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News - January 14, 2022

Business in Brief

Trumark Homes, a real estate development firm based in San Ramon, recently confirmed four of its new Northern California residential projects sold out all of its homes months ahead of schedule, including the new Edendale development in Danville.

Edendale in Danville, located near Camino Tassajara and Sherburne Hills Road, featured 18 unscale houses, some of which have accessory dwelling units as well.

The other developments for Trumark included Harmony in Sunnyvale (58 houses), Leeward at Alameda Point (64 townhomes) and The Collective in Manteca (an active senior neighborhood with 59 single-story detached homes).

Livermore-based UNCLE Credit Union recently welcomed two new members to its executive team.

Terry Bishop, who has more than two decades of executive experience in the financial services industry, has been brought in as the new vice president, chief financial officer. Bishop is also a member of the U.S. Army Reserve and a board member of the Financial Managers Society.

UNCLE has also hired Betina Marcelo as its vice president of mortgage lending, citing her "deep expertise in lending, auditing and team building" who has a long background in real estate as well. She will be responsible for oversight and direction of UNCLE's mortgage lending functions including underwriting, reporting, loan compliance, servicing and product development.

The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce and the city of Pleasanton this month have honored three local companies as economic drivers — examples of businesses that "Pleasanton as the premier destination for innovation and entrepreneurship in the Tri-Valley."

The three Pleasanton companies are Engimata, which specializes in vaccines; IrisVision Global, which focuses on vision health in the digital age; and Paxon Energy & Infrastructure, a fast-growing professional services firm for the oil, gas and utilities industries.

"Pleasanton's 2021 economic drivers represent a diverse range of leading innovative industries and professionals that have made a successful home in Pleasanton," Mayor Karla Brown said in a statement. "These industries are the heartbeat of our city's vibrant economy, and through jobs, revenues, and community contributions add significantly to making Pleasanton a highly sought-after place to live, work, and raise a family."

Chamber President/CEO Steve Van Dorn added, "This year, we're pleased to honor these amazing businesses from Pleasanton that are leading the way in growing their companies and also setting a great example for other local businesses that aspire to do the same.

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