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Bank of Marin (NASDAQ: BMRC) hired Glen Stanley as senior vice president and regional manager for Santa Rosa, focusing on middle-market lending. He has more than 34 years of business banking experience. Most recently, he managed a San Francisco-based business banking team at Citibank for the Bay Area as senior vice president. He will report to Tim Myers, commercial banking manager for Bank of Marin, who is based at the bank’s headquarters in Novato. He graduated from Chico State University with a bachelor's degree in business administration and finance and received an MBA from the University of San Francisco. He is board chairman for the State Assistance Fund for Enterprise, Business and Industrial Development Corporation. Until 2012, he served for nine years on the investment committee for the California Economic Development Lending Initiative.

Summit State Bank (NASDAQ: SSBI) announced the election of directors: Jeffrey Allen, James Baxter II, James Brush, Josh Cox Jr., John DeMeo, Michael Donovan, Richard Dorr, Thomas Duryea, Todd Fry, Allan Hemphill, Samuel Kapourales, Ronald Metcalfe, Richard Pope, Nicholas Rado, Marshall Reynolds and Eugene Traverso. Mr. Hemphill was elected chairman. Messrs. Allen, Kapourales and Pope are new to the board. Messrs. Allen and Pope were nominated by a shareholder. Mr. Cox was appointed after shareholders approved expansion of the board to 16 members.Tourism

Visit Napa Valley appointed Teresa Savage vice president of sales. She has 18 years of hospitality sales experience. That includes 12 years at Marriott Corp., where she most recently was senior conventions sales manager, responsible for 17 West Coast properties.