The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that Ashley Armand, Credit Analyst at Bridge City Bank, has been named March Employee of the Month. Ashley was presented her award, sponsored by Sabine River Ford, by Ambassador Christina Segura, Marketing Liaison for Golden Triangle Emergency Center, at the April Networking Coffee hosted by Sweet Bee Boutique and Desserts. She received gifts and gift certificates from the following businesses: Sabine Federal Credit Union, Total Impressions, Dupuis Tire & Service Center, The Penny Record, Bridge City Dairy Queen, Mary Kelone of Barefoot Souls, The Classy Peacock, Neches Federal Credit Union, Complete Staffing, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Best Day Spa, OhainWEB.com,5Point Credit Union, Delta Life Fitness Orange County, and Balancing Life LLC Virtual Assistant and Staffing Co.
Ashley has been employed as a Credit Analyst at Bridge City Bank since 2015 and she has over 10 years’ experience in the Southeast Texas banking industry. Ashley’s family moved to Bridge City in 2000 and she graduated from Bridge City High School in 2006. Armand graduated from Lamar University in 2010 with a bachelor’s Degree in General Business. Ashley lives in Bridge City with her husband Dale Armand, her high school sweetheart and they have two beautiful children, Kian and Lena.
Ashley, said, “I appreciate the Bridge City Chamber of Commerce recognizing me as the Employee of the Month. It is a great honor, and I could not do my job without the amazing staff at Bridge City Bank. We work as a team to build personal relationships with our customers and local community.”
Chris Kovatch, Senior Vice President at Bridge City Bank, who nominated Ashley for the award said, “Ashley has been such a help to me as I have begun to acclimate to my new role with BCB. Her commitment to her work allows me to provide a consistent loan process to my clients. She is a true asset to our organization.”
Pictured left to right: Christina Segura, Beverly Perry, Kim Davis, Ashley Armand, and Chris Kovatch.
Photo courtesy of Bridge City Chamber of Commerce