Mr. Howard J. Dangerfield, a veteran banker with many years experience, joined the Board of Directors of Folsom Lake Bank. He has specific expertise in lending and bank operations, and was approached to help the Community Bank grow further.
Mr. Dangerfield began his banking career with Security Pacific Bank in Los Angeles, mostly at Glendale Federal Bank where he was a Senior Vice President. He has wide experience in branch and loan administration, corporate loan support and internal asset review. Mr. Dangerfield has a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Los Angeles in Business Administration and a Masters in Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
Mr. Dangerfield was also a spokesman for Glendale Federal and the industry with appearances on television news and talk shows as well as numerous quotes in major newspapers. Mr. Dangerfield has been involved with numerous organizations and conducted many seminars as the Chairman, Moderator and Guest Speaker for clinics, workshops, and conferences for the Institute for Financial Education and California League of Savings Institutions.
“We are delighted to welcome Jim to the organization and feel certain that he will be able to help our Classic Community Bank continue to grow and prosper.”
– Robert J. Flautt, President & CEO, Folsom Lake Bank
Folsom Lake Bank is a classic community bank with two locations, one in Folsom, the other in nearby Rosefille. The heart of the Folsom Historic District at 905 Sutter Street is home to the Folsom branch, and the Roseville branch is located at 2233 Douglas Boulevard, near the intersection of Eureka and Douglas.
The Bank is a locally owned and locally operated full service commercial bank focused on small business owners, professionals and individuals in the communities surrounding Folsom Lake. Folsom Lake Bank is publicly traded on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board.
When Folsom Lake Bank opened in April 2007, there were 12 board members, most of them well known local residents, and each with strong connections to the community. Chaired by David J. West, the board was Robert J. Flautt, Jerry Bernau, Claudia Cummings, David Doherty, Jeff Dutra, Dr. Lynn Judd, John Messner, Bob Miller, Carrie Reginato, Don Reid and Paul Reiken. Three were past presidents of Folsom Chamber of Commerce, 4 past presidents of the Rotary Club of Folsom, and two served as Chair of the Folsom Economic Development Corporation.