201 West 8th Street, Suite 540
Pueblo, CO 81003
Telephone: 719-543-4321
Fax:719-546-0936

"Serving Pueblo & Southern Colorado's Legal Needs for Over 50 Years"
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Law Firm Profile

For over fifty years the attorneys at Kettelkamp, Young & Kettelkamp, P.C. have dedicated themselves to providing a high quality of legal representation in primarily Southern Colorado. The law firm engages in extensive trial practice in the fields of personal injury, business, banking, bankruptcy and real estate law in all trial and appellate courts in Colorado. Since we are a small litigation law firm, we may also coordinate with and work as a team player with larger law firms concerning complex litigation.

At Kettelkamp, Young & Kettelkamp, P.C. we take pride in our professional abilities, dedication and commitment to our clients interests. We are experienced, hard working and a dynamic law firm that delivers legal services and results that our clients expect and appreciate. We are also concerned lawyers involved in a wide array of legal professional organizations and community projects.

Representative Clients:
The Pueblo Bank and Trust Co.; Legacy Bank.; First National Bank of Pueblo; First Southwest Bank; Del Norte Bank; Alamosa State Bank; Frontier Bank; The First National Bank in Trinidad; Security Service Federal Credit Union; SunWest Educational Credit Union; Power Credit Union; St. Mary Credit Union; Mid American Credit Union; Proal Homes, Inc; Graystone Builders, Inc.; Colorado Blue Sky Enterprises, Inc.; Pueblo Country Club; Pueblo Mall (Renaissance Partners, LLC)

Contact: kyk@kyklaw.com

References:

First National Bank of Pueblo
John Thompson
Executive Vice President
1415 Hwy 50 West
Pueblo, CO 81008
(719) 544-2265

The Pueblo Bank & Trust Company
Mary Lee Lobato
Executive Vice President
301 W 5th. St.
Pueblo, CO 81003
(719)545-1836

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