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Mission Valley Bank Expands To Center Pointe

Bank adds second location in Santa Clarita. 

 

 

Tamara Gurney, President and CEO of Mission Valley Bank, has announced plans to open a new, full service banking office in the Centre Pointe area of the Santa Clarita Valley. "We are excited about the location of this new branch and believe that the selected site is centrally located in the heart of Centre Pointe, allowing us to provide yet another convenient location to serve our clients throughout the Santa Clarita Valley."

 

Mission Valley Bank's new office will be located at 26415 Carl Boyer Drive in Santa Clarita (at the corner of Center Pointe Parkway and Carl Boyer Drive). Marti Heinbaugh, Vice President, will manage the Centre Pointe branch of Mission Valley Bank. Marti, a long time resident of Santa Clarita has more than 30 years of banking experience. She is known by many throughout the community and understands the needs of Santa Clarita   Valley business owners. In making the announcement, Ms. Gurney stated, "This newest branch will allow Mission Valley Bank to provide our unique style of personal service banking more conveniently, to an even greater number of businesses and individuals throughout the Santa Clarita Valley. We have drawn together a truly outstanding team of banking professionals to serve this growing area and we are all looking forward to opening this beautiful new office during the Fall of 2007."

Once again named a Premier Performing Bank by the highly regarded Findley Reports, Mission Valley Bank is a full-service, independent, commercial bank with offices currently in Valencia and Sun Valley. Opened in 2001, Mission Valley Bank currently has assets in excess of $190,000,000. 

Mission Valley Bank Expands To Center Pointe

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