Falcon Bank is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Carlo Gutierrez to its Advisory Board of Directors.
"Carlo's knowledge, expertise and experience will be an invaluable asset to our Falcon Bank Family," said Gilbert Narvaez, Jr., President and CEO.
Norma Rojas has been with Falcon for a little over a year. She is a Teller at the Downtown branch and has demonstrated preeminent customer service. Referring our products and services are the top of her list. She has received the prestigious Circle of Excellence Award for two months in a row. Congratulations Norma!
Graciela Benavides was named Banker of the Month by her peers. Gracie is part of our New Accounts department from the Hillside branch. She has been with Falcon over three years and has exceptional customer service skills. She is always willing to assist anyone needing help. During this pandemic she has gone above and beyond her duties. Courteous and professional are just some of her many exemplary traits. Way to go Gracie!Read more
2020 has been a trying and traumatic year. We have felt loneliness this year. We have felt grief. We have felt anger. We have felt fear.
When the novel coronavirus was declared a pandemic, it was still impossible to imagine all it would take from us. Now I extend my most heartfelt condolences and prayers to all our customers and members of our Falcon Family who have lost grandparents, parents, husbands, wives, brothers, sisters, or children to COVID-19, as well as other illnesses or chance.
Our thanks and blessings go out to those who keep our country running—our warriors!—those working in healthcare, transportation, the food industry, the financial industry, law enforcement, teaching, gas stations, grocery stores, municipalities, and so many more. We thank those who are working from home while balancing the impossible simultaneous responsibilities of parenthood and education. We would be nowhere without those people or industries fighting for the rest of us.
As we look toward 2021, with our country’s leadership possibly on the brink of change, I hope we can remember the hard-won lessons of this year—mostly this: we are all connected. Our actions extend ripples that touch people we may never meet. We’ve seen that with the pandemic. As we move forward into a new chapter, I hope we can use that connection for good.
God bless you and your families.
Adolfo E. Gutierrez