Please join us in wishing Roger Shumway best on his retirement.
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Roger, I have been truly blessed to get to know you and work with you on the committee and your friendship means so much. I have learned so much from you and I appreciate all you have done and the manner in which you interact with people, including myself. Thank you.
Greg Burgess, Chief Credit Officer
First Capital Bank of Texas
Roger, I have come to appreciate the time we have spent on the Community Bank Council and getting to know one another. I wish you the best in your retirement and I hope that you find time to enjoy and stay healthy. Your friend,
Michael G. Nassy, Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer
Hi Roger, I’m sorry to hear that your health is declining but happy that you are doing the right thing to take care of yourself. I’m sure the last year has been very difficult for you. I know how much you love your profession and hope that you will keep tabs on us. I consider you to be a National treasure and will certainly keep tabs on you! Thank you for everything you have done to support RMA, but more importantly for your friendship. Be well my friend. Warmest regards,
Nancy J. Foster, President & CEO
The Risk Management Association
When I read the news article about Roger’s retirement, I thought to myself, “Roger Shumway retire? No way! Bank of Utah won’t let him do that!!” Congratulations, Roger. I have fond memories of our working together during your First Security/Wells Fargo tenure, and all that I learned from you. Thanks for being a good friend with a wonderful sense of humor. Best wishes on your retirement!
Doug Monson, Ray Quinney & Nebeker
Congratulations on your many accomplishments both professional and personal. It’s wonderful to read your many accolades. Your mom and dad are certainly proud of the honor you have brought to their name. It appears that so far I am the only physician paying a tribute to you. Let me just say that none of the others have commented on the special relationship you had with the Mongolian government minister of treasury that we worked with together. Give Janet and all your family my best.
Douglas B Nielsen, MD FAAP
Best wishes on your retirement, though it is a shock to this old teacher from Viewmont. If your service to the Danegeld is indicative of your service to your profession, you have been a giant to look up to.
May the best be yours,
I am so grateful for all the opportunities you gave me. Thank you for getting me out of my shell! You were always willing to listen and you kept an open mind. I will miss seeing you every day and how you were always making us laugh. I wish you and your family all the best. Happy Retirement!
Roger, thanks for all you have done for me personally and for the Department. Your service on the Board of Bank Advisors has been extraordinary. I don't want to think of board meetings and banker events without you there to tease and reminisce about old times. Stay Safe and Stay Well. Take Care of your wife and growing family.
Thank you for your many contributions to the community during your tenure with the Bank of Utah - we appreciate you! Enjoy your retirement!
Best, Tim Jackson
United Way of Northern Utah
Looking back from our days in college together at the University of Utah, then starting to work at First Security Bank going through the management training program under Bob Dove’s direction, you proved to be one of the best and brightest, and you have always been a trusted friend. I remember when you shared your secret of the ZCMI basement donut counter where they sold the chocolate-fudge donuts. Over the years you have proven yourself as a wise, kind, and dedicated leader. Most recently, it has been a pleasure to work with you at Bank of Utah. You have always been a supporter, a builder of people, kind and welcoming. Thank you for your friendship through the years.
Best wishes in your retirement, and may you have a very Merry Christmas, along with a glorious future.
Congratulations on your retirement, I wish you nothing but happiness and good health. It has been my pleasure working with you for the past many years, you have been a great asset to the building a lending community. I have always considered you more a friend as well as a business associate, and I thank you for that. Take care my friend, I look forward to our paths crossing again.
Eric Allen – Metrostudy/Zonda
I understand that you are retiring from the bank so I wanted to send a quick note and thank you for all that you have done for all of us over the years. I especially appreciate the help you gave to me when I moved to Ogden main including your early morning reports! I wish you all the best in retirement and thank you again for everything.
Take care - Ran Jones
Thanks for the good times and the conversations. Thanks for teaching me how to talk to a regulator and many other lessons. All I can say about your retirement is “that dog will hunt.” Good luck and Godspeed!
I’ve enjoyed working and interacting with you! I hope as this chapter closes in your life and a new one starts, may your years be filled with joy, good health, and all the things you’re looking forward to! Congratulations on your retirement!
I am genuinely sad about your upcoming retirement, but also happy for you. I know that 2020 has been a tough year for you and your family and I pray that 2021 is full of health and blessings. I wanted to thank you for always being so kind to me in our interactions and I will miss your sense of humor on loan committee. Good luck to you in your future endeavors and I hope that you and your wife are able to enjoy retirement.
Warm regards, Brian Wahlen
I wish you the best health, happiness and support in your retirement. Thank you for being not only a wonderful manager but a decent kind individual. You will be deeply missed by our entire team. Take care of yourself and stay safe.
Congratulations on your retirement, best wishes for your next phase in life, and thank you for your support.
You are one of the best people I know and an amazing influencer in my life for which I will be forever grateful. Congratulations on your retirement and I hope you are able to enjoy these years. If you’re bored I have some good ideas on some pranks that we can play on your neighbors to the east. Let me know!
The Northwood Group
Congratulations on retirement. I have always considered you as a great friend Roger. You are respected and loved by so many people. I admire your friendly nature and quick wit and you hold the standard of Integrity to a higher level. May you enjoy life and family and have many happy adventures in your retirement.
Mike and Carole
It has been great working with you all these years. I appreciate the opportunity we’ve had to work together and I also appreciate our friendship. Best wishes to you and your family. Enjoy your retirement and your sweet grandkids!
Take care and best wishes,
For only knowing Roger a short time I can’t even put into words how much love and respect I have for him.
I have witnessed that he is a man of faith, character, positivity, generosity and humor! Roger- we know you will enjoy and appreciate every minute of retirement and time with your family. You deserve it and so much more. Thank you for being so kind and caring to us. We love you and your family! Thank you for sharing it with us. CONGRATULATIONS!
-Justin and Tiffany Lund
Congratulations Dad on your retirement! You have worked so hard and made a real difference in banking. Your influence will live on. I’m proud of you.
Congratulations on your retirement, Roger! We appreciate that we’ve been able to get to know you better, especially more recently. Thank you for your many years of service at Bank of Utah. We wish you and your family the very best!
-Ben & Katie Browning
I consider myself lucky to have crossed paths with you so many times in my life. First as next door neighbors growing up, then at First Security, and finally as my manager at Bank of Utah. You have been supportive and kind and always available with a listening ear. You were able to make us laugh even if we were shaking our heads while doing so. I will miss having you as part of our team. Thank you for your mentorship. I wish you and Janet, and your family the absolute very best. I hope you continue to make them laugh - with you, not at you.
HR appropriate hugs,
Just wanted to reach out and congratulate you on your retirement! You will be truly missed!! Thanks for always being so welcoming and having such an amazing attitude. It was contagious. You will always be one of my favorite Bankers!
Dear Roger, I am so grateful I had the opportunity to work with and get to know you these past couple of years. Thank you for your kindness and warmth in welcoming me to the team. Best wishes to you and your family.
Roger it has been so great working with you and getting to know you!
I wish the best for you and your family in your retirement!
I just wanted to wish you a Happy Retirement. Take care of yourself and enjoy all those cute grandkids!
Thank you for your help and kindness to me as we have worked together over the past many years. All the best in the next chapter of your life. I hope you will find happiness, contentment and purpose in the next phase!
All the best,
Happy Retirement! I’ll miss seeing you and the fun talks at work, but we’ll always have Florida.
Congratulations Roger! Thank you so much for the years of dedicated service to the Bank. You have been so instrumental in helping the Bank become more thoughtful in understanding credit related issues. Your knowledge and insight has helped move the Bank forward in a safe and professional way. Good luck with the many adventures ahead and enjoying your time with those you love most.
Happy Retirement! We wish you the best in this new chapter of your book of life. Now you have plenty of time to enjoy the grandkids. Your example of service is a beacon to all that you associate with, friends and family. Your sense of humor has always been appreciated. Our family gatherings are always a highlight.
Again, best to you and Janet.
Jan & Allen Perry
To my friend and peer,
Well you know how I feel, and where I stands on most issues. So I will just say see you soon and try to enjoy your free time. If that is even possible for a workaholic!
Thank you for the many memories and for sharing your knowledge, insight and experience these last many years!
SVP, Special Assets
Thank you for your leadership, support and kindness. I wish you and your family the very best in this next chapter!