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OVCB Announcing Hiring Of Commercial Loan Officer

POSTED July 11, 2017 1:02 p.m.
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OVCB Announcing Hiring Of Commercial Loan Officer

OVCB Announcing Hiring Of Commercial Loan Officer

Jeff Hushaw


Oak Valley Community Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Oak Valley Bancorp (NASDAQ: OVLY), announced that Jeff Hushaw has joined the Bank as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer. He will be based out of the Oakdale location.

Hushaw brings over 30 years of Central Valley commercial, agricultural, and agri-business lending experience to the bank. In his new role, he will manage a loan portfolio and focus on new business development.

“We are excited to have Jeff join the Oak Valley team. His extensive commercial lending experience and knowledge will help support the expansion of business relationships in the Central Valley,” stated Gary Stephens, SVP, Senior Lending Officer.

Hushaw holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Finance, from California State University, Chico. He is a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School, Class of 2004. Hushaw is currently a member of the San Joaquin Business Council. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities, wine tasting, and spending time with friends and family. He resides in Linden with his wife Tammy.

Oak Valley Bancorp operates Oak Valley Community Bank & Eastern Sierra Community Bank, through which it offers a variety of loan and deposit products to individuals and small businesses. They currently operate through 16 branches: Oakdale, Turlock, Stockton, Patterson, Ripon, Escalon, Manteca, Tracy, two branches in Sonora, three branches in Modesto, and three branches in the Eastern Sierra Division, including Bridgeport, Mammoth Lakes and Bishop.

For more information, call 1-866-844-7500 or visit www.ovcb.com.

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