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Serena Jedrick New SBB&T Branch Manager

Brings 20 Years Experience to Cottage Branch


Santa Barbara Bank & Trust (SBB&T) is pleased to announce the appointment of Serena Jedrick as Manager of the Bank’s Cottage Branch. With 20 years of banking experience, including six as a Banking Service Representative with SBB&T from 1994-2000, Jedrick brings extensive knowledge and management skills to her position.

Serena Jedrick
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Serena Jedrick

“Serena builds lasting banking relationships by providing exceptional personal service and diverse financial solutions best suited to her clients’ needs,” said Chris DeVries, Community Bank Regional Manager. “We are very pleased to welcome Serena back to our team as Manager of our Cottage Branch.”

The Cottage Branch is located at 220 West Nogales Street in Santa Barbara. The lobby is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Thursday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday. The ATM is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Jedrich lives in Ojai and has been an active volunteer with the American Cancer Society for many years. In addition to spending time with her four grandchildren, she also enjoys kayaking, hiking, bicycling and walking her two labradors.

Santa Barbara Bank & Trust, with 29 offices in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, is a division of Pacific Capital Bank, N.A., a nationally chartered regional bank that operates three primary businesses: Community Banking, Commercial Banking & Wealth Management.

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