Past CBA Chairman Dan Doyle Honored as Fresno Distinguished Citizen
Last Wednesday evening, Dan Doyle, current president and CEO of Central Valley Business Bank and a past CBA chairman, was honored with the “Distinguished Citizen Award,” presented by the Sequoia Council Boy Scouts of America. The award, presented to Dan in front of a crowd of 400, was in recognition of Dan’s longtime dedicated service to scouting and volunteering in the community.
Rod Brown, CBA’s president and CEO, was on hand to help honor Dan, an esteemed member of the banking community who has served the industry for more than 40 years. Throughout the years, Dan and his bank have received numerous banking awards and recognition for their deep involvement in the communities they serve. Additionally, Dan has held leadership positions with numerous chambers of commerce and business organizations, and also served as a board member and campaign chairman for United Way organizations in all of the cities he has lived in including Seattle, Sacramento and Fresno.
Dan also has a long history of involvement with the Boy Scouts, ranging from chairman of the board of the local Sequoia Council to board member for the Western Region of the Boy Scouts of America. A current board member, Dan’s service and leadership with the CBA spans well over a decade, including a term as chairman from 2009-2010, which was one of the banking industry’s most difficult times.
CBA extends our most sincere congratulations to Dan on achieving a well-deserved honor.