01/11/2019: Bank Partnership with SCDC

The South Coast Development Council, Inc. helps support established businesses as well as with new and developing businesses. Support comes in many forms that often include assistance finding appropriate building sites, negotiating lease/purchases, evaluating resources, leveraging grants, and helping our community tell its story.  Read more about our partnership with SCDC here: Oregon Pacific Bank Partnership

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12/21/2018: Battered Persons’ Advocacy Receives Community Impact Award

Oregon Pacific Bank Chooses Battered Persons’ Advocacy for Community Impact Award Oregon Pacific Bank is celebrating its second annual Community Impact Award by granting $5,000 to the Battered Persons’ Advocacy (BPA) in Roseburg, Oregon. The Bank received twenty-four applications from charitable organizations throughout the State of Oregon this year and felt that BPA demonstrated not […]

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10/03/2018: Oregon Pacific Bank Supports National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Oregon Pacific Bank Pledges to Support National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2018 as a Champion Oregon Pacific Bank will be joining a growing global effort among businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy.    A multi-layered and far-reaching campaign held annually throughout the month […]

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09/11/2018: #AskTheBanker S01 E11

Join us for this week’s episode of #AskTheBanker. Learn about ATM networks, business checking accounts, and the Dodd-Frank Act. Also, stay tuned for our first ever #AskTheBankerChallenge! Have a question you want an answer to? Ask us below!

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09/04/2018: Eugene Local Tim Campbell Joins Oregon Pacific Bank’s Board of Directors

Oregon Pacific Bank is pleased to announce that Tim Campbell of Campbell Commercial Real Estate, has joined the Bank’s board of directors. Born and raised in Eugene, Tim has been part of the local community for over 45 years. Holding a bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric Communication from the University of Oregon, Tim moved to Seattle, […]

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