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Tri Counties Bank Conversion

Monday was the first day of business after Friday’s conversion for customers of Citizen’s bank to Tri-Counties Bank. Customers have been using their citizen’s cards and checks up to now. Tri Counties executive Judy Hess who made the transition with customers says the transition went smoothly but with a few ATM card questions from customers.

“It was a successful conversion and today we’re spending some time making sure that every single one of our customers is as happy as they were on Friday as they are today and tomorrow and the next day. So far, we’ve had a couple of hiccups, but we think those are behind us.”

Citizens Bank of Northern California’s closed, September 23, of 2011. As of June 30, 2011, Citizens Bank of Northern California had approximately $288 million in total assets and $253 million in total deposits. Tri Counties Bank agreed to purchase essentially all of the assets and all seven former Citizens Bank of Northern California branch locations reopened Monday, September 26, 2011, as branches of Tri Counties Bank.

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