Bank of the Pacific has announced the hirings of Tracy Peterson-Foy, Eileen Hebert and Stacy Aguirre.
Aguirre joins the bank as a residential real estate loan assistant and processor.
She has worked in the banking industry for more than 14 years, starting as a teller and working her way into loan servicing as a processor and an underwriter as well as having commercial
“I like Bank of the Pacific due to it being one of the last remaining local banks,” Aguirre said in press release. “You can tell that the bank’s customers as well as the employees are the
Aguirre has lived in Oak Harbor for the past 28 years and enjoys spending time with her 10-year-old son, who takes up the majority of her personal life which usually involves taking him to baseball.
Hebert joins as a residential real estate lender.
Her banking career spans 25 years, including business development, management, underwriting, loan origination, processing and customer service.
Born and raised in Washington state, Hebert has worked in the Anacortes area since 1998.
With skills in conventional, FHA, VA, USDA, portfolio and HELOC loans, she also enjoys construction loans that help clients build their dream homes.
Hebert said she finds helping build a home from foundation to finish extremely rewarding.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to work for the Bank of the Pacific, because I can offer trusted solutions to the Anacortes community and meet local real estate financing needs,” she said.
Hebert is an Anacortes Chamber of Commerce member, Hospice of the Northwest Committee chair and a North Puget Sound Association of Realtors member.
In her free time, she enjoys boating, crabbing, fishing and walking the “loop” at Washington Park with her husband of 25 years, Mike, and their two teenage children.
Peterson-Foy joins also joins as a residential real estate lender.
Her real estate career spans more than 20 years, including holding her real estate license and selling for WRE in Bellingham in the early 90’s to pay for college.
Peterson-Foy started to do home loans in 1996 for US Bank in Bellingham, and then moved on to Whidbey Island Bank and Peoples Bank. She also holds her Series 6 and 66 broker’s licenses and her insurance license.
Peterson-Foy has been in Rotary and headed up the “Dinner at the Brick” in Anacortes. She also served on the board of trustees for Northwest Hospice for more than 6 years. During that time, she co-chaired the big dinner and auction event and helped the organization make more than $210,000 for Hospice.
For the past two years, she has served as the PTA secretary for Fidalgo Elementary School.
In her free time, she enjoys boating, crabbing and fishing with her husband, Chris, and their three children.