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Everhart is new Wells Fargo region president - 10/25/2012 5:18 pm

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Everhart is new Wells Fargo region president

Joe Everhart was recently promoted to Wells Fargo Alaska Region President

Everhart is a 22-year Wells Fargo veteran who has served in community banking leadership positions across Alaska. He served as Alaska Regional Business Banking Manager for seven years and Southeast Alaska Community Banking President for five years. He also has experience as a store manager in Kotzebue, Barrow and Homer. He began his career as a management trainee and served as a loan officer in Fairbanks and Dillingham. Everhart is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School and earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Gonzaga University.

Everhart serves in the community as vice-chair for the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, chair for the Alaska Bankers Association, secretary for the United Way of Anchorage, treasurer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska, and board member for the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce.

Everhart will oversee 600 Alaska team members, 49 banking stores and $5.6 billion in deposits.

Wells Fargo has 950 team members in Alaska who serve customers through a network of 60 banking, mortgage, insurance and investment offices, 120 ATMs and online.

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