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River City Bank executive promoted

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River City Bank announces the promotion of Pat Lewis to executive vice president, chief operating officer. Most recently, Lewis held the position of senior vice president, commercial banking director.

In her new role, Lewis will draw on her 11 years of experience in back-office support, customer service and cash management with River City Bank to manage the bank’s operations, ensure compliance with policies and procedures and maintain the premier level of client services upon which River City Bank has established its reputation.

“I look forward with excitement to Pat’s contributions in her new and expanded role,” said Steve Fleming, River City Bank president and CEO. “Not only will she act as a liaison between the bank’s central operations and its corresponding divisions, but she will also help ensure that we continue to deliver upon our commitment of providing the highest level of service to our clients and to the Sacramento business community.”

Lewis said she’s eager for the new challenge.

“This is truly the culmination of my more than 18 years of financial services experience,” she said. “The one uniting element of all my experiences throughout my career is my overwhelming desire to provide exceptional client service. I believe my new role at River City Bank will provide an unparalleled opportunity to deliver the premier experiences that our clients have come to expect.”

Lewis is a graduate of Texas A&M and holds a master of business administration from Baylor University. She is active in community service and is currently serving on the board of Wellspring Women’s Center.

When she is not busy at work, she and her husband enjoy spending quality time with their 5-year-old son.

River City Bank, founded in 1973, is the Sacramento region’s premier business bank with assets of more than $1 billion. It has an office in downtown Davis at 239 E St.

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

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