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We are excited to announce an agreement for the acquisition of The Bank of Washington by Sound Credit Union has been reached. Read More
NOTICE: Please note that the date of the Shareholders meeting has changed to January 4, 2019, 2:00 p.m. PST, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. For more information, visit our Investor Relations page.
The Bank of Washington is proud of our highly talented team of branch managers, many of whom live in the same communities as they work. Their commitment to clients translates into personalized one-on-one banking where we get to know your name and customize our services in concert with your lifestyle. Whether you need assistance with complex deposits products, want to learn how to use mobile banking, or are coming in for your child’s first savings account, they have the experience and the knowledge to meet all of your needs.
We would like to introduce you to your neighborhood banking professionals and invite you to contact them directly to start that relationship today.
“There is a niche for community banking. You are not a number; you are part of our large family. We get to know your individual situations and recommend helpful solutions. It’s what providing personalized service is all about.” Harry Ostrander, Vice President and Senior Branch Manager, joined The Bank of Washington in September 2006. Harry has previous experience as a bond trader for Foster & Marshall Brokerage, but has been in community banking for over 20 years. It’s this strong client-centered background that reinforces his beliefs in getting to know his customers on a personal level, not a transactional level. Making the client the center of your world is how you build a productive and successful long-term banking relationship. Harry’s spirited belief in being part of a community where The Bank of Washington can give back is evident in his ongoing dedication to the Edmonds community. Visit the entire team down at the Edmonds Office and experience firsthand The Bank of Washington’s brand of Quality Local Banking.
“Community banking brings back the personal aspect—relationships, not numbers—I enjoy truly getting to know my customers, from knowing their dogs and grandchildren’s names, life experiences, to becoming a friend.” Turi Morton, Vice President and Branch Manager, joined The Bank of Washington in July 2015. Turi brings to the bank a highly respectable banking career spanning 36 years, holding positions in various levels of management, most recently with HomeStreet Bank in Lynnwood. Her ability to connect with her clients on a personal level has enabled her to lead a career of proven success in business development and growth within the communities in which she is located. Come to the Mukilteo Office, have a cup of coffee, and meet the wonderful team there!
“Community banking is about the client experience, having an impact on people’s lives, it allows you to build relationships and its these relationships that bring success to the customer and the bank.” Donnie Rhodes, Vice President and Branch Manager, joined The Bank of Washington in December 2016. Donnie was previously with Prime Pacific in Mill Creek as their Branch Manager. He has spent most of his career working at local community banks and likes to tell people he has grown up in banking! Donnie’s deep community banking background has allowed him to truly understand customers want to know who is managing their money and always takes pride in being trusted for any of their needs. If you haven’t already, stop by our Lynnwood Branch today and meet Donnie and the team!
“A true community bank puts client relationships first and customizes financial products to meet the specific needs of the community they serve.” Matt Lebedev, VP and Branch Manager joined The Bank of Washington in November 2015. Most recently he worked at Plaza Blank in Seattle as an AVP and Relationship Manager. Matt holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University and has training in SBA loan programs. Combined with his educational background in business finance and 11 years of commercial community banking experience, he proves that dependability and trustworthiness are at the core of lasting client relationships. Matt and the Redmond Branch Team, focus daily on activities that support the execution of The Bank of Washington promise: develop long-term relationships with business and personal clients. Stop by the Redmond Office today and experience the difference in our brand of Quality Local Banking.
“Community banking is about trying to find what will benefit clients rather than hard selling them products or services they don’t need.” Terri Sasse, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager, joined The Bank of Washington in January 2016. She was previously with Opus Bank in Marysville, as their Assistant Manager. Helping solve client issues through persistence and answering banking questions with the latest information in the industry is the community banking difference you will experience walking into Terri’s branch. Come meet the team at the Everett Office and learn how you can become part of the community banking movement today!