Michael R. Sand, president of Timberland Bank recently announced the addition of Gilda Obi-Davis to the bank’s cash management services division.
Ms. Obi-Davis is a career banker and has specialized in cash management services with several regional banks over the course of her career. She will focus on supporting the growth of business deposit relationships and cash management services for the bank. She reports to Diana Grantham, manager of the bank’s cash management group and will be headquartered at the Lacey office.
“We are very pleased to have Gilda join us. She adds a wealth of experience and strength in the business services area. We believe she will be a great addition to our growing cash management division and will contribute further to our company growth,” stated Ms. Grantham.
“It’s great to be part of a locally-based, well-capitalized institution such as Timberland Bank. The bank was built on sound fundamentals and maintains a strong focus on helping business owners maximize their time and make efficient use of their money. Timberland maintains a strong commitment to the personal service business owners rely on and they do what is right for the community,” stated Obi-Davis.
Timberland Bank was established in Hoquiam, WA and has grown to 22 branch network in six counties of Western Washington. The bank operates five branches in the Thurston County market including Lacey, downtown Olympia, Tumwater, Panorama and Yelm