Mt. McKinley Bank Announces Three Promotions
From left to right, Amy Richards, Kaye Kingkade, and Dawn Thompson
Patty Mongold, President and CEO of Mt. McKinley Bank is pleased to announce that the Board of Trustees unanimously approved three promotions during their January meeting.
Amy Richards, Senior Vice President & Chief Operations Officer, was promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer. Amy has been with MMB for over 30 years working entirely in the Deposit Operations area. Amy oversees 5 offices and is a member of the bank’s Asset Liability and Compliance Committees. Amy was born and raised in Fairbanks and began her career at Mt. McKinley Bank as a teller. She is a member and past President of Quota of the Tanana Valley and enjoys volunteering at the Food Bank with Quota.
Kaye Kingkade, Vice President and Manager of our Downtown Operations Department, has been promoted to Senior Vice President. Kaye will be celebrating her 30th Anniversary with MMB in 2017. In addition to her other duties Kaye is responsible for Marketing and Contributions. Kaye came to Fairbanks via her spouse, an Airman at Eielson AFB. She started her career at Mt. McKinley Bank as a teller and moved up the ranks. Kaye is a member of Quota of the Tanana Valley and also enjoys her volunteer opportunities with them.
Dawn Thompson, Vice President and Information Systems Manager has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Information Systems Manager. Dawn has been with the Bank for 33 years, starting her MMB career in the Loan Servicing Department. She moved up in that department to manager and then in 2000 made the decision to move to the IT Department. Now Dawn oversees all of the data systems of the bank as well as the Business Continuity Plan and Vendor Management.
Mt McKinley Bank is the oldest and largest full-service local community bank in Fairbanks. MMB was established in 1965 and continues to be a leader in providing quality lending and depository services to the Interior of Alaska. MMB operates three branches in Fairbanks, one in North Pole and one in Delta Junction