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December 19, 2013 4:25 PM

Heritage Oaks CEO named Community Banker of the Year

Called a seasoned pro with vision, Heritage Oaks’ chief executive officer Simone Lagomarsino has been named one of three community bankers of the year by a prestigious national banking newspaper for her leadership in turning around the Paso Robles-based institution.

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