Bank of Astoria has announced the promotion of three employees: Joyce Stuber, Erik Selden and Genny Butenshon.

Stuber has been promoted to assistant vice president and commercial banking officer. She will assist large and small business clients with their banking and business goals, and will be located at the Seaside Bank of Astoria branch.

Stuber began her banking career at the Bank of Astoria five years ago as a credit analyst. She became a commercial loan officer shortly thereafter, then was the employee development manager and lending trainer for the entire bank.

She is a graduate of Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, and holds a bachelor's degree in business management. She also completed post graduate accounting courses.

Selden has been promoted to assistant vice president. He will continue with his role as a commercial banking officer while managing his current client portfolio.

Prior to joining Bank of Astoria in No-vember, Selden was a commercial lender for MBank in Lake Oswego and US Bank in Portland. He has a bachelor's degree in communication with a minor in psychology from Portland State University, where he is working toward the completion of his master's degree.

Butenshon is the new manager of the Astoria branch. She will have the responsibility of business development, consumer lending and overseeing all branch activities.

She began her career with Bank of Astoria more than 14 years ago as a part-time teller. During her career she has held various positions at the bank, including assistant vice president/controller and human resources director. She recently transitioned to managing the Warrenton Branch.

Butenshon graduated magna cum laude from California State University at Northridge with a bachelor's degree in music. She also holds a human resources certification and has had various training through the Oregon Bankers Association.

For information about Bank of Astoria, go to (www.bankofastoria.com)

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