It’s hard not to run into Debbie Bump if you ever leave your house. She’s volunteered for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and you may have seen her at the PC Christian Center. Maybe you encountered Debbie when she was on the Board at Peace House or as she served an elected term on our Chamber Board of Directors. She might have even  been next to you running the Mid Mountain Marathon a few years ago. We found her finishing a weekend stint volunteering at the Kimball Arts Festival a few weeks ago. The VP and Branch Manager at Zions Bank (Snow Creek)  can seem to be everywhere, always making someone’s life better. “My favorite quote is, “Have I done any good in the world today?’” she smiles.

Longtime Parkites may remember Debbie as a Frontier Bank teller starting in 2002. “A friend told me she loved banking work,” she recalls. “My two kids were older, and I was looking for something. It was perfect.” 

With Zions Banks since 2011, Debbie is now an everyday player in Park City’s financial scene, finding joy in personal service. “I love taking care of clients and finding solutions,” she says.

Married for 40 years to Jeff (“We still love each other,” she laughs), the Longwood, TX native has been a Utahn since college. “I met Jeff at the Spudnut donut shop in Provo when I was a student.” The pair raised their children in eastern Summit County, their home for 28 years. “Our son Joey Bump is in Salt Lake, and daughter Jeni lives in Oakley,” she says.

If you haven’t met Debbie yet, keep your eyes peeled on the mountain or local biking and hiking trails. “I also enjoy cooking with my grandson, Hendrix,” she says.

No matter when you find her, one thing you can count on: Debbie has done something good in the world that day. As usual!