Two islanders join HomeStreet Bank

HomeStreet Bank has announced that Jo Dearsley has joined HomeStreet Bank on Bainbridge Island as a customer service supervisor and assistant manager.

  • Tuesday, September 8, 2015 1:32pm
  • Business

Jo Dearsley and Matthew Turner have joined the team at HomeStreet Bank.

HomeStreet Bank has announced that Jo Dearsley has joined HomeStreet Bank on Bainbridge Island as a customer service supervisor and assistant manager.

Dearsley brings nine years of banking experience to the team. Her most recent position was with Bank of America, where she served as assistant manager.

A Bainbridge Island native, she has lived and worked in the area her entire life. As a fifth generation Kitsap County resident, she said she is very excited to provide her neighborhood with outstanding customer service at the HomeStreet branch, located at 921 Hildebrand Lane.

Matthew Turner has also joined the Bainbridge location as a personal banker.

Turner has been with Homestreet since 2013, has been a member of the Bainbridge community for many years and participates with Bainbridge parks and volunteers at the Bainbridge Island Rotary Auction.

 

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