Romine promoted, Rasor joins Bankcda team
Wes Veach, president and COO of Bankcda, recently announced a new executive promotion and the addition of a new officer in the company's loan department.
Shelly Romine has been promoted to executive vice president and chief credit officer after joining the company earlier this year. Romine is responsible for directing loan policies and credit procedures to ensure the overall quality of the bank's lending portfolio. She brings 16 years of finance experience to her role, including 12 years in Coeur d'Alene banking credit administration and commercial lending. Prior to that, she was a CPA for a local accounting firm.
Brad Rasor recently joined the company as vice president and commercial loan officer. The range of his experience in both lending and retail banking will bring added depth to the bank's loan department and make him an integral part of the success of the company. A graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School in 2009, Rasor has been a community banker for more than 10 years.
Ritti to serve as chair of American Lung Association council
The American Lung Association in Idaho is pleased to announce that Gene Ritti has agreed to serve as chair of its Leadership Council.
Ritti has served on the Lung Association's Idaho Leadership Council since November 2010. He has been active as a supporter and advocate for the Lung Association since that time. His volunteer leadership has included racing up the stairways of Idaho's tallest building last April, when he served as captain of Team Hawley in the first Fight For Air Climb stairclimb event in Boise at U.S. Bank Plaza.
Ritti has practiced law in Boise as a trial attorney with Hawley Troxell, one of Idaho's oldest and largest firms, for more than 34 years after active duty with the Marine Corps. He is currently co-chair of its litigation department, and serves on the Local Rules Committee for the U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho.
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