Central Valley Community Bank Promotes Quisenberry

By Marie Browning

Daniel J. Doyle, Chief Executive Officer of Central Valley Community Bank (CVCB), announced that the Bank has added an Executive Vice President position in order to optimize management oversight based upon the continued growth of the company. The new organizational structure promoted the four existing Senior Vice Presidents to Executive Vice Presidents. Gary D. Quisenberry was named as Executive Vice President, Commercial and Business Banking. As EVP, he is responsible for the management and development of new business for all agribusiness, commercial and real estate lending relationships, cash management, and insurance services.

Mr. Quisenberry has over 30 years of experience in bank leadership. He Gary-Quisenberry-Central-Valley-Community-Bankis a well-known business lending advocate and has a solid background in small business lending, commercial lending, and commercial banking. He joined CVCB in 2000 and at present, manages a team of 55. Prior to his tenure at CVCB, he served California Federal Bank as FVP, Business Banking, and was Senior Vice President at Glendale Federal Bank.

Mr. Quisenberry is a graduate of the California State University – Fresno. Currently, he serves on the board for the Fresno County Economic Development Corporation and Valley Crime Stoppers.

About Central Valley Community Bank
Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Fresno, California, Central Valley Community Bank is the sole banking subsidiary of Central Valley Community Bancorp. Currently, the bank operates 21 full-service offices in Clovis, Exeter, Fresno, Kerman, Lodi, Madera, Merced, Modesto, Oakhurst, Prather, Sacramento, Stockton, Tracy and Visalia, California. In addition, it operates Commercial Real Estate Lending, SBA Lending and Agribusiness Lending Departments. Additional information is found at www.cvcb.com.

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