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Goodman Joins Colorado State Bank and Trust

DENVER, April 8, 2011 — Colorado State Bank and Trust (CSBT) is pleased to announce that Miriam A. Goodman has joined CSBT as assistant vice president and trust officer. Located at the CSBT Boulder branch, 1505 Pearl St., Suite 105, she will be responsible for business development and support of CSBT trust and wealth management clients in Boulder and Northern Colorado.

Prior to joining CSBT, Miriam (“Mimi”) practiced law for 14 years with the Boulder firm of Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C.  Her practice focused exclusively on estate planning and trust and estate administration. Currently, she is co-chair of the Boulder County Bar Association Section on Taxation, Estate Planning and Probate.

Colorado State Bank and Trust has a history of providing financial services to Colorado communities dating back to 1908. The bank is a division of BOK Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:BOKF). CSBT offers a full range of bank products and services for individuals and businesses and is one of the largest Trust providers in Colorado. CSBT has 13 Front Range locations including the Boulder branch.

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