Larry Allbaugh
Larry Allbaugh. Mr. Allbaugh has served as an executive of Buzz Oates since 1990, serving as Chief Executive Officer for the past ten years. Mr. Allbaugh serves on the board of directors of Teichert Inc. and Greater Sacramento Economic Council, in which he serves as a member of the executive committee of the Council. He also serves on the board of trustees of Vanguard University of Southern California, of which he is also a member of the audit committee.
James Beckwith
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
With nearly 30 years of experience, Mr. Beckwith serves as our President and Chief Executive Officer and is a member of our board of directors. Mr. Beckwith joined Five Star Bank in 2003. Mr. Beckwith is deeply connected to the Sacramento community and has chaired several community-based organizations which include the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce, Valley Vision and KVIE (the local PBS affiliate). Mr. Beckwith is currently the Chair of the Western Bankers Association, a Private Sector Director with the Greater Sacramento Economic Council, a board member of the Crocker Art Museum and a member of the Sacramento State University College of Business Advisory Council. Mr. Beckwith previously served as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer at National Bank of the Redwoods in Santa Rosa, California. He graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. He is also a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington where he was class president. Recently, Mr. Beckwith was recognized by the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce as the Businessman of the Year in 2020, and he was named among the Most Admired CEO’s of 2020 by the Sacramento Business Journal.
Michael Campbell
Michael Campbell. Mr. Campbell served as a Partner at Ernst & Young in the Seattle, Washington office, and he worked at this international accounting firm from 1971 until 1994. From 1994 to 2004, Mr. Campbell served as Chief Financial Officer at Surewest Communications (SURW), a publicly traded telecommunications company, directing all accounting, finance, audit, regulatory, external affairs, investor relations, human resources and administrative service functions for the corporation and each of its subsidiaries. He then served as Chief Executive Officer of the California Trucking Association from 2005 until his retirement in 2013.
Shannon Deary-Bell
Ms. Deary Bell serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Nor-Cal Beverage, a position she has held since 2010. She has held several positions in her more than thirty-year service at Nor-Cal Beverage, including positions in the food service and vending divisions, Assistant Manager of the Sacramento Vending Department, Branch Manager of the Stockton facility, and Executive Vice President of Operations. Ms. Deary-Bell has been an active member of the Women Business Leaders of Sacramento since 2015, and she is a member of the Sacramento Host Committee, as well as a member of Vistage (Leadership Chief Executive Organization) since 2013. Ms. Deary-Bell serves on the board of directors for Nor-Cal Beverage, and served on the Jesuit High School board of directors for six years.
Philip Joffe
Mr. Joffe formerly served as Director, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of CalFarm Insurance Company from 1986 to 1999, until its sale to Nationwide Insurance Company. Mr. Joffe also served as a Director and President of CalFarm Life and Health Insurance Company from 1993 to 1995, until its strategic sale to SunAmerica, Inc. Mr. Joffe served as a Certified Public Accountant with Coopers & Lybrand from 1979 to 1985 in their National Office in New York City and as a senior manager in Los Angeles. Since 1999, he has been retired and self-employed working on his investments and has served as a director of Five Star Bank since its inception. Mr. Joffe participates as a co-founder and director of the Carrera-Joffe Foundation. He is also a founding member, and serves on the board of directors, of the Survivor Mitzvah Project in Los Angeles.
Warren Kashiwagi
Mr. Kashiwagi has over 40 years of professional public accounting experience. A retired Certified Public Accountant, he has advised, counseled and represented various businesses in tax planning and compliance, business succession planning, strategic planning and merger and acquisition consulting. He has served many industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, real estate, professional services and technology. From 2011 to 2017, Mr. Kashiwagi was a Tax Partner with Crowe Horwath, LLP. Prior to that, he was a Tax Parter with Perry-Smith LLP from 1988 to 2011. Mr. Kashiwagi is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a B.S. in Business Administration. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and California Asian Pacific Chamber. He served as Board Chair of Sutter Community Hospitals. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Los Rios Colleges Foundation, Crocker Art Museum and Sacramento Japanese American Citizens League where he was President.
David J. Lucchetti
Mr. Lucchetti serves as Chairperson of the board of directors, a position he has held since May of 2019. Mr. Lucchetti has served as the President of Pacific Coast Building Products, Inc. since 1979 and Chief Executive Officer since 1988, after originally joining the company in 1970. Mr. Lucchetti also serves on the board of directors of Pacific Coast Building Products, Inc. and Greater Sacramento Economic Council, on which he serves on the executive committee of the Council. He has been a member of the CSU Sacramento Business Advisory Board and a member of the boards of trustees of the Sacramento Regional Foundation and Sacramento Neighborhood Housing Service. He previously served as a gubernatorial appointee to the Contractors State License Board. 
David F. Nickum
Mr. Nickum serves as Vice Chairperson of the board of directors, a position he has held since May of 2019. Since 2010, Mr. Nickum has served as Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer of Waveco, Inc. d.b.a. Valley Farm Transport, Inc., one of the largest agricultural trucking companies in California, after being employed in various capacities since 1988. Mr. Nickum is a past chairperson of Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeastern and Central California and Northern Nevada, a former board member of St. Michael’s Episcopal Day School, as well as a past board member of Tesco Controls, Inc. Mr. Nickum is also a member of Cal Poly College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences’ Dean’s Advisory Council.
Robert T. Perry-Smith
Mr. Perry-Smith was previously a partner at the international accounting firm, Main Hurdman, which was acquired by KPMG. Proceeding this partnership, in 1984, Mr. Perry-Smith founded, and served as Chief Executive Officer of, Perry-Smith LLP, an accounting and consulting firm that provided professional services to the banking industry in California. Perry-Smith LLP was sold to national firm, Crowe Horwath, in 2011, and he served as a partner of Crowe Horwath for two years. Presently retired, Mr. Perry-Smith concluded his 40-year career as a Certified Public Accountant at the national and regional levels, and he provided a number of professional services to the banking industry, specializing in audits, regulatory compliance, capital structures and merger and acquisition services. Mr. Perry-Smith is presently the Chief Executive Officer of Partners in Strategy LLC, formerly named G2G Ventures LLC, a position he has held since 2016. Mr. Perry-Smith has been a frequent speaker at banking industry conferences and trade association meetings, including Western Bankers Association and California Bankers Association. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of CPA’s. Mr. Perry-Smith has served on the board of directors of Presidio Bank, Sierra Vista Bank (as Chairman) and the Perry-Smith Foundation.
Kevin Ramos
Mr. Ramos is the Chief Investment Officer of Buzz Oates, a position he has held since 1995 and Investment Committee Chairman of Pac West Industrial Equities, LP, a position he has held since 2017. He has 30 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry with specific experience in finance, entitlement, development, leasing, property management, investment and asset management. He also currently serves on the board of directors of Saint John’s Program for Change, the Sacramento chapter of NAIOP—Commercial Real Estate Development Association Sacramento Chapter.
Randall Reynoso
Mr. Reynoso has 40 years of banking experience, 18 of which were with Westamerica Bank in various levels of management including Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of an eight county area before moving to Placer Sierra Bank in 2000. Prior to that, he was with Bank of California upon graduating from California State University Sacramento, where he obtained his Bachelors of Science degree in Finance. Mr. Reynoso served as President and Chief Operating Officer of both Placer Sierra Bancshares and Placer Sierra Bank and served on the Board of Directors. He was also instrumental in taking Placer Sierra Bank public in 2004 as well as facilitating the sale of the bank to Wells Fargo Bank in June 2007. In 2007, Reynoso was named an Executive Vice President and led business banking teams throughout Northern and Central California as well as Wells Fargo Bank’s real estate and specialty markets groups for the Pacific Midwest. In July 2017, Mr. Reynoso launched the vertical buildout of Wells Fargo Bank's national Business Banking Investor Real Estate group. Prior to his retirement from Wells Fargo Bank in 2020, Mr. Reynoso served as Commercial Banking Market Executive for Northern and Central California. A native of Sacramento, Mr. Reynoso has held leadership roles with numerous Northern California philanthropic organizations, serving on boards, volunteering his time and helping to raise funds. These currently include the San Francisco Opera Association, the San Francisco Travel Association and the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. Past service includes leadership roles with the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Stanford Home for Children, The Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, KVIE, the Nonprofit Resource Center and Red Cross.
Judson Riggs
Mr. Riggs is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Teichert Inc., positions he has held since 2003 and 2010 respectively. Mr. Riggs serves on the board of directors of Teichert Inc., PRIDE Industries, on which he serves as Vice Chair as well as Chair of the finance committee, the Greater Sacramento Economic Council, the Host Committee, the Dean’s Advisory Council of the Graduate School of Management at University of California, Davis and the Juvenile Justice Chaplaincy.
Leigh White
Ms. White has over 30 years of experience in key positions in television broadcast management throughout the United States. Her most recent role was that of Vice President and General Manager of KTXL-TV in Sacramento, California (FOX, Tribune Broadcasting). In this capacity, she managed all aspects of the station including revenue development, content production (both linear and digital), FCC requirements, engineering, programming, finance and marketing. While overseeing the creation of nine and a half hours of local news daily, her accomplishments were also the improvement of top line revenue results and growing EBITDA, championing data and analytics driving multiplatform content and creating efficiencies transforming operations and process throughout the organization. Ms. White recently completed service as Board Chair of the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she is a member of the Salvation Army Board of Directors and past Chair of that board’s Public Relations/Marketing Committee. Ms. White recently joined the Capital City Airshow Board as Director. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in Applied Studies/Communications. She is also a graduate of Leadership Sacramento and Leadership Knoxville – chamber-based programs that develop community-minded business and civic leaders. She most recently graduated from the Saïd School of Business Digital Disruption Program at the University of Oxford in London. She is currently pursuing her MBA in Finance at Louisiana State University.