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Business Scene for the week of 2/22/2012

new real estate office in portola

Longtime Portola resident Linda Hadley is the broker associate running the newly opened Susan River Realty office on Sierra Avenue in Portola (in the former offices of Lynn Welch Real Estate). She said she was grateful to B.J. Pearson for getting her into the real estate business by in 1991. Linda is a member of the Plumas County Board of Realtors. She and her husband Russell have been married 34 years and have two grown daughters, both Portola High graduates. She works for LeAnn Smith who is the owner/broker of Susan River Realty in Susanville.

 

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Business Scene for the week of 2/15/2012

wilson named senior v-p

Plumas Bank recently promoted Kerry Wilson to senior vice president, credit administrator. He will be responsible for managing the bank’s loan portfolio; developing, directing and controlling all lending activities; and ensuring that bank lending policies and procedures are followed. Wilson has held the position of assistant loan administrator since 2003, but has been acting credit administrator for the past year. Prior to his position as assistant loan administrator he served as vice president, manager of the bank’s agricultural services department in Alturas.

“In recognition of Kerry’s skills, knowledge, dedication and accomplishments, the board and I are very pleased to announce his well deserved promotion. Kerry’s proven leadership and expertise will be a great asset to the executive team,” remarked Andy Ryback, president and chief executive officer. “Kerry has played an instrumental role this past year in improving the bank’s overall asset quality as well as diversifying the bank’s lending activities with a focus on prudent loan growth for years to come. With 30 years of banking experience, and half of those years at Plumas Bank, Kerry has been invaluable to our company.”

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Business Scene for the week of 2/8/2012

new inventory from trade show

Ken Donnell and Jim McBeen of Donnell’s Musicland in Greenville just returned from Anaheim where they attended the annual National Association of Musical Merchants music and trade show. Ken said this is the largest trade show for musical instruments and related products in North America. Some of the purchases they made included an assortment of electric and acoustic guitars, basses, amplifiers, drums, violins and myriad accessories. Be sure to stop by their store on Main Street in downtown Greenville and check it out! By the way, they also repair musical instruments.

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Business Scene for the week of 2/1/2012

café lecoq serving breakfast

In addition to their terrific lunches and dinners, beginning today, Wednesday, folks can enjoy breakfast as Café LeCoq begins opening at 7 a.m.

Patrick and Donata said their breakfast menu will be available Monday through Friday.

 

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Business Scene for the week of 1/25/2012

cpa firm opens office in chester

Longtime Susanville certified public accountants Pezzullo & Gussett, LLP have opened an office in Chester at 150 Main St. They offer tax preparation, accounting, payroll and management consulting services. Partners Steve Pezzullo and Julia Gussett, both CPAs, said Carlene Slusher, a Chester resident and CPA who has been with the firm for more than six years, will split her time between the Susanville and Chester offices. Both offices can be reached by calling 257-7721.

 

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