Jennifer Waldrop Joins Community 1st Bank
Community 1st Bank recently announced that Jennifer Waldrop has been named Senior Vice President, Relationship Manager at the Bank's new Loan Production Office in Sacramento.
Waldrop lives in El Dorado Hills and has 11 years of experience in multiple roles with Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase, where she recently worked as a relationship manager for several years.
The new Loan Production Office in Sacramento is located at Point West Corporate Plaza, 1425 River Park Drive, Suite 404 near Cal Expo. The office will serve the Bank's growing Sacramento business clientele.
Community 1st Bank is an SBA Preferred Lender.
Waldrop's role as Relationship Manager will comprise of assisting on loan products, including commercial, consumer and real estate loans from this new location.
"It's exciting to be working for Community 1st Bank at a time when it's expanding its presence in the Sacramento region," Waldrop said. "I have a passion for working directly with small business owners and enjoy the pure satisfaction that comes with helping them with their lending needs. I feel Community 1st Bank is the right fit for many reasons. I love that the Bank possesses a local presence and has a stream-lined loan process."
"Jennifer Waldrop is an excellent new addition to the team at Community 1st Bank and will be a wonderful asset as we embark on an exciting new venture in the Sacramento market," said Robert Haydon, President and CEO of Community 1st Bank.
"Jennifer has tremendous knowledge and experience as a relationship manager. She is very service-oriented and our Sacramento-area customers will benefit from her knowledge and attention to detail."
Waldrop grew up in Elk Grove, and received a BA in Social Science with a minor in Human Resource Management from California State University, Chico.
Waldrop competed in track and field in college and remains a runner. Her goal for 2014 is completing a half-marathon. Her other hobbies include spending time with her family, hiking and golf.
She is married to David Waldrop and the couple has two children - Jackson, 3, and Alyson, who is 8 months old.
About Community 1st Bank
In addition to the new Sacramento Loan Production Office, Community 1st Bank has offices in Auburn and Roseville, which offers business and personal loans and deposit products, including remote deposit capture, health savings accounts, online banking, cash management services and "coming soon," mobile banking. For more information about the Bank, visit the Bank's website at www.community1bank.com, call the Auburn office at 530-863-4800 or our Roseville location at 916-724-2424.
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