The Board of Directors of Oregon Coast Bank recently announced that Marcie Quintana has been promoted to vice president of compliance. During her 15-year career with the bank, she has held different positions in both the lending and operations departments.
Quintana graduated from Central High School in Pleasant Grove, Utah. She moved to Oregon in 1996 in order to be close to her family, who had relocated. After working for several area resorts, she joined Oregon Coast Bank as a loan processor in August of 2003. She eventually became the manager for that department and held that position for five years. She then worked as a loan officer in Newport before transferring to the Waldport office, where she was the operation supervisor. In August of 2015, Quintana joined the compliance department.
Quintana and her family live in Waldport, where her son, Jaysen, is a senior in high school. She serves on the board for Food Share of Lincoln County. In her leisure time, she likes to read, paddle board and spend time with her family.
“Through her hard work, and her resolve to get the job done right, Marcie has become an important part of our Oregon Coast Bank management team," said Joe Postlewait, president of Oregon Coast Bank. “She has wholly committed to every position she has held within the bank and is always looking for new opportunities to grow and to challenge herself. Compliance is a complicated and tough field to specialize in, but Marcie has the ability and tenacity to be very successful in that area.”
Locally owned and operated, Oregon Coast Bank has grown to more than $200 million in assets. The bank operates offices in Newport, Toledo, Waldport, Lincoln City, Pacific City and Tillamook. With an emphasis on community lending, Oregon Coast Bank has provided more than $534 million in financing to local families and businesses.