Plumas Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Andrew Ryback recently announced that three very motivated and hard-working employees were recently promoted in the Quincy-based Administration and Loan Administration Offices:
Cheryl Cooper was promoted to assistant vice president, special assets officer. She joined the bank in 2002 as a credit assistant at the Quincy branch. In 2005, she moved to the credit services department and then joined the special asset group. A significant portion of Cheryl’s responsibilities focuses on the automotive dealer finance Industry which has grown tremendously for the bank over the years. “Cheryl is very devoted to helping our clients and we appreciate her dedication to the bank and to her community,” Ryback stated.
Nicole McQuarrie was promoted to assistant vice president, lending compliance officer. She started working for the bank in 1988. After a hiatus to raise her family, she returned in 2009 and moved from the Quincy branch to the credit administration department in 2012. Nicole has held various positions such as credit analyst, loan documentation specialist, and dealer loan credit assistant. In 2019, she was promoted to compliance lending specialist, becoming the bank’s first dedicated loan compliance. “Nicole is a self-starter and passionate about her work – two attributes that have served her well in her lending compliance role. Her vast depth of knowledge and experience has helped her excel in her challenging and dynamic position,” said Ryback.
Shelly Pinelli was promoted to assistant vice president, client resource center manager. She joined the bank in 2005 and took over the leadership of the customer resource center in 2016. Ryback stated, “Shelly is an integral part of the front-line client services team. The client experience is Shelly’s top priority and we appreciate her enthusiasm and drive to serve our clients effectively and efficiently.”