Angie Scoville was recently promoted to Personal Banking/Real Estate Officer, at Western State Bank, Fargo; and Ben Sullivan to Vice President/Service and Mortgage Manager at Western State Bank, West Fargo.
Scoville has been with Western since 2003 and served in previous positions including business banking assistant, cash management officer and personal banking officer. Scoville's duties will include originating residential loans in addition to providing financial solutions and service to retail customers through personal loans and deposit accounts.
Originally from West Fargo, Scoville earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Minnesota State University Moorhead. She has been actively involved with the United Way, serving as Employee Campaign Coordinator, Loaned Executive and most recently, Account Executive on the Campaign Cabinet. Scoville lives in West Fargo with her husband and their three sons.
Sullivan has been with Western since 2008 and served most recently as vice president/retail banking manager. Sullivan will work with customers to help them purchase or refinance their home; and continue to help retail banking customers with their deposit and loan needs.
Sullivan graduated from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., with degrees in Economics, Management and History. Prior to joining Western State Bank, he was employed by Wells Fargo for six years in various capacities including teller, banker, and service manager. Sullivan is involved with various non-profit organizations around Fargo-Moorhead. He and his wife reside in Moorhead, with their two sons.
Western State Bank is a 110 year old employee-owned, community bank with assets totaling over $540 million. The bank offers superior full-banking services, investments, real estate financing to personal and business customers, as well as nationwide equipment financing services. Western State Bank's bank locations are located in the North Dakota communities of West Fargo, Fargo, Devils Lake, and Towner and in the Arizona communities of Chandler and Casa Grande.