Douglas M. Price
Chairman & CEO, CSBO Holdings Inc.
Doug Price’s favorite part about Citizens State Bank is the people. He loves having the privilege of working with exceptionally talented colleagues on a day-to-day basis to be able to meet the needs of the communities that Citizens State Bank serves.
The Price family has been proud to call Southwest Colorado home since the 1870s. Doug has been a part of important local state and national initiatives that have progressed Colorado communities throughout his career. Doug states, “I take pride in my diverse experiences, such as early childhood education, Rocky Mountain PBS and FirstBank that have helped to bring me to where I am today.”
Brenda Fox, CEO/President, is responsible for the oversight of all 4 branches of the bank. She graduated from Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU in 2003. Brenda’s career with CSB has spanned the last 25 years and today she serves as a Director for CSB as well as Director for CSBO Holdings, Inc. Brenda believes in the community bank model and enjoys being able to help the communities that the bank serves. When she is not at the bank she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Judy says, “This may sound sappy, but I truly love working with all of the CSB staff. No offense to the old guys, but it is so much fun interacting with the young and vibrant folks.” Judy has a BS in Journalism from Bowling Green State University. Judy is working her way towards retirement, having spent 20 years as the San Juan County Assessor and prior to that, the Director of Silverton’s historic Carnegie Library. Judy moved from Durango to Silverton in 1979 and never regrets the decision for a moment. She loves all outdoor activities in the mountains, and has spent thirty-five plus years as a member of the Silverton Brass Band.
Larry Martin has been a Citizens State Bank board member since 2016. Larry states that his favorite part of CSB is that it is “a local bank staffed by local people focused on the success of communities and customers served. Each employee and customer is a person.”
Harris Ravine is a retired Senior Executive with experience in the technology, finance and medical markets. He has and continues to serve on several boards in both the profit and non-profit communities. He has also taught at three universities.
George Glasier is a cattle rancher in Western Montrose County, Colorado, owning and operating the Silver Hawk Ranch for the past twenty-six years. George’s family were long-term residents of the Town of Telluride. His Mother, Judith Swanson, was born and raised in Telluride; his Father, Edwin Lee Glasier, was the Superintendent of Schools in Telluride and his Grandfather, Swan Swanson, emigrated from Sweden in the early 1900’s to work in the mines in the Telluride area.
George has been involved in various business activities, including mining, alternative energy generation and investment properties. George is a licensed attorney in Colorado, he received his Juris Doctorate and BSBA degrees from the University of Denver. He serves on the Board of Trustees of the Montrose Memorial Hospital. He has founded resource companies, several of which have been listed on public stock exchanges. Currently, George serves as the President and CEO of Western Uranium & Vanadium Corporation, a resource and mining development company in Colorado and Utah. He also serves on the Board of the Colorado Cooperative Company, the local water cooperative.
Alexander Price has spent his career in technology. He started on the government side as the IT policy advisor and speechwriter for the Governor of Colorado and then moved to the BD side for companies in application platforms, manufacturing automation, and now restaurant automation. He has a BA in international relations and economics from Claremont McKenna College and an MBA from Northwestern University