First Northern Bank promotes McCurley to senior vp

By April 15, 2011

First Northern Bank has promoted Steven McCurley to senior vice president/commercial real estate and small business lending.

McCurley was hired as a vice president in 1998 to manage First Northern’s Small Business Administration Loan Department, which was established in Sacramento to serve small business and industrial loan demand throughout the bank’s market area.

McCurley was promoted in recognition of his increased responsibilities, which now include managing First Northern’s commercial real estate function and oversight of the small-business lending team.

Prior to joining First Northern, McCurley was employed by the Bank of Commerce in Auburn and The Money Store Investment Corp. He graduated from San Diego State University in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance.

Over the years, McCurley has been involved in various capacities with Little League baseball and recreational swimming and soccer. He is a past member of the Bella Vista High School Boosters. He is an active associate member of the Association of Commercial Real Estate and the Risk Management Association.

McCurley has lived in Fair Oaks for the past 20 years with his wife, daughter and son.

Dixon-based First Northern Bank, an independent community bank founded in 1910, serves Yolo, Solano, Sacramento and Placer counties as well as the west slope of El Dorado County. For more information, visit http://www.thatsmybank.com.

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