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June 15, 2019
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Summit promotion

May 3, 2019

“Maggie has been with Summit State Bank for over 8 years and now has taken on the role of Rohnert Park Branch Manager. She is involved in the community and shows her strong work ethic in and outside of the branch. We are very excited for this next step in her career,” said Jim Brush, President and CEO of Summit State Bank.

 She has more than 13 years of experience in community banking, the past eight years at Summit State Bank. Maggie is actively involved within Sonoma County and has volunteered with at NOAH (Neighbors Organized Against Hunger), California Deer Association, Redwood Food Bank, and Girls on the Run. Maggie was raised in Sonoma County and in her spare time enjoys the outdoors – hiking, camping and traveling. She likes to spend time with family and close friends.  

 About Summit State Bank

Summit State Bank, a local community bank, has total assets of $622 million and total equity of $62 million at December 31, 2018. Headquartered in Sonoma County, the Bank specializes in providing exceptional customer service and customized financial solutions to aid in the success of local small businesses and nonprofits throughout Sonoma County.  

 Summit State Bank is committed to embracing the diverse backgrounds, cultures and talents of its employees to create high performance and support the evolving needs of its customers and community it serves. At the center of diversity is inclusion, collaboration, and a shared vision for delivering superior service and results for shareholders. Presently, 82% of management are women and minorities with 60% represented on the Executive Management Team. Through the engagement of its team, Summit State Bank has received many esteemed awards including: Best Business Bank, Corporate Philanthropy Award and Best Places to Work in the North Bay.

 Summit State Bank’s stock is traded on the Nasdaq Global Market under the symbol SSBI. Further information can be found at www.summitstatebank.com.