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Clark County Business Briefing

The Columbian

People in Business

Riverview Bancorp, Inc. has named Tracie Jellison as its chief retail banking officer.

Jellison joined the bank nearly a year ago and has led the commercial team in the Oregon market. Coming from the retail side of the business, Jellison said she is happy to return to her roots.

Jellison has been a veteran in the field for more than 30 years, starting her career in Boise, Idaho, as a customer service representative. After three years of working on the front line with clients, she transitioned to become a consumer loan officer. After working for six years in this role, she became a senior loan officer, managing a team of lenders and the Visa credit card department. From there, Jellison made the transition to business lending.

During the month of July, Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Abigayle Coleman of Ridgefield to the Washington State LGBTQ Commission. Boards and commissions are designed to give Washingtonians a voice in their government and allow residents to influence decisions that shape the quality of life for all Washingtonians.

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