Jay Couron Joins Oregon Pacific Bank’s Roseburg Commercial Relationship Team

Oregon Pacific Bank (OPB), a trusted community financial institution serving Douglas County since 2002, is delighted to announce the addition of Jay Couron to its esteemed Roseburg Branch as Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager. With a notable career in finance that spans over two decades, Jay’s extensive experience in the Roseburg community makes him a familiar face, and his expertise in lending will further enhance OPB’s commitment to supporting local businesses.


As a Commercial Relationship Manager, Jay Couron partners with businesses in the Roseburg area, offering tailored financial solutions and assisting with their financing needs. With a focus on real estate and equipment loans, Jay aims to help businesses grow and achieve their goals.


“I’m excited about the opportunity to assist new and existing businesses in realizing their dreams,” says Jay, emphasizing his dedication to empowering entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth within the community.


Jay Couron holds a bachelor’s degree in Small Business Administration/Management from California State University Dominguez Hills. His banking career began with a larger multistate bank, but he later transitioned to a smaller regional bank before joining OPB. Drawn by the Bank’s exceptional reputation and commitment to client service as a community-focused institution, Jay made the decision to join OPB, knowing it was a perfect fit for his values and aspirations.


Having lived in Roseburg for over two decades, Jay and his family have deep roots in the community. Originally moving to Roseburg to be closer to his wife’s parents, Jay and his family quickly fell in love with the area’s close-knit community and abundant natural beauty. They enjoy spending their time kayaking the North Umpqua River and traveling. In addition to his role at Oregon Pacific Bank, Jay and his wife own the C.H. Bailey House, a bed and breakfast in Roseburg. Maintaining the property’s picturesque grounds and assisting with weddings and events are among Jay’s responsibilities, showcasing his commitment to creating memorable experiences for others.


A true advocate for community engagement, Jay Couron serves as the chair of the North Umpqua Planning Advisory Committee. Additionally, he actively participates in NeighborWorks Umpqua’s finance committee. NeighborWorks Umpqua is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening rural communities by providing housing stability through affordable housing development, education, homeowner assistance, and financial services.


Reflecting on his decision to join OPB, Jay expresses his conviction in the Bank’s mission of service. “What stood out to me was the emphasis on teamwork and collaboration to help local businesses succeed,” he shares. “Now that I’m part of the team, I can genuinely see and feel that commitment.”


To learn more about the comprehensive range of banking solutions offered by Oregon Pacific Bank’s Roseburg branch and how we can support your nonprofit or business, reach out to 541-677-9454 or visit 2555 NW Edenbower Blvd.