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1867

1st President - J. M. Kelsey SJC Treasurer & Tax Collector, Officer of Union Copper Mining Company

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1875

Only two years after the Civil War, Bank of Stockton opens its doors for business. Shared space with the Union Copper Mining Company and rent was a mere $41 per month

Bank of Stockton outgrew its first location. Board voted to rent the McKee Building for a mere $220 per month, minus $50 for subletting the basement

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1877

2nd President Major landowner, la and brought 1st Sta

1917 1909

5th President - Eugene L. Wilhoit He was instrumental in bringing College of the Pacific (now University of the Pacific) to Stockton and was on Pacific’s Board of Regents

4th President - R.E. Wilhoit He was a County Supervisor, Recorder, City Council President and Board of Education President

1960

The Bank’s Headquarters, as it stands today at Miner and San Joaquin Streets, was constructed in 1960 under the direction of R. L. Eberhardt

Bank President R. L. Eberhardt (center, holding shovel), and his son, Robert M. Eberhardt (far left, closest to camera), at the groundbreaking of the Headquarters Office on the corner of Miner Avenue and San Joaquin Streets in Stockton

1970

Brothers Robert M. Eberhardt and Douglass M. Eberhardt at the Carson Oaks Ground breaking on July 12, 1969 on the corner of Ben Holt and Pacific Avenue in Stockton

The first Branch for Bank of Stockton was Carson Oaks on Ben Holt Drive in North Stockton shown at its Grand Opening in 1970

1990

The Quail Lakes Branch was built to help service the growing needs of northwest Stockton

2003

Bank opens new branch in Oakdale and acquires Modesto and Turlock Commerce Bank, adding locations in Modesto and Turlock

2006 1994

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Bank of Stockton grows with opening of a newly built branch in Elk Grove

8th President - Douglass M. Eberhardt 1994 Douglass M. Eberhardt elected 8th President following the passing of his brother, Bob. Doug continues the bank’s tradition of strength, service and philanthropy. His drive for service innovation marks his era of leadership, making Bank of Stockton a leader in offering the latest technologies that continue to revolutionize the way people bank

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Bank consolidates Elk Gr Commerce Bank names in Bank celebrates 150th Birth cities in 9 counties. $2.9 Billio “Withstand th

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