Plumas Bank team dedicated to service in the Lake Tahoe Truckee area
QUINCY, Calif. Plumas Bank recently announced Stefan Murphy, vice president and manager of investment services, has assumed a new role with the bank. In addition to being a Financial Advisor with Financial Network Investment Corporation at Plumas Bank, Murphy, with more than 17 years of experience in the financial services industry, will also serve as the manager of the Tahoe City and Kings Beach offices. Christine McGraw will continue to play an integral role as the Customer Service Team Leader for the Tahoe City branch. McGraw joined Plumas Bank in 2001 and began serving the Lake Tahoe area in 2005. Her thorough knowledge of Plumas Banks products and services and 15 years of banking experience make her an invaluable team member. Deborah Sajdak recently joined Plumas Bank as a Business Development Officer in Tahoe City. With 18 years of marketing and business development experience in the Tahoe region, Sajdak will be a great asset to the team. Sajdak received her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from California State University, Sacramento in 1990. She has lived in the Lake Tahoe area since 1990.Founded in 1980, Plumas Bank is a locally owned and managed full-service community bank based in Northeastern California. The Bank operates 13 branches located in the counties of Placer, Nevada, Plumas, Lassen, Sierra, Modoc and Shasta, and it also operates a commercial real estate lending office in Reno, Nev. Plumas Bank was named a Premier Bank in 2008 by The Findley Reports was named to the Keefe, Bruyette andamp; Woods Honor Roll for banking institutions. For more information visit http://www.plumasbank.com.
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