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Business Scene for the week of 11/20/19


Andrew Ryback

Andrew Ryback, director, president and chief executive officer of Plumas Bank was elected to the Independent Community Bankers of America’s (ICBA) Federal Delegate Board.

“I am honored to be elected to represent our industry and help share the positive story of community banking with policymakers,” Ryback stated. “Community banks are trusted, relationship-based lenders that deliver personalized service and invaluable financial expertise to local consumers and entrepreneurs. We drive positive economic prosperity both nationally and at home.”

In addition to helping shape and advocate ICBA’s national policy positions and programs, Ryback’s duties include being a liaison between independent community bankers in California and ICBA staff and leadership in Washington, D.C. He will also work to recruit new members to ICBA.

“Andy is a dedicated community banker who is highly respected in his community and by his industry peers,” said ICBA Chairman Preston Kennedy. “We are delighted Andy has generously offered his time and valuable professional talents to the service of the community banking industry.”

ICBA is the only organization dedicated exclusively to promoting the interests of locally operated community banks and savings institutions. With trusted financial expertise and high-quality customer service as their hallmarks, community banks offer the best financial services option for millions of consumers, small businesses and agricultural enterprises.


Jeb Heiman

Plumas Bank has recently announced that Jeb Heiman has joined the bank as branch manager of the Quincy office. Jeb will be responsible for business development, business and consumer portfolio growth, and team management. A Sonoma State University graduate, he most recently worked at US Bank in Quincy.

Longtime team member Robin Wight will continue to play a lead role supporting the branch team and serving the financial needs of the Quincy community.

Andrew Ryback, president and chief executive officer of the bank, said, “We are excited to have Jeb join our Plumas Bank team. He has a passion for building relationships within the community and making an impact where it matters most.”

Robin Wight

“I am honored and excited to join the Plumas Bank family because we put our clients and communities at the forefront of everything we do. This is a local, community bank that established its roots and its headquarters in the community I was born and raised in. My goal is to help local businesses and individuals achieve their financial goals to grow and prosper. I look forward to meeting our clients, please stop in to say hello,” Jeb said.


And one final note this week about Plumas Bank; We should mention that this year marks the 40th anniversary of the locally owned and operated bank and that its 2020 photo wall calendar is now available at your local Plumas Bank office. The photos chosen as winners this year where carefully selected from an array of great pictures taken by some very talented photographers in the Plumas Bank region. The winners this year are: Anna Roepenack (cover), Paul Bernard, Michael Bruno, Doug Blesse, Lisa Fisher, Angela Ferrell, Maddi Johnson, Jen Peterson, Megan McClintock, Cassidy Miller, Kristine Moe, Abel Arcadia, Barry Bucholtz and Jan Davies. Congratulations to all of the winners, especially Jan Davies, Paul Bernard, and Kristine Moe — they were the lucky winners of the $100, $150 and $250 prizes.

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