Coastal Community Bank is located at 425 Main Street, Sultan and opened its doors on October 10, 2000. It was the second branch to open for the company, which opened its first location in Downtown Everett in 1997.
There are now 12 Coastal Community branches in Darrington, Camano Island, Downtown Everett, Evergreen Way, Freeland (Whidbey Island), Marysville, Monroe, Silver Lake, Smokey Point, Snohomish, Sultan and Stanwood.
Nancy Breuer has been the Vice President and Branch Manager in Sultan for the past 10-plus years. She has been in banking since 1976, starting as a teller before working her way to became manager of the Monroe Branch of Coastal Community. For several years, she juggled managing the Monroe and Sultan branches until she was permanently promoted to Sultan.
Coastal Community Bank is locally owned and based out of Everett. They continue to grow and open new branches when the opportunity arises. They are one of the few community banks that survived the recession of 2009, experiencing some lean times and even a hiring freeze, but proudly retaining staff and local ownership. The bank is considered well-capitalized and financially strong.
The Sultan Branch offers both personal and business services including checking, savings, loans and other services.
They are doing very well now and are proud to have received the Daily Herald’s Readers’ Choice Award for the Best Bank for three years running, 2014, 2015 and 2016. The 2017 winner will be announced this fall.
They also received the “Member of the Year” award for 2016 from the Sky Valley Chamber of Commerce.
When asked where she saw the bank in the next five years, Nancy said, “We’ll continue to look for new opportunities to grow our branch network. At the same time, you can expect us to maintain our commitment to the Sky Valley area. As Snohomish County continues to grow, we just continue to grow and get busier, and that’s a good thing.”
Coastal Community Bank’s goal is to remain strong, independent, and serving the needs of our local communities.
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