Michele Rieke Joins the Board of Directors

EUREKA, CALIFORNIA – On January 17, 2019, REDWOOD CAPITAL BANCORP (RWCB.OB), the only locally owned and operated community bank holding company in Humboldt County, announced the appointment of Michele Rieke to the Board of Directors.

John Dalby, President and CEO remarked, “The Board of Directors, senior management and staff are extremely pleased to welcome Michele Rieke to the Board of Directors. Ms. Rieke brings a wealth of experience and expertise and will be a tremendous asset as we further our mission to provide exceptional community banking services in Humboldt County.”

Michele Rieke stated, “I am honored to be selected to serve on the Board of Directors and look forward to being a part of a strong community based bank.” Michele Rieke is a Humboldt County native, graduating from Eureka High School in 1979. Since 1991, Ms. Rieke has worked at St. Joseph Hospital, most recently as the Director of Human Resources serving both St. Joseph and Redwood Memorial Hospitals. She received her Professional in Human Resources certification in 2010 and her Senior Professional in Human Resources in 2013. Ms. Rieke is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) and the Northern California Human Resources Association (NCHRA). Ms. Rieke serves on the Board of Directors for North Coast Dance and is active in the community. She and her husband Jack reside in Eureka. They have two children and two grandchildren.

For more information regarding Redwood Capital Bancorp, please visit our website at www.redwoodcapitalbank.com, contact John E. Dalby, President & CEO, at (707) 444-9833, or stop by our headquarters and main office at 402 “G” Street, Eureka, California 95501.

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