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Burford joins River City Bank board

Lon Burford has been appointed to the River City Bank board of directors. Courtesy photo

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From page A17 | December 02, 2012 |

Lon Burford, a wealth management expert and co-founder of Genovese, Burford & Brothers, has been appointed to the River City Bank board of directors. River City, the largest, independent, locally owned bank in the Sacramento region, has a Davis branch at 239 E St. downtown.

Last July, River City Bank forged a partnership with Genovese Burford & Brothers as part of its ongoing commitment to serve the investment, wealth management and retirement planning needs of its clientele. Burford’s confirmation to the board of directors reaffirms that commitment, a news release said.

“Adding Lon to the board does more than strengthen the partnership between GBB and the bank,” notes Steve Fleming, River City Bank president and CEO. “It underscores our commitment to our clients, especially in the areas of corporate retirement planning, asset management and fiduciary support.”

Adds Shawn Devlin, chairman of the bank board, “By bringing Lon and his financial planning skills to the board, River City Bank’s goal is to extend the influence and expertise of our group, whose members possess significant knowledge in a diversity of disciplines such as agriculture, health care, retail and technology.”

Also a member of the board is Frederick J. Durst, a Yolo County farmer and rancher.

For more information, visit www.rivercitybank.com or call 916-567-2600.

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