Welcome, Christina Lynn!
We’d like to extend a big welcome to Christina Lynn, who has joined Bank of Tucson as a financial service representative.
Christina has had her eye on our bank for a while now. She heard great things about working here from a friend and former co-worker, so when she saw an opening posted, she wasted no time in submitting her qualifications.
Christina’s past experience working as an assistant branch manager for a credit union gives her a great foundation for helping Bank of Tucson clients open new accounts. At the credit union, Christina focused mostly on opening personal bank accounts, so she’s enjoying shifting her focus to business accounts now.
Christina is a Tucson native and a graduate of Rincon High School (go Rangers!), and she has supported our community by volunteering with several local nonprofits, including Children’s Miracle Network, Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
She loves to camp and fish with her husband and two teenage children, and she enjoys crocheting when she can carve out some time for herself.
We hope you get the chance to meet Christina and find out for yourself why she is a great addition to our team.
Posted on February 27, 2017, in New Hires and tagged Children's Miracle Network, Christina Lynn, Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, financial service, Rincon high school, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.