NCNB promotes five.
Since NCNB purchased Mid State Bank in July 2007, she has demonstrated her leadership as the Orondo branch operations supervisor of the Orondo branch. Peterson lives in Waterville.
Diane Young has been promoted to assistant vice president at NCNB's Wenatchee branch. Young has worked at NCNB for the past seven years in loan operations and compliance. She attended Central Washington University and began her banking career at Central Washington Bank. She has lived in the Wenatchee area for 42 years.
Melissa Tibbs has been promoted to assistant vice president at NCNB's Chelan branch. Tibbs moved to North Central Washington in 1991 and graduated from Pateros High School. She earned a bachelor's degree from Washington State University in agribusiness with minors in finance and business administration.
She has worked at NCNB in a lending capacity since 2004.
Ann Whitehall has been appointed manager of the bank's branch in Waterville. Whitehall joined NCNB in 2002 after working at Mid State Bank for more than 18 years as a lender and branch manager. NCNB acquired Mid State Bank in mid 2007 allowing Whitehall to reconnect with her former co-workers and customers.
Specializing in agricultural lending and serving a customer base ranging from Othello to the Canadian border, Whitehall has operated out of the NCNB branch in Chelan. Whitehall lives in Waterville.
Jason Underwood has been promoted to vice president and has been appointed manager of the bank's branch in Chelan. Underwood is a graduate of Washington State University and earned a degree in Management Information Systems.
He joined NCNB in 2003 as a loan officer working out of the branch in Chelan specializing in commercial real estate, land development, and business lending.
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|Title Annotation:||KEEPING UP WITH PEOPLE|
|Publication:||Wenatchee Business Journal|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2008|
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