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In 1904 a group of local residents in Rio Vista, CA got together and decided that the growing community was in need of a bank. On April 12, 1904 the Bank of Rio Vista was officially launched with $50,000 in capital and 72 local shareholders. Since that time the Bank has strived to meet the needs of the communities it serves.

Through consistent leadership the Bank has survived as many others have come and gone. Over the 100 plus years of the Bank's history, two things have remained constant; the Bank's commitment to its customers and a desire to serve in the community.

Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to the opportunity to serve you.

Our Management Team

Dave Greiner

Dave Greiner
Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board

Mr. Greiner is a native Californian and has spent his entire banking career, which began in 1974, in the greater Bay Area. He is an experienced community banker serving previously as President of three local community banks. He has an agricultural background and has worked with many small businesses over the years. He is a graduate of Santa Clara University, married with two children and two grandchildren. As a community volunteer he has served on many Boards including Rotary, Boy Scouts and the YMCA.

Troy Sanderson

Troy Sanderson
President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Credit Officer



Troy began in the banking industry as an intern while still attending college. In his 26 years as a banker, Troy has had the opportunity to work in loan production, appraisal, training, branch management, regional sales management, risk management and credit administration.  A graduate of California State University, Sacramento with a degree in Business Administration, Troy completed the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington in 2011, graduating with honors.  His management thesis was added to the school’s library.  Troy is an elected member of the Board of Education of the 7,500 student strong Petaluma City School District and is the Past President of Petaluma National Little League. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Solano County Farm Bureau.

Matt Klinker

Matt Klinker
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Matt Klinker serves as the Bank's CFO. Klinker has been with Bank of Rio Vista since December 2008 and has been in the banking industry since 1987, working in the Sacramento and Tracy areas before joining the Bank.

A graduate of University of the Pacific, Matt has also completed the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington in 2014. Matt is a long time central California resident and finds working for local community banks in small town settings rewarding.

Jamie L Ferguson

Jamie L Ferguson
Vice President/Operations Administrator

Jamie L Ferguson serves as Vice President/Operations Administrator. She has been with the bank 10 years in Operations, Audit, Human Resources and Training.

Ferguson came to the bank with many years of operations experience with several central valley banks, including F&M Bank in Lodi, CA.

Evelyn Wilson

Evelyn Wilson
Corporate Secretary/Executive Administrative Assistant/Human Resource Manager

Evelyn Wilson joined the bank in April of 1965. She has functioned in many areas of the Bank and is currently the Corporate Secretary and Executive Administrative Assistant/Human Resource Manager. Evelyn's roots in Rio Vista go back 4 generations and is proud to have raised her family in the community. Her knowledge of banking, friendships with the customers, and history at the Bank make her an invaluable asset to not only the Bank, but the community she serves as well.

Our Board of Directors

 Dave Greiner, CEO, Chairman of the Board

Mr. Greiner is a native Californian and has spent his entire banking career, which began in 1974, in the greater Bay Area. He is an experienced community banker serving previously as President of three local community banks. He has an agricultural background and has worked with many small businesses over the years.
He is a graduate of Santa Clara University, married with two children and a grandchild. As a community volunteer he has served on many Boards including Rotary, Boy Scouts and the YMCA.

 

Celia McCormack, Director

Celia was appointed to the board in 2005. Her great-great grandfather, Peter Hamilton, and great grandfather, Thomas McCormack, were among the founding members of the bank. She was born and raised in Rio Vista, graduating from Rio Vista High School. After that, she obtained a B.S. in Economics from UC Berkeley.

Her early career after college was in the advertising business. She worked for Kresser/Craig Advertising in Los Angeles for several years, followed by DDB Needham Advertising in Los Angeles and Sacramento as an Account Manager. In 1991, she and her husband started an advertising agency in Sacramento, the Glass Agency.

In 2005, her family decided to bottle and market wine under their own label. She began working for their brand, Dancing Coyote, handling all Sales and Marketing. She continues to function in that role today overseeing production of 10,000 cases and distribution in 16 U.S. states, as well as several international markets.

She currently lives in Sacramento with her three children.

 

Thomas McCormack, Director

Rancher, business man. Appointed to the Board in January 1960.

 

Al Medvitz, Director

Albert G. Medvitz is a former academic who is currently a rancher/farmer on 3,700 acres in Rio Vista where he and his wife, Jeannie McCormack, have raised grain, lambs, goats, alfalfa, and wine grapes since 1987. They have built McCormack Sheep and Grain into a renowned center of sustainable small ruminant livestock production.

Medvitz is a visiting scholar in the Department of Animal Science at the University of California at Davis; a sometime lecturer in the International Agricultural Development Program at UC Davis and the Department of Animal Science there; a past member of the board of directors of the California Farm Bureau Federation and the Solano County Farm Bureau, the Solano Land Trust, the California Wool Growers Association; and a former assistant professor of the physical sciences at Boston University. In 2004 he was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

His background includes experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the 1960s in Nigeria and later as a researcher, adviser and consultant for scientific and rural development organizations, including the United Nations, in West and Central Africa.

 

Darrell Ferreira, Director

Darrell is a lifelong Delta resident and farmer. He was an original member of the Delta Protection Commission, Past President of the Delta Pear Advisory Board, former President of Reclamation District #551, former member of the Board of the California Tomato Growers Association, and original and active member of the Delta Municipal Advisory Council.

 

Bill Henle, Director

Bill is President of Henle Associates, Inc., a firm providing strategic advisory services to businesses, service based companies and executives. Additionally, Bill manages family farming operations in Sutter County, California.

A native Californian born in Woodland, Bill has over 40 years of diverse business and executive management experience. Bill began his financial services career as a branch lending officer with Bank of America in Vacaville from where he progressed through various Northern California branch and administrative assignments before being named the bank's Statewide Head of Consumer Lending.

Bill then joined First Interstate Bank's Washington affiliate as a senior credit executive. With First Interstate he eventually relocated to Arizona to lead the development of the bank's regional consumer and mortgage lending businesses serving the states of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. In 2000, Bill was named Chief Operating Officer of Rabobank, N.A. (formerly VIB Corp and Valley Independent Bank) from which he retired in 2007. Bill holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of California, Berkeley. Post-graduate work includes: California Bankers Association Executive Development Program at the University of Southern California;California Bankers Association Leadership Development Program and Consumer Bankers Association Graduate School of Retail Bank Management at the University of Virginia.

  

Harry Hunt, Director

Harry Hunt was appointed to the board in 2012. His great-great grandfather, Peter Hamilton, and great grandfather, Thomas McCormack, were among the founding members of the Bank.

Harry graduated from UC Berkeley in 1995, completing his studies in International Political Economies. After working in financial services until 2001, he returned to school at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas where he earned his MBA. Since then he has worked in real estate asset management.

Harry lives in San Anselmo with his wife and two children.

 

Craig James, Director

Craig was raised in the Delta community in a farming family and graduated from Delta High School in Clarksburg and has a B.S. in Agriculture Business Management from Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo. He worked in the family farming business until joining Northwestern Mutual in 1985.

For the past 29 years he has advised individuals and businesses specializing in Life Insurance and Estate Planning. He has qualified numerous times for the Million Dollar Round Table. He is also an active board member of The Stockton Estate Planning Council.

Craig and his wife live in Lodi and have two sons who are both currently attending college.

  

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