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Archives - July 2009
Tuesday, June 23, 2009

BANKS RANKED BY OREGON DEPOSITS AS OF JUNE 30, 2008

RANK NAME ADDRESS/PHONE SENIOR EXECUTIVES OREGON & SW WASH. / WORLDWIDE DEPOSITS OREGON / WORLDWIDE BRANCHES OREGON / WORLDWIDE EMPLOYEES CHARTER YEAR / STOCK PRICE CHANGE 5/31/08 - 5/31/09
1 U.S. Bancorp 111 S.W. Fifth Ave.
Portland 97204 800.US.BANKS
Malia Wasson
$8.6b
$127.8b
199
2,596
4,913
54,000
1863
-42.2%
2 Bank of America 121 S.W. Morrison St., Ste. 1700
Portland 97204 503.275.1429
Roger Hinshaw
$7.0b
$642.3b
99
5,738
1,640
201,898
1904
-66.9%
3 Washington Mutual* NA
NA
$6.5b
$183.5b
120
2,213
1,200
47,800
1889
-98.9%
4 Wells Fargo 1300 S.W. Fifth Ave.
Portland 97201 503.886.3340
Alan Johnson
$6.4b
$276.3b
138
3,369
5,969
168,000
1852
-7.5%
5 Umpqua Bank 445 S.E. Main
Roseburg 97470 866.486.7782
Raymond P. Davis
Dave Edson
$3.7b
$6.4b
75
148
1,115
1,710
1953
-39.0%
6 KeyBank 1211 S.W. Fifth Ave., Ste. 300
Portland 97204 503.790.7500
Brian Rice
$3.5b
$61.0b
69
997
650
21,000
1849
-74.3%
7 Sterling Savings Bank 9755 S.W. Barnes Rd., Ste.105
Portland 97225 503.291.4437
Terri Brownings
Walt Dodrill
$2.1b
$7.6b
69
176
590
1,875
1983
-52.7%
8 West Coast Bank 5335 Meadows Rd., Ste. 201
Lake Oswego 97035 800.895.3345
Robert Sznewajs
Anders Giltvedt
$1.8b
$2.1b
58
67
776
850
1925
-75.8%
9 Washington Federal Savings 14990 S.W. Bangy Rd.
Lake Oswego 97035 503.620.3241
Peggy Hobin
$1.2b
$7.2b
27
147
142
1,917
-41.6%
10 Bank of the Cascades P.O. Box 369
Bend 97709 541.385.6205
Patricia L. Moss
Michael J. Delvin
$1.1b
$1.6b
22
36
396
563
1976
-78.0%
11 Bank of the West 401 S.W. Fifth Ave.
Portland 97204 503.225.1744
Bill Williamson
$857.8m
$34.9b
32
676
251
7,824
1996
NA
12 LibertyBank P.O. Box 10426
Eugene 97440 541.681.4800
Robert L. Fenstermacher
Frank H. Hoell III
$778.2m
$778.2m
15
15
156
156
1983
NA
13 Columbia River Bank P.O. Box 1050
The Dalles 97058 541.298.6649
Roger Christensen
Greg Spear
$775.1m
$940.0m
18
24
307
351
1977
-78.1%
14 PremierWest Bank P.O. Box 40
Medford 97501 541.618.6000
John L. Anhorn
Rich Hieb
$664.0m
$1.2b
23
45
295
435
1990
-58.4%
15 First Independent Bank 1220 Main St.
Vancouver, WA 98660 360.699.4200
E.W. Firstenburg
William and Bruce Fristenburg
$640.4m
$684.4m
19
22
307
335
1910
NA
16 Pacific Continental Bank P.O. Box 10727
Eugene 97440 541.686.8685
Hal Brown
Mick Reynolds
$588.9m
$677.0m
12
14
238
260
1972
-18.7%
17 Banner Corporation 10 S. First Ave.
Walla Walla, WA 99362 800.272.9933
Donald R. Daggett
Janet Balzer
$575.0m
$3.6b
16
85
150
833
1890
-66.2%
18 Riverview Community Bank 900 Washington St.
Vancouver, WA 98660 360.693.7086
Ron Wysaske
$490.6m
$630.2m
14
18
198
210
1923
-66.1%
19 South Valley Bank & Trust P.O. Box 5210
Klamath Falls 97601 541.883.3366
William E. Castle
Loren L. Lawrie
$459.9m
$459.9m
17
17
190
190
1977
NA
20 Bank of Clark County** NA
NA
$375.7m
$375.7m
2
2
79
79
1999
NA
21 Citizens Bank P.O. Box 30
Corvallis 97339 541.752.5161
William V. Humphreys Sr.
Lark Wysham
$283.6m
$283.6m
12
12
137
137
1957
NA
22 Community Bank P.O. Box X
Joseph 97846 541.432.9050
Bruce Penoske
Tom Moran
$272.2m
$280.0m
13
13
120
1,955
NA
23 Columbia Community Bank 314 E. Main St.
Hillsboro 97123 503.693.7500
Rick A. Roby, Fred
Johnson, Robert Ekblad
$269.3m
$269.3m
4
4
50
50
1999
NA
24 First Federal Savings & Loan 118 N.E. Third St.
McMinnville 97128 503.472.6171
Marshall Wade
$261.7m
$261.7m
8
8
94
94
1922
NA
25 Evergreen Federal Savings 969 S.E. Sixth St.
Grants Pass 97526 541.479.3351
Brady Adams
Jeffrey D. Hyde
$244.4m
$244.4m
7
7
84
84
1934
NA
26 Columbia State Bank 10735 N.E. Halsey St.
Portland 97220 503.542.3720
Melanie J. Dressel
$232.3m
$2.4b
10
53
ND
ND
-59.3%
27 Siuslaw Bank P.O. Box 280
Florence 97439 541.997.3486
Johan Mehlum
Lonnie Iholts
$231.4m
$231.4m
10
10
120
120
1964
-12.0%
28 MBank P.O. Box 504
Gresham 97030 503.661.8688
Tom Perrick
Mike Czajka
$229.4m
$229.4m
6
6
95
95
1995
-80.0%
29 Pioneer Trust Bank 109 Commercial St. N.E.
Salem 97302 503.363.3136
S. Randolph Compton
John L. Willburn
$220.5m
$220.5m
2
2
68
68
1924
NA
30 Home Valley Bank P.O. Box 817
Grants Pass 97528 541.476.4663
Robert Ward, Lauri
Wilson, Steven Haight
$177.0m
$177.0m
5
5
63
63
1980
-74.2%
31 Bank of Eastern Oregon 279 N. Main
Heppner 97836 541.676.9125
E. George Koffler
Linda LaRue
$174.6m
$174.6m
11
11
86
86
1945
-57.8%
32 Frontier Bank P.O. Box 847
Salem 97308 503.585.5290
Jon Johnson
Larry Johnson
$172.6m
$3.3b
3
51
24
24
1991
-89.8%
33 Community First Bank 555 N.W. Third St.
Prineville 97754 541.447.4106
Robin B. Freeman
John Hajovsky
$168.9m
$168.9m
7
7
88
88
1980
-83.4%
34 Albina Community Bank 2002 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland 97212 503.287.7537
Robert L. McKean
$146.1m
$146.1m
5
5
49
49
1995
-68.6%
35 HomeStreet Bank 22 N.W. 23rd Ave.
Portland 97210 503.227.1679
Brad Holland
Kyle Roaf
$134.2m
$1.6b
3
19
65
535
1921
NA
36 Union Bank of California 407 S.W. Broadway
Portland 97205 503.225.3636
Mike Hart
Gene d’Autremont
$123.4m
$40.8b
1
342
70
10,253
1892
NA



*Was seized by federal regulators in September 2008 when its branches, deposits and loans were sold to New York-based JPMorgan Chase.
**Was seized by federal regulators in January 2009 when its deposits and branches were sold to Oregon-based Umpqua Bank.
***A wholly owned subsidiary of Tacoma, Wash.-based Columbia Banking Systems.

SOURCE: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.. and bank representatives.

 

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