ILWACO - ShoreBank Pacific, the leader in sustainable banking, recently announced two employees have been promoted to assistant vice president posts.

Laurie Landeros, now assistant vice president of EcoDeposits®, the bank's savings program that supports sustainable businesses, previously held the title of EcoDeposits Manager. Landeros, who works at ShoreBank Pacific's headquarters in Ilwaco, has been with the bank for eight years.

Dustin Mead, also an eight-year veteran of the bank, is now assistant vice president of credit administration. Mead, who also works in ShoreBank Pacific's Ilwaco office, previously served as credit administration manager, senior credit analyst, and administrative coordinator for the bank.

"Dustin and Laurie have been with us since ShoreBank Pacific was founded, and each has made a strong contribution to the bank's success," said President and CEO David Williams. "This recognition is long overdue."

Landeros and Mead, both residents of the Peninsula area, have deep ties within the community. Landeros is current treasurer of the Ilwaco Merchants Association, and Mead was valedictorian of the Ilwaco High School class of 1991.

ShoreBank Pacific is an FDIC-insured bank leading the financial world in sustainable banking. Founded in 1997 as a joint venture between ShoreBank Corp., Chicago and Ecotrust, ShoreBank Pacific invests in people and businesses in the Pacific Northwest to create strong companies, a healthy environment and vibrant communities. ShoreBank Pacific is headquartered in Ilwaco, with additional lending offices in Portland and Federal Way. Visit for more information.

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