Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of our communities, customers and employees that were impacted by the storms and floods across our state.  If you have been directly impacted, we would like to take a moment to share with you the ways we are here to help.

We can:
  • Quickly replace your debit cards or checks that have been lost in the flooding at no charge.
  • Waive the penalty for early withdrawal from your Certificate of Deposit if you need the cash for living expenses.
  • Waive any overdraft fees you incurred while unable to access your accounts or visit one of our branches.
  • Waive foreign ATM fees if you were unable to get to a Guaranty Bank ATM, simply advise us of the charge on your statement.
If you have a loan with us, we will work with you on an individual basis so please contact us as soon as possible at 303.293.5500 or 1.877.609.5500.

To support the ongoing recovery efforts in our state, Guaranty Bank has made a donation to the Salvation Army. We will also be working with them to identify opportunities to volunteer our time as the recovery effort continues. 

We are here to support you through this difficult time. Let us know how we can help.

Personal Loans and Deposit Needs

Boulder Branch
Robert Burke
VP, Branch Manager

Longmont Branches
Dolly DiPetrillo
VP, Branch Manager

Greeley Branches
Penny Bruch
VP, Branch Manager

Fort Collins/Loveland Branches
Rory Mill
VP, Branch Manager
Business Loan and Deposit Needs

Boulder Branch
Pat O'Brien
EVP, Commercial Manager

Longmont Branches
Chuck Allen
EVP, Commercial Manager

Greeley Branches
Mike Bond
EVP, Commercial Manager

Fort Collins/Loveland Branches
Rich Pearson
EVP, Commercial Manager

Here are a few resources to learn how you can assist those affected by the floods or support any of the impacted areas across Colorado:
Information from the Denver District Attorney on charitable giving guidelines and scam watch can be found here.
Available resources for flood victims and evacuees:
  • Click here for a map of statewide shelters, pet shelters and emergency command centers.
  • Click here for a Q&A on flood related health hazards from the Denver Post.
  • If you would like to apply for federal assistance, you can do so online by visiting www.disasterassistance.gov or by calling 1.800.621.3362.
  • Federal Reserve Bank Services has issued a notice of authorization to Savings Bond agents in designated counties of Colorado recently affected by severe weather and flooding, allowing them to redeem Series EE and I paper savings bonds less than one year old presented during the months of September and October 2013.
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