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  • Kitsap Bank Honors Employee Of The Quarter

    November 6, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to announce that Jason Woody, Senior Client Service Specialist at our Silverdale Branch, has been named Employee of the Third Quarter of 2020. Woody joined the Kitsap Bank family in 2004 and has become a valuable asset to the bank. He was selected for this award by his peers, who praised his willingness to always lend a helping hand in any situation, continually showing tremendous leadership and always embracing challenges with a positive attitude.   “Jason is a valuable employee; his hard work and dedication to our clients makes him a valuable member of the Kitsap Bank team.” stated Marlene Mitchell, Vice President/Regional Manager. “We’re very pleased to recognize Jason’s excellent performance with this award.” Kitsap Bank’s Employee of the Quarter award recognizes employees for significant contributions to the operating excellence of the Bank.   Established August 8, 1908, Kitsap Bank is…
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  • Kitsap Bank Promotes Jennifer Ruckman

    November 4, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Ruckman to Vice President, Regional Manager. In this role, Ruckman will lead Kitsap Bank’s South Sound branches. She joined Kitsap Bank over 15 years ago as Operations Supervisor, and has since steadily advanced her career. In 2013, Ruckman was promoted to Branch Manager of the East Bremerton Branch and earlier this year was promoted to Vice President, Branch Manager. Ruckman holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington, and is a graduate of the Washington Bankers Association’s Management Development Program. She is committed to her community, serving as Board Member and President for Meals on Wheels of Kitsap County for the past seven years.  “Jennifer has made significant contributions to the organization. She is a strong leader, and well-deserving of this advancement in her career,” commented Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Her…
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  • Kitsap Bank Raised Over $30,000 For Local Food Banks

    October 29, 2020
    Kitsap Bank recently presented over $30,000 in donations to nine local food bank affiliates. During the months of September and October, the Bank hosted nine “From Shred to Fed” events around the region. The public was invited to bring their outdated and sensitive records to various Kitsap Bank branches for secure destruction, while making a donation to their local food bank in return. Combined with the bank’s corporate donations, Kitsap Bank generated more than $45,000 in 2020 for local food banks in Kitsap, Jefferson, Clallam and Pierce counties.  “We were very pleased to partner with the local food banks to give back to our communities,” stated Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Over one hundred of our employees came out to volunteer during these events with a shared goal to raise awareness of the needs right here at home, and also to be able to support our food banks during this very challenging…
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  • Kitsap Bank Promotes Taylor Jernigan

    October 27, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Taylor Jernigan to Assistant Vice President, Employee Relationship Administrator. Jernigan has been with Kitsap Bank since 2018, most recently serving as Human Resources Generalist. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of San Francisco in Business Administration. “Taylor’s experience, relentless attention to detail, and commitment to the bank, are a few of the reasons she is deserving of this promotion,” states Marilyn Hoppen, Senior Vice President, Human Resources Director. “She is a valuable team member and we are pleased to recognize her efforts with this promotion.”   Established August 8, 1908, Kitsap Bank is headquartered in Port Orchard, WA, operating 18 locations throughout Western Washington. With over $1.5 billion in assets, the Bank provides a full range of financial services to commercial and individual clients. Kitsap Bank has been named a Preferred…
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  • Kitsap Bank Partners With The Bremerton Foodline

    October 16, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to partner with the Bremerton Foodline in hosting a Shred Event on Saturday, October 24th from 9am to Noon at Kitsap Bank’s East Bremerton Branch, 3425 Wheaton Way. The public is encouraged to bring outdated or sensitive documents for safe destruction and disposal, and to support the food bank at the same time with a monetary donation. All funds raised at this event will go to supporting the Bremerton Foodline. “We are pleased to partner with the Bremerton Foodline to give back to the community,” stated Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Through the shred event we hope to raise awareness of the needs here at home and be able to support the food bank during these challenging times.”  Participants are asked to limit documents to a maximum of 75 pounds per vehicle; and to make a cash or check donation in the amount they choose to the local food bank. For more information and to view other Kitsap Bank…
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  • Kitsap Bank Partners With The Fish Food Bank

    October 8, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to partner with the Fish Food Bank in hosting a Shred Event on Saturday, October 17th from 9am to Noon at Kitsap Bank’s Gig Harbor Branch, 4714 Point Fosdick Drive. The public is encouraged to bring outdated or sensitive documents for safe destruction and disposal, and to support the food bank at the same time with a monetary donation. All funds raised at this event will go to supporting the Fish Food Bank. “We are pleased to partner with the Fish Food Bank to give back to the community,” stated Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Through the shred event we hope to raise awareness of the needs here at home and be able to support the food bank during these challenging times.”  Participants are asked to limit documents to a maximum of 75 pounds per vehicle; and to make a cash or check donation in the amount they choose to the local food bank. For more information and to view other Kitsap Bank Shred…
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  • Kitsap Bank Partners With The South Kitsap Helpline

    October 8, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to partner with the South Kitsap Helpline in hosting a Shred Event on Saturday, October 17th from 9am to Noon at Kitsap Bank’s Bethel & Lund Branch, 3324 Bethel Road SE. The public is encouraged to bring outdated or sensitive documents for safe destruction and disposal, and to support the food bank at the same time with a monetary donation. All funds raised at this event will go to supporting the South Kitsap Helpline. “We are pleased to partner with the South Kitsap Helpline to give back to the community,” stated Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Through the shred event we hope to raise awareness of the needs here at home and be able to support the food bank during these challenging times.”  Participants are asked to limit documents to a maximum of 75 pounds per vehicle; and to make a cash or check donation in the amount they choose to the local food bank. For more information and to view…
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  • Kitsap Bank Partners With The Helpline House

    October 2, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to partner with the Helpline House in hosting a Shred Event on Saturday, October 10th from 9am to Noon at Kitsap Bank’s Bainbridge Island Branch, 10140 High School Road NE. The public is encouraged to bring outdated or sensitive documents for safe destruction and disposal, and to support the food bank at the same time with a monetary donation. All funds raised at this event will go to supporting the Helpline House. “We are pleased to partner with the Helpline House to give back to the community,” stated Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Through the shred event we hope to raise awareness of the needs here at home and be able to support the food bank during these challenging times.”  Participants are asked to limit documents to a maximum of 75 pounds per vehicle; and to make a cash or check donation in the amount they choose to the local food bank. For more information and to view other Kitsap Bank…
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  • Kitsap Bank Announces 2020 edg3 FUND Finalists

    October 1, 2020
    Kitsap Bank has announced the eight finalists in its seventh annual edg3 FUND Small Business Competition.  These businesses, will move on to compete in the final phases of the competition, including interviews, pitches, and a public vote. Winners will be selected based upon how well they meet the edg3 FUND mission and criteria.  Kitsap Bank will announce the winners on Friday, November 20, 2020 during Global Entrepreneurship Week.  “We were impressed with the caliber of businesses represented in our applicant grouping, and their commitment to bettering their communities” stated Tony George, Kitsap Bank President/COO.  “Our finalists who come from this pool represent diverse industries and backgrounds, each benefiting from loyal community support.” The following companies were selected as Finalists for the edg3 FUND competition: Amma’s…
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  • Kitsap Bank Partners With The Port Angeles Food Bank

    September 24, 2020
    Kitsap Bank is pleased to partner with the Port Angeles Food Bank in hosting a Shred Event on Saturday, October 3rd from 9am to Noon at Kitsap Bank’s Port Angeles Branch, 716 E Front Street. The public is encouraged to bring outdated or sensitive documents for safe destruction and disposal, and to support the food bank at the same time with a monetary donation. All funds raised at this event will go to supporting the Port Angeles Food Bank. “We are pleased to partner with the Port Angeles Food Bank to give back to the community,” stated Charles Robertson, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking. “Through the shred event we hope to raise awareness of the needs here at home and be able to support the food bank during these challenging times.”  Participants are asked to limit documents to a maximum of 75 pounds per vehicle; and to make a cash or check donation in the amount they choose to the local food bank. For more information and to view…
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