People: Week of June 16, 2014

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[caption id="attachment_94046" align="alignleft" width="192"] David Schmidt[/caption]

David Schmidt has been appointed interim chief credit officer at Summit State Bank. Mr. Schmidt brings over 30 years of lending and community banking experience to the role, including 14 years as the senior loan officer at the former Bank of Petaluma, commercial loan team leader at Bank of Marin for seven years, and 10 years as a bank examiner with the Comptroller of the Currency.  Summit State Bank’s previous chief credit officer, Bill Fogarty, has transitioned to a new role outside of the bank. Summit State Bank will be conducting a search for a permanent Chief Credit Officer.

[caption id="attachment_94047" align="alignright" width="192"] Tom Duryea[/caption]

Summit State Bank’s president and CEO Tom Duryea joined the board for the Pacific Coast Banking School. Mr. Duryea is a 2007 graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School, the largest graduate-level banking school in the country. Since 1938, in partnership with the University of Washington Foster School of Business, over 10,000 participants have graduated from PCBS, with hundreds of graduates currently serving as CEOs of financial institutions and hundreds more serving in key leadership roles across the country. Business Organizations

[caption id="attachment_94048" align="alignleft" width="192"] Karin Berry[/caption]

Sonoma County GO LOCAL added Karin Berry to its management team. Ms. Berry has been working with businesses for more than 20 years in leadership positions. She has served as VP of national accounts for executive search agency R-FORTE, LLC; director of employee relations of West Coast University/American Career College; and VP of sales for I.M.S., an internet marketing company.Nonprofits


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