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Gregory DoVico

GREGORY P. DoVICO is President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Fiduciary, Inc. He began his banking career at First National Bank of Arizona (now Wells Fargo Bank) in 1969, while attending Arizona State University. Mr. DoVico worked through the ranks at the bank, starting as an outside collector. He culminated his banking career with First National Bank of Arizona in 1982 as Regional Vice-President in charge of the Flagstaff Arizona Region. After a short stint as the Chief Credit Officer for Wells Fargo Credit Corporation in Phoenix, he became President and Chief Executive Officer of Farmer’s and Merchants Bank in Arizona. He left the bank in 1990 and joined Valley National Bank of Arizona heading up the Loan Adjustment Department; a “de nova” department that had approximately one-half billon dollars of assets under its control. Mr. DoVico left Valley National Bank after it was purchased by Bank One to manage a law firm in Sun City, Arizona. There he gained experience in probate, estate planning, guardianship and conservatorship matters. In October 1995, Southwest Fiduciary, Inc. was established. Mr. DoVico has attended the Supreme Court’s training for fiduciaries and is a certified and licensed private fiduciary in Arizona. He is also a member of the Arizona Fiduciary Association, and an Associate member of the State Bar of Arizona. In addition, he successfully completed and passed the credential training as a Certified Registered Guardian with the National Guardianship Association. For the sake of brevity, many of Mr. DoVico’s accomplishments will not be cited. However, noteworthy is the fact that he is a 1987 graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington. Additionally, he has received numerous awards and accolades for community service ranging from reserve police work in Kingman and Mohave County, Arizona to serving as a member of the Governing Board for the Avondale School District. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Glendale Community College teaching accounting and finance courses.