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Oak Valley Community Bank Announces Promotion

OAKDALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 08/07/12 -- Oak Valley Community Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Oak Valley Bancorp (NASDAQ: OVLY), announced the promotion of Laura Weaver to Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager of the Bank's Escalon branch.

Weaver has 12 years of Central Valley banking experience, six in customer service management roles at Oak Valley's Modesto and Oakdale locations. She is actively involved with United Way's Bank On Stanislaus Program and FDIC's Partners in Education. In her free time she enjoys sporting events, traveling and spending time with her family. Weaver currently lives in Modesto with her husband Jared and three daughters.

"Laura's management skills and experience taking care of client needs will enable her to build and maintain strong customer relationships and focus on growth and business development in the Escalon community," stated Ron Davenport, Vice President, Area Manager.

Oak Valley Bancorp operates Oak Valley Community Bank & Eastern Sierra Community Bank, through which it offers a variety of loan and deposit products to individuals and small businesses. They currently operate through 14 conveniently located branches: Oakdale, Sonora, Turlock, Stockton, Patterson, Ripon, Escalon, three branches in Modesto, Manteca and three branches in their Eastern Sierra Division, which includes Bridgeport, Mammoth Lakes and Bishop.

For more information on Oak Valley Community Bank, call 1-866-844-7500 or visit us online at www.ovcb.com.

Contact:
Ron Martin/Chris Courtney
Phone: (209) 848-BANK (2265)
Toll Free (866) 844-7500
www.ovcb.com

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