Regents Bank Celebrating 15 Years with Our Clients & Our Team

September marked 15 years in business for Regents Bank – our crystal anniversary. Much has happened in our world, our economy and our company during that time. We’re fortunate that valued clients and hard-working employees have been our constants, and we would like to give extra, special recognition to the following people:

Thank you to our legacy Regents Bank employees who have shared their talents with us since the beginning. They are our continuity and our inspiration.

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Pictured from left to right:
Dawn Stout, VP, Credit Applications & Data Administrator
Cecilia Wittmann, Client Service Specialist II
Claudia Sanchez, AVP, Client Service Officer
Darla Clark, EVP, Regional Manager
Pamela Cummins, Senior Loan Administration Specialist

Many clients have also been with us since we launched our bank, which we consider to be the highest form of compliment. Some of these legacy clients include:

La Jolla client:

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Amidst the pristine beaches and regal bluffs of La Jolla’s coastal village, the Grande Colonial Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1913. Completely modernized, yet faithful to its storied past, this intimate boutique hotel harkens back to a quieter, more dignified era, when travel meant something special and personalized guest service was a hallmark of every stay.

Vancouver clients:

scottThe Scott Horenstein Law Firm, PLLC

Since 1999, the Law Firm has assisted individuals and families throughout Washington in resolving family law conflicts. Their mission is to use their years of experience and considerable knowledge to resolve legal disputes both compassionately and completely.

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Horenstein Law Group, PLLC

HLG is a progressive law firm founded by Steve and Cindy Horenstein. HLG maintains all of the positive values clients expect from a traditional law firm, including excellent, well-trained lawyers, a high level work product and responsiveness. In addition, the firm is responding to new client needs and expectations that have evolved in part because of the economy. The prolonged recession has forever changed the practice of law. Clients now expect a higher level of service, billings based on value received and results obtained, as well as better access to lawyers and documents through client (not lawyer) focused technology.

screen-shot-2016-11-02-at-12-53-19-pmNBP Capital, LLC

Lauren and Spencer Noecker began their careers in the Los Angeles office at Marcus & Millichap before founding their real estate contracting and property management firm, NFN Investments, in Portland in 2007.

Lauren Noecker Robert is currently the Managing Member & Co-Founder of NBP Capital LLC. NBP Capital is a privately held commercial real estate fund with a focus on value-add, opportunistic investing on the West Coast. NBP Capital’s portfolio has over three thousand apartments and one million square feet of commercial assets across fifty properties. The fund is invested across all sectors: multifamily, office, hospitality, industrial, storage & retail.

Spencer D. Noecker is the original co-founder and an investor in NBP Capital LLC.  Mr. Noecker acted as Managing Member for the fund from 2008-2015 and co-built the portfolio of companies to service NBP Capital.  While Mr. Noecker remains invested in NBP Capital, he moved on to new opportunist ventures in 2015.  Mr. Noecker continues to consult for NBP Capital and sits on the Board of Advisors.

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Bean Investment Real Estate

Bean Investment Real Estate is a real estate acquisition and brokerage company established in 1946 by Ormond Bean, Jr. The company is currently owned and run by his son, Terry Bean. Terry has built on his father’s success and distinguished the firm as a leader in the multi-family real estate market.

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Don Heimbigner

Don Heimbigner is a businessman, inventor and philanthropist in his Vancouver, WA community. Don recently made the donation for the 9,000-square-foot project that will be built next to an existing 10-bed hospice care center, which will now be named the Elaine and Don Heimbigner Hospice Care Center. Fun Fact: Don invented bowling ball finger grip inserts in 1981. He is known and loved by all of the Vancouver banking team who enjoy seeing him every Friday for cookies!

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Don Holsinger

Don Holsinger owns and manages six commercial buildings and is developing two large land projects in Clark County. He graduated from University of Washington as a mechanical engineer and started home building in 1974.  He has banked with Tami Nesburg for 38 years in the Vancouver community. When Regents Bank was first established in Clark County, Don was first in line with his land development project and has been a client ever since.

“Regents Bank was extremely helpful navigating through the 2008 downturn and has continued to serve me well in the current economic environment.”

San Diego clients:

luckyLucky Line Products

Family owned for over 50 years, Lucky Line creates innovative products for keys, including tags, shapes, hardware and storage with a simple principle at the core of its operations: treat customers, suppliers & employees well to ensure long-term success.

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Discflo Corporation

Discflo leads the field in engineering pump solutions for hard-to-pump applications. Founded in 1982, the company has established a reputation for designing pumps to solve some of the industry’s toughest pumping problems, in categories as diverse as wastewater treatment, offshore oil platforms, pharmaceutical manufacturing and mining.

North County clients:

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The Arendsee Group

Richard Arendsee is the founder and a key principal of the Arendsee Group, a diversified owner and operator of apartment communities, primarily in the Dallas and Fort Worth area for the past 25 years. The Arendsee Group has diversified to include WAK Management, KAWA Insurance, Brandy Investments and others. Mr. Arendsee was previously the Chairman of the Board of California Community Bank, which Grandpoint Capital acquired and merged into Regents Bank in 2012. All of the companies under the Arendsee Group provide clean and safe housing to over 2,800 families and employ over 100 people.

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Pack Hyuhn, LLC

PackHuynh, LLC, is a franchising company that owns and operates 13 El Pollo Loco restaurants in San Diego, Los Angeles and Phoenix. The company was founded in 2011 by co-owners Maurice Pack and Phong Huynh. Each partner brings extensive expertise in franchising, experience with multiple restaurant brands and a strong track record of successful franchise management to the business.

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Peter Aardema

Mr. Aardema is an investor in commercial real estate properties located throughout San Diego County, where Mr. Aardema’s father first began buying land during the 1930s. Mr. Aardema owns and manages approximately 375,000 square feet of commercial-industrial property. He was a founding investor and advisory board member of California Community Bank, which Grandpoint Capital acquired and merged into Regents Bank in 2012. Mr. Aardema’s hobby interest is custom building overhead cam engines, which he installs in cars and hot rods that he and his drivers have been racing at El Mirage lake bed and Bonneville, Utah since 2001. They have set a handful of land speed records with his cars.

Thank you for being part of our community and letting us be part of yours. We are proud to be your business bank and a resource for your financial success. We look forward to celebrating many more milestones with you.

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