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 January 1, 1998

Bosley to continue to direct Bolder Boulder

BOULDER — Bank of Boulder’s chief executive may be stepping down Jan. 15, but Steve Bosley will continue to direct the Bolder Boulder, a race event he created here.

After 23 years at the bank, Bosley announced recently he will be taking a less active day-to-day role because he is suffering from heart disease. Bosley will remain as the bank’s chairman. David Gilman will take over the chief executive role on Jan. 15. He became the bank’s president in July.

“Steve will still be making suggestions, I’m sure, as chairman, and Dave is very marketing-oriented,” Reef said.

Bosley will continue on as executive director of the Bolder Boulder, an internationally known race run on Memorial Day through the city’s streets, said Bill Reef, a bank consultant, a member of its executive committee and race director for the Bolder Boulder. And the bank will continue its innovative promotion program, Reef said. The merchandise in lieu of interest program, started in the 1970s, gives out hunting rifles, Rolex watches and other expensive gifts to customers opening certificate-of-deposit accounts.

Bank of Boulder merged with the First National Bank of Omaha in August 1996.

BOULDER — Bank of Boulder’s chief executive may be stepping down Jan. 15, but Steve Bosley will continue to direct the Bolder Boulder, a race event he created here.

After 23 years at the bank, Bosley announced recently he will be taking a less active day-to-day role because he is suffering from heart disease. Bosley will remain as the bank’s chairman. David Gilman will take over the chief executive role on Jan. 15. He became the bank’s president in July.

“Steve will still be making suggestions, I’m sure, as chairman, and Dave…

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