BAC Community Bank claims national award for stability, service

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From left to right: Paul Haley, Chief Lending Officer; Dana Bockstahler, Chief Operating Officer; Josef Britschgi, Marketing and Product Manager; Bill Trezza, Chief Executive Officer. Photo courtesy Dan Hood.
From left to right: Paul Haley, Chief Lending Officer; Dana Bockstahler, Chief Operating Officer; Josef Britschgi, Marketing and Product Manager; Bill Trezza, Chief Executive Officer. Photo courtesy Dan Hood.

STOCKTON —  The Institute for Extraordinary Banking recognized BAC Community Bank as being among the top 1 percent of community banks in the Untied States.

BAC Community Bank was honored with the group’s Banky Award for its commitment to strong community banking. The award is given to the top 60 of 6,000 community banks across America.

“It is truly an honor to be one of two banks in the entire State of California to receive this award,” said Bill Trezza, CEO of BAC Community Bank. “It is gratifying to have an independent panel of professionals recognize BAC for our customer-centric culture, integration of technology into banking services, community focus, and financial stability.”

The award is aimed at helping customers choose among the most best and most stable banks in the country.

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