Mel Hugentobler named Zions Bank’s commercial manager
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Mel Hugentobler has joined Zions Bank as the commercial relationship manager for the Moab branch, located at 330 S. Main St.

  Hugentobler will focus on business banking and commercial lending, understanding the needs of small business owners and providing solutions through Zions Bank’s wide range of products, Zions officials said in a news release.

  Prior to joining Zions Bank, Hugentobler worked as a business development executive with U.S. Bankcard Center in Melville, N.Y. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

  A transplant from Eagle, Idaho, Hugentobler enjoys dirt biking, fly fishing, hiking, backpacking and gardening. Hugentobler has volunteered with Idaho’s Advocates Against Family Violence and participated in civic organizations including the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce and Idaho Technology Council Board of Directors.

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