Brenda Felix is a great addition to the talented MBank team.
Gresham, OR (PRWEB) September 22, 2014
MBank is pleased to announce banking industry veteran and Gresham native Brenda Felix has joined MBank as Vice President and Manager of the Gresham Branch.
Ms. Felix comes to MBank with a background in banking management at US Bank, Unitus Community Credit Union and Key Bank.
MBank President/CEO Jef Baker said, “Brenda Felix is a great addition to the talented MBank team. She has proven expertise in Small Business banking and that is a cornerstone of community banking. That experience is reinforced by her personal connection as her parents are small business owners in the Gresham area.”
“Of the many great skills Brenda brings to MBank,” said MBank Senior Vice-President Casey Ryan, “is her connection to the community. That is vital for a community bank. She has been an active member of the Gresham Chamber of Commerce, the West Columbia Gorge Chamber of Commerce, as well as numerous community non-profit groups.”
Ms. Felix has been an Executive Board Member of Adult Learning Systems of Oregon, has served on the Gresham Barlow Education Foundation and on Freedoms Breath which is focused on the recovery and education of sex trafficking victims. She is also a member of a competitive Dragon Boat team
Brenda Felix and her husband are the parents of two children and are raising a nephew.
MBank, an equal housing lender, FDIC member institution, is headquartered in Gresham, Oregon and has offices in Gresham, Gladstone, Lake Grove and in SE Portland at 9415 SE Stark Street.
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