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Patrick J. Dineen

Patrick J. Dineen

Chairman of the Board, Puget Sound Bank

After 40 years in various executive banking roles, culminating as president and manager of the Washington Commercial Banking Group for U.S. Bank of Washington, Pat Dineen retired and began a second career as owner and manager of the Dineen Family Vineyards in the Yakima Valley wine country. » Read More

He serves as a board member of the Washington Wine Science Center Development Authority, which is currently developing and building a wine science center for Washington State University. The facility will include a research and teaching winery, research laboratories and classrooms to enhance viticulture and enology programs.

Pat also serves on the boards of Washington Dental Service, the state’s largest dental benefits company, and Sterling Realty Organization, a developer and manager of real estate in Washington state.

He is a founding member of the board of directors of Puget Sound Bank and previously served on the boards of the Seattle Art Museum, Fifth Avenue Theatre, Providence Foundation, Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, Bellevue Boys and Girls Clubs, Corporate Council of the Arts (ArtsFund) and A Contemporary Theatre.

He is a graduate of Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) and Pacific Coast Banking School.

Thomas E. Leavitt

Thomas E. Leavitt

Vice-Chair, Puget Sound Bank
Chief Executive Officer, Leavitt Capital Companies

Tom Leavitt is the founder of Leavitt Capital Companies, a 35-year old real-estate investment firm headquartered in Seattle. The company organizes investment entities, and builds, acquires and operates commercial and multi-family properties throughout the United States. » Read More

He is a founding member of the board of directors of Puget Sound Bank and is a long-time member of the board of trustees of the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.

Tom previously served on the boards of the Epiphany School in Seattle, the Seattle University School of Law Board of Visitors, University of Washington Diabetes Research Council, Urban League of Seattle, and the Caroline Kline Galland Center for the Aged in Seattle.

He holds a law degree from Seattle University School of Law and an undergraduate degree from the University of Puget Sound.

Stephen A. Dennis

Stephen A. Dennis

Director, Puget Sound Bank

Steve Dennis serves on the board of Imagine Housing, an affordable housing provider in Kirkland, Washington. He is an active docent and writer for the Museum of Flight in Seattle, and recently completed two terms as a board member for the Bellevue Convention Center public development authority. » Read More

He retired as president and chief executive officer of Quadrant Homes, a subsidiary of Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company, capping a 30-year real-estate career. He led the team that built Quadrant Homes into the largest homebuilder in the Puget Sound region and established it as a leader in conservation and sustainability.

He is a founding member of the board of directors of Puget Sound Bank and served on the board of Children’s Home Society of Washington, the state’s oldest and largest statewide nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of children. Steve holds an undergraduate degree in construction management from the University of Washington and an MBA from the University of Colorado.

Lynn M. Manley

Lynn M. Manley

Director, Puget Sound Bank
Managing Director, Leora Consulting Group

Lynn Manley serves as a consultant with Leora Consulting Group, a firm specializing in strategic management and financial advisory services. Her background includes over 30 years of banking, encompassing corporate banking and cash management, real estate lending, corporate finance and private banking. » Read More

She serves on the National Board of Advisors of Washington State University’s College of Business, is a member of Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation and is a board trustee emeritus of Seattle Repertory Theatre.

In addition, Lynn sits on the finance committee of PATH, an international nonprofit that works to address some of the world’s most pressing health problems, serves as a director of the Chisolm Foundation, a charitable organization in Laurel, Mississippi, and as an advisory board member of the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, also in Laurel, MS. She has also served as treasurer, president and chair of Seattle Repertory Theatre.

James R. Mitchell

James R. Mitchell

Director, Puget Sound Bank
President and Chief Executive Officer, Puget Sound Bank

After spending over 30 years in executive banking roles in the Seattle area, Jim Mitchell assembled the team that started Puget Sound Bank. Past local positions include senior vice president and manager of the Seattle corporate banking office of Sterling Savings Bank and senior vice president of U.S. Bank in Seattle. » Read More

Although a Northwest native, Jim previously spent 11 years in Southern California with United California Bank (Wells Fargo) and Security Pacific Bank managing various commercial banking teams.

He earned a law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, an MBA from the University of Washington, and an undergraduate degree from Seattle University. He currently serves on the boards of Washington Bankers Association, the Western Independent Bankers Association, Bellevue LifeSpring (formerly known as Overlake Service League) and the Advisory Board of Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics. Past board participation has included the Washington state chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Intiman Theatre in Seattle.

Nancy Pellegrino

Nancy Pellegrino

Director, Puget Sound Bank

Nancy Pellegrino has more than 30 years of experience in the private banking and wealth management industry. Most recently she was managing director and Pacific Northwest head for Citi Private Bank. » Read More

At Citi Private Bank  she and her team provided wealth management, banking and capital markets solutions to ultra wealthy clients, family offices and nonprofits.She currently chairs the board of trustees of Woodland Park Zoo, serves on Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Ambassador’s Board and is a member of the board of governors of the World Trade Center Seattle.

Nancy previously served on the foundation and governance boards for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and on the boards of the Bellevue Boys and Girls Clubs, ArtsFund, PONCHO and Seattle Repertory Theatre. She is a member of Seattle Rotary 4 and in 2009 was named a “Women of Influence” by the Puget Sound Business Journal.

Prior to joining Citi Private Bank, Nancy served as regional president and head of the Pacific Northwest region for Bank of New York Mellon’s wealth management group. Before BNY Mellon, she served as the eastern region manager for the private asset management group of Banc One Securities Corporation based in Columbus, Ohio. Her previous experience includes executive roles with Bank One investment management group in Ohio and Texas, and as vice president and manager of Texas Commerce Bank’s oil and trust division.

She holds a BA in fine arts from Vanderbilt University and attended University College at Oxford University, Oxford, England.

Randall H. Quinton

Randall H. Quinton

Director, Puget Sound Bank

Randy Quinton is a founding member of the board of directors of Puget Sound Bank and currently serves as a technical advisor to Seattle-based Mantec Services, a contract manufacturing company serving government agencies, military divisions and the aerospace industry. In addition, he manages private placements and family commercial real estate holdings in the Puget Sound region. » Read More

He is a former board member of Bothell-based Quinton Instrument Co., the Quinton family business he helped grow into one of the largest U.S. providers of cardiac-stress testing and rehabilitation equipment. The company was acquired in 1984 and today is recognized as a pioneering innovator in medical devices.

In 1992, he developed a network router for Networks Northwest and served as a board member of that company until 1996 when it was sold. A graduate of the University of Washington, he has long been active in leadership roles in various Northwest charitable organizations.

James K. Schuler

James K. Schuler

Director, Puget Sound Bank

Jim Schuler became a director of Puget Sound Bank after the Company’s acquisition of Core Business Bank, where he held a director position since 2005. » Read More

In 1973 he began a long and successful career as a real-estate developer, building Schuler Homes into Hawaii’s largest homebuilder (along with a significant presence in the Western  United States). In 2002 Schuler Homes (then the country’s 12th largest builder), merged with D.R. Horton who became the largest homebuilder in the U.S.

In addition to serving on the boards of the Humane Society for Seattle/King County, the American Cancer Society Hawaii Pacific, and the American Red Cross Hawaii, Jim is active with the Schuler Family Foundation. The family foundation, conceived and created by Jim, focuses on education for underprivileged youth, cancer research and early detection, and animal welfare.

James F. Tune

James F. Tune

Director, Puget Sound Bank

Jim Tune is a trustee for ArtsFund Foundation, a position he stepped into after serving as president and chief executive officer of ArtsFund, one of the nation’s leading united arts fund. He also serves on the boards of Keynetics, a developer of internet technology services, and Washington Dental Service, the state’s largest dental benefits company. » Read More

Prior to ArtsFund he concluded a distinguished three-decade career as a corporate lawyer, including positions in Seattle as managing partner of Stoel Rives, partner at Dorsey & Whitney, and managing partner at Bogle & Gates.

Past nonprofit leadership positions include United Way of King County, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre Foundation and Group Health Foundation (part of Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound). Jim holds a law degree from Stanford Law School, a master’s degree in political science from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia.

Edward E. Wallace

Edward E. Wallace

Director, Puget Sound Bank

Ed Wallace serves as a board director for St. Joseph Hospital Foundation of Phoenix, AZ; Star Industries, the West Coast’s largest independent construction rental supplier; and Socialot, a website platform that helps small businesses manage social media. » Read More

He is the former owner of Destination Harley-Davidson, with locations in Tacoma, Puyallup and Silverdale, Washington, and Tigard, Oregon. Ed is the former general manager of Kenworth Truck Company (a division of PACCAR) and executive vice president and general manager of PACCAR Leasing Corporation.

He is a founding member of the board of directors of Puget Sound Bank and is the author of 52 Pick-Up, a guide to shaping organizational behavior for optimal financial performance. Ed earned his MBA from the University of Washington.

Robert C. Wallace

Robert C. Wallace

Director, Puget Sound Bank
Managing Partner, Wallace Properties Group

Bob Wallace is the managing partner of Wallace Properties Group, a commercial real-estate investment and development firm he formed in 1977. The firm includes numerous affiliated entities involved in commercial real estate investment, development and management in Washington state and Arizona. » Read More

He currently serves on the boards of PREMERA Blue Cross, the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and the Puget Sound Blood Center.

He is past chair of the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, Bellevue Convention Center Authority (Meydenbauer Center), Bellevue Downtown Association, Bellevue Rotary Club, Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce and Major League Baseball Public Facilities District (Safeco Field). Prior to joining Puget Sound Bank, he spent twenty-five years as a director of a publicly traded bank which was sold in 2008. A Bellevue native, Bob graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics and business from Seattle Pacific University.