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Gayleen Jones retires after 35 years with Central Bank

Oct 07, 2015 08:52AM

Gayleen Jones retired in September after 35 years at Central Bank’s Spanish Fork office. While Jones’ long-time friends and colleagues at Central Bank are sad to see her go, they are happy for her success and wish her well in retirement. 

“Gayleen always gave 100 percent to the work. She was the kind of employee you could consider as a trusted friend,” said Glen Roach, manager of Central Bank in Spanish Fork.

Central Bank would like to congratulate Jones and thank her for her years of service and loyalty.


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