Jack W. Vickrey joins First Northern Bank as Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer for Agribusiness Lending Team

Jack Vickrey has joined First Northern in downtown Winters.

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Peter Faye, Senior Vice President and leader of First Northern Bank’s Agribusiness Loan Team, is pleased to announce that Jack Vickrey has accepted the position of Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer for the Agribusiness Lending Team. First Northern provides loans to agribusinesses located in the counties of Solano, Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and Contra Costa. Jack will serve customers throughout First Northern’s service area; his office is located in Winters. Jack’s 11 years in the agribusiness industry includes ranch management, distribution, harvesting, transportation sales, territory management, agri-marketing, business development, client retention, and sales production. Prior to joining First Northern Bank, Jack served four years as the President of Vickrey Orchards, Inc., a farm management company in Winters. He is past President and a current member of the Winters Rotary Club, and past Chair, and current member of both the Yolo County Young Farmers & Ranchers, and the Yolo County Farm Bureau. He was born and raised in Winters and has been active in the Winters community his entire life. Jack has a B.S. in Agribusiness Management from Pennsylvania State University. He currently resides in Winters with his wife and son. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, watching the San Francisco Giants play, and duck hunting in the winter with his family. In his role as a Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer for the Agribusiness Lending Team, Jack will be responsible for managing agribusiness loan development, building customer relationships, and ensuring that customers receive the highest level of service. First Northern Bank’s Winters Branch is located at 48 Main Street, Winters, CA., Jack can be reached at (530) 795-6403, Monday through Thursday: 9am-5pm and Friday: 9am-6pm.]]>

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