If David Twibell’s name looks familiar in print, it’s for good reason.
Twibell is director of wealth management for Colorado Capital Bank and has established himself as a local authority on financial matters and as the go-to guy for a number of financial publications.
He’s weighed in on stories for the Wall Street Journal as well as national trade publications such as The Journal of Financial Planning and Better Investing. He also is a contributing writer for the Rocky Mountain News and various local business publications.
Twibell hasn’t always focused on a career in finances. He started doing that full time after he decided to quit practicing law. Continue Reading Twibell pushes financial plans for Colorado Capital
Jan Peto is likely Wells Fargo’s newest vice president. Peto, who is also senior business relationship manager for the bank, received word of her promotion last week.
Peto has 24 years of financial services experience, and prior to trying her hand at business banking team, she was a personal banker with Wells Fargo. Continue Reading Peto's job is reaching out to Springs businesses
David White’s job is to tell people how great Colorado Springs is.
He’ll be talking up the city in an effort to attract primary employers, which could bring hundreds of jobs to the area and strengthen the local economy. Continue Reading White to court businesses with EDC as new VP
The name Smith Barney represents an army of 13,000 financial advisers and brokers across the country.
Only 64 of them are certified to handle the largest of the company’s high net worth, private wealth management accounts.
And only one is certified in the state of Colorado – Scott Pann.
Pann is senior vice president of wealth management for Citigroup Smith Barney Pann/DeYoung Group in downtown Colorado Springs. Continue Reading Pann in rare company at Citigroup Smith Barney
Unfortunately, it might take something bad to happen to really appreciate what Andy Cobb can do for you.
Cobb, senior vice president of Van Gilder Insurance, helps a good many business owners rest easy knowing their financial assets are covered and their risks managed. Continue Reading Cobb in the business of providing peace of mind
The Pikes Peak Library District has embarked on a new chapter with Paula Miller taking over as the system’s executive director.
A native of Ohio, Miller is leaving the big-city life of Cleveland for the picturesque beauty of Pikes Peak. It’s a journey Miller says she has no regrets about. Continue Reading Miller new protagonist developing plot for PPLD
The mall – it’s an explosion of stimuli for the shopping senses.
Window displays, sale ads, seasonal styles, neon signs, inviting kiosks and the food court all create a hub for the mega-industry of retail commerce.
But the magic doesn’t just happen by accident. It’s a coordinated effort among store owners and the mall marketing staff.
At The Citadel, that effort is led by Diane Loschen.
Loschen is senior marketing director for The Citadel, the region’s oldest indoor shopping mall. Continue Reading Loschen making the marketing grade at Citadel
You may not see Mark Iorio wearing a white lab coat with a stethoscope stuffed in the pocket, but he knows how to keep a physicians’ network in good health.
Iorio is CEO of Colorado Springs Health Partners, a group of 90 Colorado Springs physicians. As the city has grown, so has CSHP, which was formed nearly 60 years ago by six World War II veterans who were doctors.
Today, the organization numbers some 700 employees, including physicians and their support staff, at 11 locations. Continue Reading CSHP’s Iorio is just what the doctor ordered
In 1967, Jim Johnson’s father started G.E. Johnson Construction Co. with one pickup truck and a contract to build an administration building for the Fountain Valley School.
Johnson took over his father’s business in 1997, and today, the company’s reputation reaches around the state with projects that include schools, hospitals, financial institutions, upscale offices and ski resorts. Continue Reading Johnson building success for family company
You could come face to face with Robert Bux someday and never know it.
Bux is El Paso County’s new coroner and medical examiner. His office investigates more than 1,000 deaths a year, and he works to discover the identity of homicide victims, often found far from their homes and belongings.
Bux took over last month for Dr. David Bowerman. Although it’s not required for the job of coroner, Bux is a medical doctor.
A normal day at the office for Bux may not seem so normal. He goes to work knowing he’ll probably perform at least two autopsies. Continue Reading Bux seems content being part of a dying business