r By Shirlene Jordan
The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Jason Packard is our choice for the 2019 President’s Award.
Jason Packard was born on July 20, 1980, to Matt and Louann Packard. He graduated from Springville High School and graduated from Utah Valley University majoring in Finance. He received an advanced certification in banking from the Pacific Coast Banking School located in Seattle, Washington.
He began his career at Central Bank in 2000 as a teller. Through the years, he has advanced in responsibilities at the Bank. Today he is the Senior Vice President and Manager of the Springville Office and is a member of the Board of Directors of Central Bank.
Jason served a church mission to Washington State and has served in various church callings throughout the years. He is an avid outdoors person. A few major accomplishments Jason has had are: Completing six separate times the difficult long distance 200 miles race of called LOTOJA. He has hiked to all state high peaks in the Western United States, including famous Mt. Whitney, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Hood, Kings Peak and more. He also loves to hike, snowshoe and cross country ski either by himself or with friends and family.
He and his wife Jackie have four children, Jefferson, Jane, Jamison, and Jens. They currently reside in Spanish Fork but Jason will always remain a loyal Springville supporter and fan.
Jason’s Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce service covers over a decade. He is eager to serve in any capacity and wants to see the local businesses succeed and thrive. The Chamber is so happy to award this honor to Jason Packard.