The Bank of Eastern Oregon recently announced the promotion of two employees at branches in the John Day valley.
Janice Provencher, a longtime banker in John Day, has been named branch manager of the John Day branch. Janice has worked in the banking industry for a total of 29 years. She has held positions as customer service representative, new accounts representative, vault teller, operations officer and manager in her career. Janice started her career with the Bank of Eastern Oregon in 1974. She also worked for First National Bank and its successors in Pendleton, Hood River, and John Day.
Andrea Moles has been named operations supervisor at the Prairie City branch. Andrea has been employed in banking for 17 years, working in Portland, Fossil, John Day and Prairie City.
Bob Quinton, who managed each of these branches in the past, has assumed the duties of commercial and agricultural lender in both the John Day and Prairie City branches. Quinton can also help customers with their installment and mortgage lending needs, backed by a full service mortgage division with local responsiveness.
"Both Janice and Andrea are veteran bankers and we feel fortunate to have both of them providing excellent service to all of our customers. Bob Quinton has been extremely busy with loaning money to a variety of entities and these personnel moves will allow him to concentrate his efforts on this important part of our business," according to President and CEO George Koffler.