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Welcome to The Rawlins National Bank! The Rawlins National Bank is the largest independent bank in Carbon County, with five offices located in Downtown Rawlins, East Rawlins, Saratoga, Hanna, and Longmont, CO. We are committed to being the cornerstone to financial leadership in southeastern Wyoming. In 1999 we celebrated 100 years of banking service. As our slogan states, The Rawlins National Bank has...

"A History of Results..... A Future of Promise"


Rawlins Main Location

220 5th Street
P.O. Box 100
Rawlins, WY 82301

Phone(307) 324-2203
 (800) 788-9479

 

Lobby Hours9:00am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
Drive Up Hours7:30am - 5:30pmMonday - Friday

 


Rawlins East

600 North Higley Boulevard (287 Bypass)
Rawlins, WY 82301

Phone(307) 324-1180

 

Lobby Hours9:00am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
Drive Up Hours7:30am - 5:30pmMonday - Friday
 9:00am - NoonSaturday

 


Saratoga

209 South First Street
P.O. Box 1290
Saratoga, WY 82331

Phone(307) 326-8314
(866) 423-2121

 

Lobby Hours9:00am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
Drive Up Hours8:30am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
 9:00am - NoonSaturday

 


Hanna

403 South Adams
P.O. Box 10
Hanna, WY 82327

Phone(307) 325-9007

 

Lobby Hours9:00am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
Drive Up Hours8:30am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
9:00am - NoonSaturday

 


Longmont

2001 North Main Street
P.O. Box 6646
Longmont, CO 80501

Phone(303) 772-2296
(800) 331-7923

 

Lobby Hours9:00am - 5:00pmMonday - Friday
Drive Up Hours8:00am - 5:00pmMonday - Thursday
 8:00am - 6:00pmFriday

 


ATM Locations

24 Hour ATMs are located at all Rawlins National Bank locations
as well as
Inside City Market at 602 North Higley Boulevard in Rawlins.


Telephone Banking

The Rawlins National Bank is proud to offer quick and easy Telephone Banking.

Available 24 hours a day every day, Telephone Banking allows simple access to account balances and basic account information.

Call 1-888-876-2365 and follow the instructions.

Your personal identification number is the last four digits of your Social Security Number.
If you need assistance, please give us a call at any of our locations listed above and we would be glad to help!


Online Banking

The Rawlins National Bank is also proud to offer flexible and functional Online Banking.

Please visit our Online Banking page for further information on how to enroll:

RNB Online

Also available 24 hours a day every day, Online Banking allows immediate access to account details, balances, transfers, and RNB BillPay!

 

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Richardís Reflections

Community Minded

First, I want to publicly welcome Mel Green into The Rawlins National Bank family. We are very excited for him to make his presence known in Colorado as our new RNB Longmont manager. With positive signs the economy is changing, we feel the potential growth will be beneficial to our shareholders and to our customers.

On behalf of the board of directors, we were proud to have received the United Way Gold Award as the largest contributor to United Way in Carbon County. RNB employees have supported United Way through their payroll deductions for many years and this just shows how much we want to support our community and the agencies involved. The Rawlins National Bank is known to be community minded and this is only one way that we prove it. We have a long list of local organizations, events, festivals, community centers, and sponsorships of kid activities, just to name a few, that we support on a yearly basis. This list covers all communities in Carbon County and Longmont, Colorado. RNB is truly "Community Minded, Just Like You."

RC

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RNB Officers and Directors

OfficersDirectors
Richard Chenoweth, President and DirectorKurt Kelly, Chair
Mike Adams, SVP LoansFred Kelly
Chris Iacovetto, VP CFO/OperationsElmer Erickson
Dan Runner, VP LoansRocky Fiedor
Scott Thayer, VP LoansGregg Olson
Mel Green, Colorado Market PresidentRick MeLone
Randy Hoffman, RNB Lending Group PresidentScott Neuman
Janna Schinke, AVP Loans 
Ryan Cassidy, AVP Loans 
Robyn Ridgway, AVP Operations 

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Report of Condition

Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of

The Rawlins National Bank in the state of Wyoming at the close of business on

March 31, 2014

Statement of Resources and Liabilities 

Assets Dollar Amounts in Thousands
  Cash and balances due from depository institutions:    
    Non-interest-bearing balances and currency and coin   4.459
    Interest-bearing balances   43,759
  Securities:    
    Held-to-maturity securities   0
    Available-for-sale securities   38,848
  Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell:    
    Federal funds sold   0
    Securities purchased under agreements to resell   0
  Loans and lease financing receivables:    
    Loans and leases held for sale   0
    Loans and leases, net of unearned income 59,898  
    Less: Allowance for loan and lease losses 1,162  
    Loans and leases, net of unearned income and allowance   58,736
  Trading Assets:   0
  Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)   3,402
  Other real estate owned:   138
  Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies   0
  Direct and indirect investments in real estate ventures   0
  Intangible assets:    
    Goodwill   0
    Other intangible assets   0
  Other assets:   3,668
  Total assets:   153,010
Liabilities Dollar Amounts in Thousands
  Deposits:    
  In domestic offices   133,941
    Noninterest-bearing 24,271  
    Interest-bearing 109,670  
  Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreement to repurchase    
    Federal funds purchased   0
    Securities sold under agreements to repurchase   3,560
  Trading Liabilities   0
  Other borrowed money
(includes mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases)
  141
  Subordinated notes and debentures   0
  Other liabilities   984
  Total Liabilities   138,626
Equity Capital Dollar Amounts in Thousands
  Perpetual preferred stock and related surplus   0
  Common Stock   800
  Surplus (excludes all surplus related to preferred stock)   4,350
  Retained earnings   9,232
  Accumulated other comprehensive income   2
  Other equity capital components   0
  Total bank equity capital   14,384
  Non-controlling (minority) interest in consolidated subsidiaries   0
  Total Equity Capital   14,384
  Total Liabilities, minority interest, and Equity Capital   153,010

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Employment Opportunities

The Rawlins National Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We offer competitive pay, health, dental, vision, life, paid vacation, incentive programs, and 401K.

Competitive pay based on experience.

Click Here to go to Employment Opportunities.

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us via the information for the Main Location in Rawlins above,
or Email:

Watch this page for other employment opportunities at The Rawlins National Bank!

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RNB History

THEN...

Take yourself back to the 1890's, to a time when Rawlins and Carbon County were young, robust and expanding. Newspaper and promotional accounts a century ago proclaimed Rawlins as "the distributing point for a vast outlying country extending 100-150 miles in various directions, and the amount of merchandise that leaves this city daily is surprisingly enormous. The area sheep industry has made hundreds wealthy.

"Population in 1898 is about 2,800 and business men of this city and locality are wide awake to the possibility of its becoming the metropolis of Wyoming." The future "metropolis of Wyoming" needed sound financial institutions. Businessmen who organized The Rawlins State Bank -- a year later to become The Rawlins National Bank -- filled the void. And, in its 100+year history, The Rawlins National Bank has been at the forefront of this community and county. It elected the first woman to a bank as a bank Director and had one of the nation's youngest bank presidents.

Today it has grown to an institution with 4 locations throughout Carbon County. And it looks forward to the next 100 years. "Our board of directors are proud to have provided more than 100 years of banking in Rawlins as an independent bank," President Richard Chenoweth said. "Our goal has not changed. The Rawlins National Bank's mission is to provide Carbon County with quality financial products and services designed to make banking as convenient and friendly as possible."

AND NOW...

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The Presidents of The Rawlins National Bank

 

I. C. Miller    1900-1912

John E. Osborne    1912-1913

Wm. Daley    1913-1923

John E. Osborne    1923-1926

N.R. Greenfield    1926-1938

Homer A. France    1938-1944

E.A. Durrant    1944-1947

John France    1947-1978

Sherrod France    1978-1984

Marvin E Owens III    1984-1986

Ron Davis    1986-1988

Thomas Wagenknecht    1988-1993

Richard Chenoweth    1993-Present

 

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