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Puget Sound Bank Hires Nicole Gomez

2012 May 4 by

May 4, 2012 — Puget Sound Bank is pleased to announce the addition of a new operations specialist, Nicole Gomez. Nicole is a University of Washington graduate and has years of back office experience at various other organizations.  In her free time, Nicole likes to camp and kayak with her family.

“Employing dedicated professionals like Nicole enable us to continue to provide stellar service to our clients,” said Jim Mitchell, Puget Sound Bank chief executive officer and president.

Puget Sound Bank Makes Strides Against Breast Cancer

2011 October 14 by

October 14, 2011 - In support of National Breast Cancer Month, Puget Sound Bank joined 2,000 walkers in the King County Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. The Bank had 27 enthusiastic participants who prevailed against wind and rain and a few steep hills to honor the survivors and support the cause.  Through various office fundraisers, including the beloved “jeans day,” the Bank raised $2,665 for the American Cancer Society.

“We wholeheartedly believe in the effectiveness of early detection and want to do what we can to empower women to reduce their risks of breast cancer,” said Jim Mitchell, CEO and president of Puget Sound Bank.

Puget Sound Bank sponsors SU O’Brien Open

2011 September 29 by

September 29, 2011 – Reflecting our shared belief in educating the whole person through academics, social justice, and athletics, Puget Sound Bank proudly sponsored the 9th Annual Seattle University O’Brien Open. The tournament was held at Redmond Ridge on September 12, 2011 with 166 golfers. Jim Mitchell, president and CEO of Puget Sound Bank, is a graduate of the Albers School of Business and Economics and currently serves on that school’s board. The event was hugely successful, with over $40,000 raised for the Redhawk men’s basketball program.

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