September 20, 2014 4:18 PM ET

Company Overview of Triebsch, Frampton, Dorius and Lima

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Robert E. Triebsch

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Mr. Robert E. Triebsch, Bob, is the Managing Partner at Triebsch, Frampton, Dorius and Lima. Previously, he helped found Central Valley Bancorp. Mr. Triebsch has been very active in economic development in the Central Valley serving on several boards including UC Davis, Boalt Hall School of Law at UC Berkeley, Medic Alert, Stanislaus State University, and Turlock School Board. He is the Chairman of the Turlock Schools Joint Financing Authority. Mr. Triebsch also serves ...

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University of California
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University of California-berkeley School of Law
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University of California - Davis School of Law

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