Mt. McKinley Bank Promotes Gary Roderick
Photo courtesy of Mt. McKinley Bank
Patty Mongold, President & CEO, of Mt. McKinley Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Gary Roderick to Senior Vice President and Manager of Commercial and Consumer Lending. In addition Gary will become Department Head of Loan Servicing.
Gary Roderick is a lifelong Alaskan and resident of Fairbanks for almost 30 years. Growing up in Anchorage Gary attended the University of Alaska before starting his banking career with assignments in Homer, Kodiak, Petersburg, Anchorage, and Fairbanks.
A banking career spanning 38 years has given Gary an in-depth and well-rounded understanding of all financial services with a strong concentration in commercial lending, commercial real estate, portfolio managements, investments, and retirement strategies. Gary also attended Pacific Coast Banking School, a multiyear education specializing in executive bank management.
Gary opened and managed Northrim Bank in Fairbanks in 1995. He left in 2011 to pursue his own business and personal interests. Having satisfied both, Gary sought opportunities with Mt. McKinley Bank, and was delighted to join the team.
Gary serves as a Trustee and 1st Vice President of the Greater Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Foundation where he serves on the Executive, Finance and Lease Oversight committees. Gary also serves on the new Foundation Health LLC board of directors. The Foundation provides Gary with the opportunity to give back to the community in a highly meaningful way. “Serving on the foundation board allows me to make a real contribution towards serving the healthcare needs of Fairbanks”.
Gary’s two children attended Lathrop High School and the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. Gary is the proud grandfather of four grandchildren.
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.