04/15/2019: Oregon Pacific Bank Announces 2019 Earnings
Oregon Pacific Bank Announces 2019 Earnings To view the full March 31, 2019 Consolidated Statement of Condition, click here To our Shareholders, Friends and the Communities we serve: Oregon Pacific Bancorp, and its wholly owned subsidiary Oregon Pacific Bank, reported quarterly net income of $400 thousand, or $0.06 per diluted share. Included in the first […]Continue Reading..
02/25/2019: Client Service Rep – I, On Call (Coos Bay)
Client Service Rep – I, On Call (Coos Bay) – Req. # 181917 Join our enthusiastic, close-knit team of professionals in the beautiful community of Coos Bay, Oregon. Assist our community members with their financial needs and build meaningful relationships with local families and business owners. Our Coos Bay team has a reputation for treating […]Continue Reading..
02/12/2019: Kim Erickson Promoted to Florence Team Leader
Oregon Pacific Bank Promotes Kim Erickson to Florence Team Leader Oregon Pacific Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Kim Erickson to Senior Vice President and Florence Team Leader. Kim will take on the added responsibilities of strategically leading the Bank’s market presence in the Florence area, while retaining her role as Manager of […]Continue Reading..
01/25/2019: Oregon Pacific Bank Announces 2018 Earnings
Oregon Pacific Bank Announces 2018 Earnings Florence, Ore., January 24, 2019 – Oregon Pacific Bancorp (ORPB) today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2018. Fourth Quarter 2018 Highlights Fourth quarter net income of $508 thousand – $0.07 per diluted share Quarterly loan growth of $22.4 million. Quarterly deposit growth […]Continue Reading..
Oregon Pacific Bank Offers Assistance to Furloughed Employees Oregon Pacific Bank has announced its commitment to assist local community members who are affected by the current government shut down. In response to the furlough of federal government employees, the Bank has created a special loan program to help with cash flow needs. The Bank has […]Continue Reading..