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Bank Of Santa Clarita Names Frank Di Tomaso Interim CEO

4/9/2012 7:01 PM ET

Bank of Santa Clarita (BSCA.OB) announced that James Hicken's service as President and Chief Executive Officer or CEO of the Bank ended on April 6, 2012 and the duties of CEO have been assumed, on an interim basis, by Frank Di Tomaso, Chairman of the Board.

Bank of Santa Clarita, founded in 2004, is the only independent, full service commercial bank headquartered in the Santa Clarita Valley and generally serves the needs of retail consumers, small to mid-sized businesses, professionals, entrepreneurs, and high-net worth individuals.

The Bank provides local, experienced decision-making and the personalized service that growing businesses need on a daily basis.

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