Oak Valley Community Bank announces promotions


oak valley community bankOAKDALE — Russell Stahl has been promoted to executive vice president, chief information officer of Oak Valley Community Bank, the bank announced Tuesday.

The bank also announced the promotions of Kim Booke to senior vice president for credit administration and Bill Nunes to senior vice president for Marketing.

“We achieved a significant milestone and surpassed the $1 billion asset mark as we closed out 2016,” said the bank’s president and CEO, Chris Courtney. “Reflecting on the journey and those who have contributed to the bank’s achievements, we acknowledge the integral roles these individuals have had in the transformation of the bank. Russell has seen and supported the bank’s growth from the time we had three branches and $100 million in assets; while Kim and Bill have witnessed us doubling the size of our branch network, from eight to sixteen branches, and growing from slightly over $300 million in assets.”

Stahl started working for Oak Valley in 1998, managing the bank’s network and electronic channels as the company grew. He had previously held the SVP, Information Technology title since 2012.

Both Booke and Nunes have been with the bank since 2005 managing core functions within their respective areas.

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