KodaBank names Cole Anderson as Grand Forks market president

Originally from Drayton, Anderson graduated from UND with a degree in accounting.

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Cole Anderson (Photo provided by KodaBank)
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GRAND FORKS — KodaBank has announced Cole Anderson as its market president of the Grand Forks region, according to a news release from the company.

Originally from Drayton, Anderson graduated from UND with a degree in accounting. He got his banking career started with KodaBank in 2015.

“Cole has a strong banking pedigree, is very bright and genuinely cares about his customers," KodaBank Region President John Holland said in a statement. "He’s a great fit with our growing bank at Grand Forks and people will enjoy doing their banking business with Cole.”

KodaBank serves the communities of Cavalier, Drayton, Grand Forks, Hamilton, Minto, Neche, Pembina and Walhalla in North Dakota, and Kennedy, Stephen and Bemidji in Minnesota.

A new bank will be opening next summer in Fargo.

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