Dan Clark has been working in small community banks for over 35 years, starting as a teller in college and working up through the ranks to a senior commercial position. He has always enjoyed working closely with clients to provide financial solutions for their short term and future business plans. Dan feels that smaller bank cultures provide the opportunity to develop a stronger relationship with clients, leading to a deeper understanding of their true needs and motivations, which is key to providing the right solutions.
A Clark County resident for 30 years, Dan and his wife, Donna, along with their two adult daughters, enjoys camping, attending college football games, and walking their furry four-legged children. A Rotarian for 17 years, Dan has served as Past President and Club Foundation President and Community Service Chair, along with serving on the Executive Board of Directors for Three Rivers Land Conservancy, Parks Foundation and currently serving on the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation Board.