First State Bank’s Goodrich Celebrates 40 Years
Doria Goodrich, First State Bank of the Florida Keys Executive Vice President and Personal Banking Officer, is celebrating forty years with the Bank.
A native of Key West, Doria began her career with First State Bank as a Proof Clerk after graduating from Mary Immaculate High School. During the years that followed, she served in a variety of positions including Customer Service Representative, Lead Teller, Branch Manager and Senior Vice President/Key West Regional Manager before assuming her current position.
“Doria’s passion and dedication to our Bank’s customers and our community are evident in everything she does.” said Karen Sharp, First State Bank President & CEO. “We thank and congratulate her on an outstanding 40-year career with First State Bank, and look forward to her continued success.”
Goodrich’s many civic and philanthropic contributions include Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys, Mary Immaculate Star of the Sea, Alumni Association Convent of Mary Immaculate, Key West Art & Historical Society, Cuban American Heritage Foundation, Star of the Sea Foundation, Key West Women’s Club, Key West Chamber of Commerce, and Navy League.
Goodrich holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Nova Southeastern University and is a graduate of the Florida School of Banking, Leadership Monroe County and the City of Key West Ambassador program.