A group of progressive community-oriented individuals purchased Centennial Bank Holdings, Inc. in January, 1993. Two small community banks were included in that purchase the Eaton Bank of Eaton, Colorado, and Farmers Bank, also of Eaton.  

After returning the tradition of Farmers Bank to Ault, Colorado, the Holding Co. sold that bank to a group of community investors. During the mid 90's the Eaton Bank grew in assets and opened a number of branches east of I-25. Overwhelming individual and community demand along the I-25 corridor for a caring, responsive, locally-owned bank led to expansion and a name change to Centennial Bank of the West during the late 90's. This was a change of name only, and our ownership and banking philosophy remain the same to this day. Outstanding acceptance and unprecedented growth of Centennial Bank made it the "Local Favorite" and eleven branches now serve the communities of Eaton, Greeley, Fort Collins, Windsor, Loveland, Longmont, and Berthoud.

Today more than 200 employees in seven Northern Colorado cities make up our Centennial banking family.

Centennial Bank of the West has a distinguished group of directors encompassing two university presidents, a progressive developer, and prominent members of the Northern Colorado business community.

Outstanding customer satisfaction and unparalleled service have increased our total assets from $27 million to almost $600 million. Our loan portfolio includes agricultural, commercial, construction, real estate and consumer loans. Friendly service is not just a slogan at our bank . . . it's a personality trait. That is why everyone's switching to the "Local Favorite," Centennial Bank of the West

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