Fletcher retires from Plumas Bank’s board of directors

Gerald Fletcher

Gerald Fletcher has retired from the Plumas Bank board of directors after 34 years of service. It became effective Dec 31, 2022 and was required by the age-based retirement policy in the company’s Corporate Governance Guidelines.

Fletcher was on the Board of Directors for Susanville-based Sierra Security Bank. He joined the Plumas Bank Board in 1988 when Sierra Security Bank merged with Plumas Bank. Fletcher lived most of his life in Susanville and recently moved to Chico. He owned and operated Fletcher Christmas Trees for over 50 years and was a long-standing member of Lassen County Cattleman’s Association and the Lassen County Farm Bureau.

Commenting on his retirement Chairman of the Board, Daniel West stated, “On behalf of the entire board and executive management team, I would like to thank Jerry for his 34-year tenure as a valuable member of our board. Jerry’s significant contributions and passion for the company are deeply appreciated; he will be greatly missed on our board.”

Andrew Ryback, director, president and chief executive officer of Plumas Bank and Plumas Bancorp, added, “It has been a privilege to work with Jerry. His unique agricultural and business experience, community connections, and leadership have helped this organization grow and prosper in good times and in challenging times. We wish him well in his retirement.”

Fletcher replied, “Serving Plumas Bancorp has been one of the most rewarding contributions of my career. It has been a true privilege to work with the board members and the executive management team for over three decades. I am pleased to retire from the board at a time when the company is expanding and is well-positioned to enjoy long-term growth.”