Dianna DaSilva is a new employee at RE/MAX Prime. Submitted photo

Dianna DaSilva is a new employee at RE/MAX Prime. Submitted photo

Business briefs — March 18, 2020

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2020 1:30am
  • Business

RE/MAX added staffer

RE/MAX Prime announced the hiring of Dianna DaSilva to the RE/MAX Prime staff.

DaSilva, who formerly worked at Windemere Real Estate, can be reached on her cell at 360-461-2383 or at the office at 360-683-1500. RE/MAX Prime is at 901 W. Washington St.

Bank responds to coronavirus crisis

In response to the COVID-19 coronavirus issue, Sound Community Bank announced the business is offering an assistance program to aid those affected.

Bank clients under quarantine, unable to work because of the virus or unable to make a loan payment due to virus-related employment hardships should immediately email SoundCares@soundcb.com or call 1-800-458-5585, x411.

Bank officials also reminded clients to not visit branch locations if they feel sick, have a cough or a have a fever in addition to additional sanitation efforts.

In the event of revised business hours or closures, Sound Community Bank plans to update its website at www.soundcb.com.

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