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People’s Bank Prepares For Transition In Executive Leadership

August 2, 2020

After more than 20 years, People’s Bank executive management undergoes a transition in leadership due to the recent retirement of the former Chief Financial Officer Russ Milburn and to prepare for the future retirement of its current Chief Executive Officer Ken Trautman, Chief Operating Officer Jeri Reno and Chief Credit Officer John Boyd. All are…

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Meet Julia Beattie – The New President of People’s Bank

August 2, 2020

Education / Community / Career Timeline 1984 Baylor University – Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Economics and Finance 1986 The University of Texas – Finance MBA 1991 Union National Bank of Texas 1992 Moved to Southern Oregon 1993 Western Bank – Commercial Lending Officer & Branch Manager 1997 Joined the Central Point…

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People’s Bank Promotes Lindsey Trautman To Chief Financial Officer

August 2, 2020

People’s Bank of Commerce is proud to announce the promotion of Lindsey Trautman as its chief financial officer at its corporate branch located at 1528 Biddle Road in Medford. A Rogue Valley native, Trautman took over the position on May 2, 2020, following the retirement of the bank’s former CFO, Russ Milburn, who served since…

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Choosing your Replacement

August 2, 2020

I reached out to Ken Trautman, Co-Founder, CEO and Original President to ask him a couple of questions about the process, what challenges he thinks she will face and what he will be able to focus on now.  JET What brought you to this decision?  It was important to me that we selected an individual…

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People’s Bank year-to-date Earnings per Share Increase 24%

August 2, 2020

People’s Bank of Commerce (OTCBB: PBCO) announced on 7/22/2020  its financial results for the second quarter and year-to-date 2020.  The bank reported net income of $1,385,000 or $0.39 per basic and diluted share for the second quarter of 2020, compared to net income of $933,000 or $0.30 per share in the same quarter of 2019. …

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Dr. Dan Peterson Appointed Oregon Tech’s Dean of the College of Health, Arts and Sciences

June 20, 2020

June 18, 2020, KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) announced today that Dan Peterson, Ph.D., has been appointed as dean of the College of Health, Arts and Sciences (HAS), effective July 1, 2020. Dr. Peterson has been serving as interim dean over the last year and has been a member of the faculty in…

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KCC Small Business Development Center ramps up services to help local businesses navigate assistance programs

May 14, 2020

The Klamath Community College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has ramped up its services for Klamath and Lake counties and is actively working with lenders, the U.S. Small Business Administration, Business Oregon, and numerous local leaders to help business owners and entrepreneurs understand the latest developments with the rapidly changing business climate and the numerous…

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Local high school students seize opportunity, enroll in courses at Klamath Community College and Oregon Tech

May 4, 2020

Isaac Pena says as a young boy one of his favorite playtime activities was to walk around the house and handcu his parents, then shu e them into a room he playfully called “jail.” Pena, now a 16-year-old sophomore at Mazama High School, said he plans to pursue a career in law enforcement, and he…

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Oregon Tech Transitions Spring Term to Remote Delivery of Courses

March 20, 2020

March 20, 2020, KLAMATH FALLS, Oregon- As Oregon Institute of Technology (“Oregon Tech”) continues to monitor the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, President Nagi Naganathan announced that all courses will be taught through remote delivery for the entire spring term between April 6 and June 12, 2020. The decision is an extension of the University’s remote delivery operating…

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KCC to move all academic, GED, and ESL spring term courses online; workforce trainings are delayed

March 19, 2020

Klamath Community College is in the process of transferring all spring term courses to an online format that will allow students to participate from any place with an internet connection. Spring term will be a 10-week term, starting on April 6 and ending on June 12. “KCC is committed to providing quality education for all…

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Oregon Tech proactively preparing its campuses, teaching sites for a comprehensive response to Coronavirus

March 7, 2020

March 7, 2020; KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” has deployed a COVID-19 response team to ensure that it is prepared should any of its students, employees or campus contacts test positive for the coronavirus. With new presumptive cases announced today in Klamath, Jackson and Washington counties, university officials are continuing to communicate…

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Klamath IDEA Announces Upcoming Launch of New Web Platform for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses

March 7, 2020

Klamath IDEA announced today that on March 18 it will launch an innovative new web platform that will connect the region’s growing entrepreneurial and small business community to expert service providers and resources. The site is powered by SourceLink®, a nationally known platform supporting entrepreneurial ecosystems in over 100 communities nationwide.  Kat Rutledge, director of…

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