Stacy Taylor new Tri Counties Bank manager in Truckee
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Tri Counties Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Stacy Taylor as the new branch manager of the Tri Counties Bank branch in Truckee on Donner Pass Road.
Taylor has 25 years of banking and lending experience and replaces Paul Kucharski as branch manager. Kucharski will continue to serve Truckee as the business lender for Tri Counties Bank.
Previously, Taylor worked for Bank of America for 11 years as district manager. Throughout the course of her career, she also managed the West Coast Region for Safeway Select Bank and was the mortgage sales manager for Washington Mutual in the Silicon Valley area.
Taylor attended Washington State University where she graduated with a degree in economics. She also holds an MBA from Portland State.
Taylor has been a homeowner in Tahoe Donner since 2004, and a full time resident for the past four years. Since her arrival, she has served as the Board Chair for Girls on the Run and#8212; Sierras, a board member for Arts for the Schools, and volunteer for the Tahoe Music Festival. She is also is a longtime Soroptimist and former Soroptimist board member. In her free time Taylor enjoys hiking, skiing and kayaking.
If you would like to reach Stacy Taylor, stop by and visit the Donner Pass location next to Hometown Sears or call 530-550-3226.
About Tri Counties Bank
TriCo Bancshares and Tri Counties Bank are headquartered in Chico, Calif. Tri Counties Bank has a 36-year history in the banking industry. It operates 41 traditional branch locations and 27 in-store branch locations in 23 California counties. Tri Counties Bank offers financial services and provides a diversified line of products and services to consumers and businesses, which include demand, savings and time deposits, consumer finance, online banking, mortgage lending, and commercial banking throughout its market area. Visit http://www.tricountiesbank.com.
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