|[April 11, 2017]
Exchange Bank Names Connie Codding as this Year's Winner of the Frank P. Doyle Philanthropy Award
Exchange Bank (OTC:EXSR) Exchange Bank names Connie Codding as this
year's winner of the Frank P. Doyle Philanthropy Award, honoring local
businesses and their leaders who meet critical community needs.
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Connie Codding, executive vice president of Codding Enterprises and president of the Codding Foundation with Gary Hartwick, president and CEO of Exchange Bank. (Photo: Business Wire)
Connie Codding, executive vice president of Codding Enterprises and
president of the Codding Foundation, a family philanthropic foundation
benefitting young people in Sonoma County, was recognized along with 23
winners of North Bay Business Journal's Community Philanthropy Awards at
the fourth annual luncheon on March 31 at Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa
The goal of the Frank P. Doyle award is to select an individual or
organization that both reflects and shares the core values of bank
co-founder, Frank Doyle, in giving back to the community.
"Connie is a philanthropist with a passion for helping young people,"
said Gary Hartwick, president and CEO of Exchange Bank. "Her support in
the community is a testament to her commitment and concern fo the
health and welfare of our youth and young adults."
Connie's gifts to Sonoma County community organizations are numerous.
She is a supporter of family planning and played a crucial role in the
preservation of the clinic at Elsie Allen High School operated by Santa
Rosa Community Health Centers. Connie co-chaired the successful Campaign
Committee for SAY's Dream Center and sits on the board of PDI Surgery
Center, which provides urgently needed oral surgery to children from
The Codding Foundation has supported a long list of programs over the
years, including the 4-H Club, Memorial Hospital, the Sonoma County
Museum, Southwest Community Health Clinic, the Earle Baum Center of the
Blind, Santa Rosa Boys & Girls Club, the Santa Rosa Junior College
Foundation, the Sonoma County Community Foundation and the Children's
Enterprises is currently developing Sonoma
Mountain Village, a One Planet sustainable community located in
Rohnert Park. Connie also serves on the advisory board of the Osher
Lifelong Learning Institute at Sonoma State.
"The giving spirit of Connie Codding and her dedication to the
community-especially our youth-sets her apart," said Hartwick. "Exchange
Bank is proud to recognize her with the Frank P. Doyle Philanthropy
About Exchange Bank
Headquartered in Sonoma County and founded in 1890 with assets of $2.2
billion, Exchange Bank is a premier community bank providing a wide
range of personal, commercial and trust and investment services with 18
branches in Sonoma County and a commercial and SBA lending office in
Roseville and Marin, California. The Bank's legacy of financial
leadership and community support is grounded in its core values of
Commitment, Respect, Integrity and Teamwork.
Exchange Bank is an 11-time winner of the North Bay Business Journal's
North Bay Best Places to Work survey and received the 2016 Healthiest
Companies in the North Bay award. NorthBay biz magazine named Exchange
Bank 2016 Best Business Bank. Exchange Bank can also be found in the
North Bay Business Journal's listing of leading SBA 7(a) Lenders, Wealth
Management Advisors and Wine Industry Lenders. www.exchangebank.com.
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