C. Cabreros, Commercial Lending Group Manager at Heritage Oaks Bank, has
joined the San Luis Obispo County Housing Trust Fund’s Board of
“I look forward to working with the
Housing Trust Fund,” said Cabreros “to help create affordable housing
that will assist families in San Luis Obispo County.”
Cabreros’ banking career began as a
student intern at Mid-State Bank & Trust in 1991. By 2004, he was
managing the bank’s Real Estate Industries Group. He stayed on with
Rabobank for 2 years, and then was a consultant, before joining Heritage
Oaks Bank in 2010.
“We are very honored to have Clarence
Cabreros join our board,” states HTF board chair Julian Crocker. “He
brings more than twenty years of commercial lending experience to our
Cabreros lives in rural Arroyo Grande
with his wife Julia and 5 year old daughter. He has called SLO county
his home for nearly four decades. He graduated from Cal Poly in 1993
with a degree in business and concentrations in finance and real estate.
He also graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School in 2008.
Cabreros is also active with both
business and community groups. He is a board member of the Santa Maria
Chamber of Commerce and the San Luis Obispo County Coalition of Labor,
Agriculture, and Business (COLAB). He previously served on the board of
the Home Builders Association of the Central Coast. In addition,
Cabreros is currently president of the Arroyo Grande High School Eagle
Athletic Foundation, a member of Rotary International and on the finance
committee of St. Patrick’s School.