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Zach Keller recently joined Choice Bank as our new Dickinson Location President.

Zach Keller Joins Choice Bank as Dickinson Location President

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Zach Keller recently joined Choice Bank as our Dickinson Location President.

“Being granted an opportunity to serve the community in a new role, one that allows me to lead and serve a broad range of people, I couldn’t be more excited,” Zach said. “I feel grateful to have worked with so many outstanding champions for our community, and I look forward to this new challenge.”

Zach and his wife, Britani, are raising three children, Logan, Gemma, and Geles. Together, they love being active in the community, traveling, and spending time outdoors.

Zach obtained a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business administration from Dickinson State University (DSU). Zach held a position at American Bank Center while attending DSU. In his senior year, Zach interned with Brady Martz & Associates and was offered a full-time position after completing his internship. He returned to American Bank Center in September 2013 and served the institution in various roles for 10 and a half years before joining Choice Bank.

Zach has a passion for the growth and development of Western North Dakota and Choice Bank looks forward to helping him better the Dickinson community. Zach gives back to his hometown through service to community organizations. He was a part of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce Board for six years, serving as president from 2018-2019. In May 2020, he was elected by the community to serve a four-year term as a Dickinson Park and Recreation Board Member. Zach is currently vice president of the Dickinson Area Community Foundation Board and will soon join the Catholic Health Initiatives Foundation Board.

“We are so excited to welcome Zach to the Choice Family,” said Jay Lies, North Dakota Market President. “He has a great history serving the Dickinson community and his expertise will be a tremendous resource to all of us at Choice Bank.”