Craig Bisgard was named Loan Officer. He worked full time while earning his business degree and interned for an independent investment manager before joining the bank.

Mark Lonheim was appointed Loan Officer at the Kodiak Branch. Having lived and worked in Kodiak for 15 years, he’s created many a long-term relationship with commercial and consumer customers and looks forward to creating more.

Kyle Gray was named Branch Manager of the Haines Branch. He’s another graduate of the bank’s Management Associate program who took advantage of what he called a unique opportunity to develop a career at First National.

Tammy Krison was appointed Mortgage Loan Originator at the Corporate Headquarters in Anchorage.

Efren Larranaga was appointed Mortgage Loan Originator at the Johansen Branch in Fairbanks. A former realtor, Larranaga learned the unique aspects of the Fairbanks housing market and how best to help homebuyers and sellers reach mutually beneficial outcomes. 

In Glennallen, Lisa Neff was appointed to Branch Manager of the Glennallen Branch. She’s been a part of the branch since 2007.

Alaskan-owned and operated since 1922, First National proudly meets the financial needs of Alaskans with ATMs and 30 branches in 18 communities throughout the state. Forbes named the bank one of the nation's Most Trustworthy Companies in 2012 and 2013. Visit FNBAlaska.com for more information about Alaska's largest locally-owned bank and access to efficient and secure online banking services.

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