Northern Nevada GIVES: Plumas Bank (sponsored)

Plumas Bank

Plumas Bank

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a five-part series of profiles on Northern Nevada-area nonprofits and businesses who participated in the 2021 rendition of Northern Nevada GIVES: a guide to charitable giving and corporate philanthropy. Read all the profiles here in a special section that published Nov. 24.

Plumas Bank

Locations: Reno, Carson City, Lake Tahoe and Northeastern California
Phone: 775-786-0907
Year Established Locally: Founded in 1980 and opened an office in Nevada in 2006
Number of Local Employees: 26 Nevada-based employees, 175+ total employees
Number of Local Volunteers: 50% of the Nevada team

Mission Statement

Plumas Bank is strongly committed to creating excellence in value:

  • For our clients, shareholders and communities,
  • By supplying the best financial products and services tailored to meet individual needs with integrity,
  • Through employees proactively dedicated to understanding and providing the specific needs of our clients,
  • With a devotion to our communities to positively impact the quality of life for our neighbors,
  • And to provide a financially successful company to properly reward our shareholders and supply our communities with a stable and valued employer.


Founded in 1980, Plumas Bank is a locally owned, full-service community bank headquartered in Quincy, California. Its parent company, Plumas Bancorp (Nasdaq: PLBC), is located in Reno, Nevada.

Plumas Bank helps to create strong local economies and strives to be a lasting and positive presence for every community it serves — its motto is, “HERE. For Good.”

As one of the top performing community banks in the nation with total asset growth exceeding $1 billion, Plumas Bank is a key provider of financial services to small and mid-sized businesses in Northern Nevada, Northeastern California and Southern Oregon. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.

Giving Opportunities:

In partnership with The Community Foundation of Northern Nevada, Plumas Bank inspired the establishment of the Dixie Fire Fund to provide disaster relief and long-term recovery for Northern Nevada’s neighboring California communities.

Plumas Bank contributed $50,000 to the fund which reached a total of $185,000 raised so far. The Dixie Fire is California’s second largest wildfire in its history. Learn more at

Plumas Bank gives back to every community it serves through local sponsorships and community volunteerism led by its branch and lending teams in Northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe/Truckee and Northeastern California.

Executive Leadership

  • Andrew Ryback, Director, President and CEO
  • Richard Belstock, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
  • B J North, Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer
  • Jeffrey Moore, Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer
  • Aaron Boigon, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Board of Directors:

  • Daniel West, Chairman of the Board, Graeagle, CA
  • Robert McClintock, Vice Chairman of the Board, Tahoe City, CA
  • Andrew Ryback, Director, President and Chief Executive Officer, Quincy, CA
  • Michonne AscuagaReno, NV
  • Steven M. ColdaniLodi, CA
  • Gerald W. Fletcher, Susanville, CA
  • Heidi Gansert, Reno, NV
  • Richard Kenny, Reno, NV
  • Julie Morehead, Yuba City, CA
  • Terrance Reeson, Quincy, CA

This content was provided and paid for by Plumas Bank


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