Michael R. Sand, president and CEO of Timberland Bank, recently announced the promotion of five senior officers to senior vice president.
“Each one of these valued leaders have made significant contributions to the growth of Timberland Bank,” Sand said. “I am pleased to recognize their expertise, hard work and dedication to the bank with these promotions.”
The following officers were promoted to senior vice president:
Janet Deegan joined Timberland in 1991 and serves as the residential loan manager for the bank. Deegan is a resident of Aberdeen.
Marianne Price is the director of human resources for the bank and joined Timberland Bank in 2002. Price is a resident of Ocean Shores and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.
Denise Burke joined the bank in 1997 and serves as marketing director. She is a resident of Hoquiam and serves on the City of Hoquiam Planning Commission and volunteers with Relay for Life.
Diane Peters serves as the manager of the consumer and commercial documents for the bank. Peters joined the bank in 2001. She is a resident of Aberdeen and a longtime board member for NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor.
Breanne Antich joined Timberland Bank more than 10 years ago and serves as the information technology manager for the company. She resides with her family in East County.
Additional promotions announced include Grays Harbor staff members recently promoted to vice president:
Dan Olsen, Grays Harbor loan officer is a resident of Montesano.
Nancy Wood serves as assistant manager of the residential loan documentation department and is a resident of Aberdeen.
Nancy Bryson is an assistant manager of the consumer and commercial loan document center and is a resident of Montesano.
Paige Fairchild serves as an operations support specialist at the bank’s administration center in Hoquiam.
Dave Lewis serves as facilities manager for the bank and is a resident of Aberdeen.
Tonya Nelson joined Timberland Bank after many years with Bank of America. She serves as branch operations manager at the downtown Aberdeen office.
Timberland Bank operates six branches in Grays Harbor County, including the Hoquiam headquarters, which was founded in 1915. The remaining 14 branches are located in five surrounding counties of Western Washington. As of December 31, 2016, the greatest portion of the bank’s $923 million in assets is invested in our local market areas funding residential mortgage, construction and commercial and consumer-related loans to hundreds of individuals, families and businesses.