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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015 5A Debra Moore people that she has worked Staff Writer with over the years. "I am most dmoore@plurnasnews.com proud of all of our employees," she said. "They all work Rose Dembosz took a risk extremely hard to provide when she left a promising financial needs to all our career at Wells Fargo 35 years friends, neighbors and ago to help launch a new businesses." community bank in Plumas She continued, "They treat County. our clients with courtesy and "It was very scary," she said respect. We built Plumas Bank during a Dec. 11 interview, on outstanding customer "but it turned out to be the best service and, without thing ! ever did for my career." exceptional employees, you are That career was celebrated just another institution." during a holiday/retirement Andit's her coworkers that party held at the Quincy she will miss the most in branch Dec. 15. retirement, followed by the Dembosz' last day on the job excitement of opening a new will be Dec. 31. During the past bank or making a new three-plus decades, she has acquisition. received numerous p :omotions To facilitate her retirement, -- working her way up to she and husband Tim executive vice president -- but Dembosz, made their own she has always worked in acquisition -- a 35-foot travel operations, the department trailer. that includes human They will use it to see resources, information friends throughout the West in technology, the customer the upcoming months, before resource center and electronic traveling to Mexico, New banking. Orleans and on to Alaska, "Every day is different," she where the couple owns said of why she likes her job so property. much, "otherwise I'd be bored When she's not traveling, to tears." Dembosz looks forward to Dembosz' job title has working in her garden and changed over the years and so biking, hiking and kayaking in has the bank, growing from Plumas County. just one branch in 1980 to 12 "The weeds in and around branches today, with the most her garden don't stand a recent opening in Reno on Dec. chance," said Andy Ryback, 15. bank president. "Setting up new branches in He went on to pay her a other communities was tribute: "Rose is the heart and challenging and rewarding," soul of Plumas Bank. She was she said. our very first employee hired It was also challenging to before we opened our doors. help the bank weather the Rose has worked tirelessly; economic downturn that dedicating herself to our claimed so many other success, but also spreading community banks, cheer everywhere she goes by She cited that period in the being in the moment and bank's history when asked having fun. Her project focus what she was most proud of as and the energy she brings is she looked back on her career, truly amazing." "Plumas Bank has remained And Ryback looked toward independent and has survived to the future. "Rose's tough economic times," she retirement leaves a big void, said. "A lot of other banks did but thankfully she's hired a lot not make it and my friends of really good people during who worked there had to her 35-year career with the change jobs when mergers, bank. All of us are really going acquisitions or closures to miss her and all of her occurred." Rose-isms; we all wish her the She's even prouder of the best in retirement." Plumas Bank President Andy Ryback lauds Rose Dembosz during her retirement party be hired by the new community bank that formed in 1980. Photo by Mike Taborski Dec. 15. Dembosz was the first employee to NEW YEAR'S EVE LONGBOARDS! Tlu rt@, 12/31 Appetizers 7 p,m, Gourmet 5-Course Dinner* 8 p,m, Dancing 10 p,m, to Premier Events DJ Complimentary Sparkling Wine All Evening $99 530-836-1111 *Preview menu on our website HEED A RIDE? New Year's Shuttle Service for '1 Ca//P/umas Transit Systems for Details at 283-2538 RichardStockton,Agent InsuranceLic#:OB68653 65WMainStreet Quincy, CA95971 Bus:530-283-0565 Out with the old, over-priced auto policy - in with State Farm? Sta rt2 016offiight,with some newfoundcarinsura ncesavingsfrom StateFarm.Whatcouldma kethe newyearhappierthanthat? GET TO A BETTER STATE? CALL AN AGENT OR VISIT US ONLINE TODAY. 443 Main Street, Quincy * 283-4094 9 PLUMAS TRANSIT RIDES.l * es Normal Quincy Evening Route (from 10pm - 2am) Plums Transit Systems 711 East Main Street Quincy, Ca 95971 Office (530) 283-2538 www.plumastransit.com 283-9318 535 LAWRENCE ST., QUINCY "Dr/ve a L/t /e, Save a .dot" 100 Commercial St, PortoD- 832 0400