Rubert Joins Kitsap Bank as Vice President

Kitsap Bank welcomes Puyallup native and community banker veteran Clifford Rubert as the Bank’s new Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer. In his new role, Rubert will manage the loan activities at the bank’s Bonney Lake branch which serves eastern Pierce and South King counties. Rubert has 30 years experience in business banking, commercial lending, and SBA lending. Prior to joining Kitsap Bank, he was the Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer at Northwest Commercial Bank of Lakewood, Washington.

Rubert,Clifford-Kitsap-Bank“Cliff brings a great depth of knowledge and experience in commercial banking to this growing market,” said Kitsap Bank CEO Steve Politakis. He added that the team is looking forward to working with Rubert since he is an important resource in the South Sound business community.

Aside from his time spent in his profession as a banker, the new VP is active in the community. He is a member of the Lakewood Rotary and Chamber of Commerce, and also serves the Finance Committee of Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare.

About Kitsap Bank
Kitsap Bank is a full-service community bank providing solutions for businesses and individual consumers in Western Washington. Established in 1908, the bank operates 20 branch sites throughout Western Washington and has over $900 million in assets. It has been named a Preferred Lender by the U.S. Small Business Administration, has been ranked as one of Washington’s “Best Places to Work,” and earned a 5-star rating from BauerFinancial, Inc. Kitsap Bank is headquartered in Port Orchard, Washington. To learn more about Kitsap Bank, go to its website at www.kitsapbank.com.

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