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 SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. Bank today announced that Daniel J. Doyle has been named president and chief executive officer of U.S. Bank of California. Doyle replaces Stuart Foster, who will remain as chairman of the board of the bank.
 "I am extremely pleased to announce that Dan will be taking on this important role in our company," stated Foster. "His expertise in commercial banking and his knowledge of our marketplace are very valuable assets as we build our bank. I plan to continue to be active in the strategic direction of the company. This move allows us to expand our management depth and it allows me to focus on the long-term direction of the company," noted Foster, who is 56.
 Doyle, 47, is currently executive vice president in charge of commercial banking for U.S. Bank. Prior to joining the California bank, Doyle was in charge of private banking and institutional markets for U.S. Bank of Washington. He has 22 years of experience in the commercial banking arena.
 "U.S. Bank has tremendous long-term opportunities for growth and expansion," stated Doyle. "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to build on the strong foundation that Stu Foster has established here. We have an excellent branch network and cadre of employees who are working to meet the needs of Northern California families and businesses. Stu has put in place a very good team of people and I will be glad to have his continued counsel."
 During Foster's tenure, U.S. Bank of California has grown to become the third largest bank in its 30-county Northern California market. The bank currently has 66 branches and $2 billion in assets.
 Doyle is active in many civic and cultural organizations in the Sacramento area. These include chairman of the Mayor's Economic Advisory Council, treasurer of the Sacramento Symphony, and board member of United Way of Sacramento, to name a few. He and his wife, Pauline, have three children and reside in Folsom.
 U.S. Bank is a California subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp, which provides a large range of financial services in Northern California and throughout the Northwest. With assets of $20.8 billion as of June 30, 1993, U.S. Bancorp is one of the nation's 35 largest bank holding companies, and has consistently ranked among the top tier of these companies in performance and capital strength. Other U.S. Bancorp bank subsidiaries include U.S. Bank of Oregon; U.S. Bank of Washington; U.S. Bank of Nevada; and U.S. Bank of Idaho.
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 /CONTACT: Rick Jensen, Public Relations, of U.S. Bank, 916-552-1872/

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