Danielson joins Timberland Bank

Jodi Danielson. COURTESY PHOTO

Michael R. Sand, president of Timberland Bank, recently announced the addition of Jodi Danielson as a vice president and loan officer. She will be headquartered at the bank’s Auburn branch.

Danielson has more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry, most recently with Banner Bank. She will focus on generating mortgage loans for new and existing clients in the greater Federal Way and South King County market areas, in addition to marketing the bank’s niche construction lending programs including owner/builder financing.

“I’m very pleased to join Timberland, a trusted and well-capitalized community bank built on strong fundamentals,” Danielson said. “There is great value in providing customers with local lending flexibility and decision making in helping them achieve their financial goals.”

Timberland Bank was established in Hoquiam in 1915 and has grown to a 22-branch network in six counties of Western Washington. The bank operates five branches in Pierce county including Tacoma, Puyallup, Spanaway, Edgewood and Gig Harbor.

As of June 30, the greatest portion of the bank’s $931.01 million in assets is invested in local residential mortgage, construction and commercial and consumer-related loans to hundreds of individuals, families and businesses through our market areas.

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