Officers & Directors

Executive Management

Jeffrey Sumpter
President/CEO
Jeff Sumpter, co-founder of Lewis & Clark Bank, has over twenty five years of banking experience. He was most recently the Co-President/CEO and prior to that the Chief Lending Officer of Lewis & Clark Bank. Prior to the establishment of Lewis & Clark Bank, Mr. Sumpter was the Chief Lending Officer for a local community bank, and held various branch management and sales positions at a super-regional bank. In addition to serving on Lewis & Clark Bank's board, Mr. Sumpter is Secretary-Treasurer of the Oregon Bankers Association, and serves on the board of the Western Bankers Association, the board of trustees for Oregon BankPAC, and is the Chair of the Providence Willamette Falls Medical Foundation. He also previously served as chair of the Community Banks of Oregon, is a past President of Gladstone Rotary Club, and was recognized as one of the Oregon Forty under 40 recipients in 2009 by the Portland Business Journal. He is also a Veteran of the United States Navy.
Trey Maust
Executive Vice Chair
Trey Maust, co-founder of Lewis & Clark Bank, brings over twenty years of experience in banking, capital markets and financial services. He currently serves as the CEO of Sheltered Harbor. A subsidiary of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), Sheltered Harbor is a voluntary industry initiative launched by the US financial services sector to enhance the sector’s stability and resiliency. Its focus is to extend the industry’s capabilities to securely archive and restore account data and to ensure customers have access to critical account assets in the event of a destructive cyber-attack or other loss of operational capability.

Prior to his role as Executive Vice Chairman of Lewis & Clark Bank, he was the Bank’s Co-President & CEO and prior to that, the Chief Financial Officer of Lewis & Clark Bank. He previously served as the CFO of another Portland-area community bank. Trey began his career at Deloitte in Portland, where he conducted financial statement audits, internal control assessments, and FDICIA attestation engagements. He later transferred to Deloitte’s Merger & Acquisition Services Group in New York, where he was a resource nationally for bank acquisitions, conducting financial and operational due diligence on transactions in a variety of industries for both financial sponsors and strategic buyers. Trey was also involved in domestic and international acquisitions for Honeywell International.

After experiencing 9/11 in person while working in downtown Manhattan, Trey’s commitment to developing quality relationships has defined both his personal and professional life. He is inspired to model these and other core values for his two sons, and exceed expectations daily at Lewis & Clark Bank, a company he helped take from concept to reality.

Trey is extensively involved in local and national advocacy efforts on behalf of the banking industry. He serves on multiple advisory and fiduciary boards of both for-profit and nonprofit organizations, including: Chairman of Synergy by Association, Inc.; 2017-2018 Chairman of the American Bankers Association's Community Bankers Council; bankers advisory board member of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors; board member of the Oregon Bankers Association; board member of the Community Banks of Oregon; board member of Sheltered Harbor; advisory board member of StoneCastle Partners; advisory board member of Anvil Media; and past board member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (Portland).

Trey received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Portland State University and is a licensed certified public accountant. In 2007, he was recognized as one of the “Forty under 40” by the Portland Business Journal.
William Reiling
Chief Credit Officer
Mr. Reiling, co-founder of Lewis & Clark Bank, has over forty years of banking experience, including ten years in community banking during which he served as Credit Approval Officer and Vice Chairman of the Internal Loan Committee. While working for a super-regional bank as Senior Vice President, he spent ten years as the Credit Manager of the institution's Commercial Real Estate and Industrial Banking Division. Mr. Reiling is responsible for credit administration, including credit review, loan approval, training, and the overall credit culture of the Bank.
Doug Stauduhar
Chief Financial Officer
Douglas Stauduhar was hired in May 2018 and serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Stauduhar began his community banking career in 2005, starting as the Assistant Controller for Community Bank, Missoula in Missoula, MT. During the next 10 years, he also performed the duties of Controller and ultimately Chief Financial Officer before the bank was acquired by Glacier Bancorp in 2015. After leaving Missoula and prior to arriving at Lewis & Clark Bank, Mr. Stauduhar was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for First Sound Bank in Seattle, WA. He is a graduate of the University of Montana, holding a B.S. degree with an emphasis in accounting.
Lance Nunn
Senior VP/Credit and Risk Director
A risk management expert with fifteen years’ banking experience, Lance directs and monitors the Credit and Risk functions of Lewis & Clark Bank. He progressed through many roles, including Credit Analyst, Commercial Loan Officer, and Branch Manager prior to his former regulatory career as a senior-level bank safety and soundness examiner. Lance earned a Bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University, a Master’s degree from Portland State University, and completed the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado.

Board of Directors

David A. Roche
Chairman of the Board
Mr. Roche has 30 years of experience in connection with the banking industry. He was most recently an executive at McAfee, Inc., a leading software manufacturer. Prior to McAfee, Inc., Mr. Roche was a partner at Deloitte & Touche, where he managed the Enterprise Risk Management practice for the West Coast market area. Previously he was a banking partner for the same firm in both the Seattle and Portland offices, overseeing financial statement audits and FDICIA attestation engagements on a wide variety of banks. Mr. Roche is now retired and in addition to the Bank, serves as a director of a privately held software company. In 2015, Mr. Roche joined the Board of Directors of a community bank holding company and its bank headquartered in Sacramento, California. In 2017 he was appointed Chairman of the Board of the Directors of the bank holding company and its bank and continues to serve in such capacity today.
Larry Baker
President Emeritus
Larry Baker, one of the original founders of Lewis & Clark Bank, retired in 2010 having served as President/CEO from the bank’s opening and continues active on the bank’s current Board. He has a total of over 50 years in banking, including nearly eight years in another Oregon community bank and a variety of leadership positions at two super–regional banks. He is a past President of Central East Portland Rotary and remains active in community service as a Member of the Board for Central East Portland Rotary Club & Foundation. While actively employed at Lewis & Clark Bank he served on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Bankers Association, was a member of the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce, the Oregon City Urban Renewal Citizen's Group, and the Oregon Schools Superintendent's Business Advisory Team. In addition to the Bank board, he has experience on the Boards of two profit making enterprises and other non-profit organizations.
Todd Liebow
Todd S. Liebow is a retired commercial and industrial real estate appraiser who served the appraisal industry for 40 years. His practice focused on litigation support, properties suffering from detrimental conditions and property tax valuation analytics. Mr. Liebow has authored several articles on the ad valorem assessment system and has lectured frequently on tax and valuation issues. He is a founding Director and shareholder of Lewis and Clark Bank. He serves on their Board of Directors and is Chair of their Board Loan Committee, Compensation Committee and member of their Corporate Governance Committee. Mr. Liebow also owns and operates a commercial real estate investment and development firm specializing in urban infill sustainable development in Portland. Mr. Liebow was awarded the professional designation, MAI, in 1987 by The Appraisal Institute. He is a graduate of Lewis and Clark College, with a BA in Philosophy, with Honors, 1978.
Kevin Murphy, M.D.
Dr. Murphy is a board certified orthopedic surgeon with fellowship training in sports medicine. His surgical expertise includes arthroscopy, joint reconstruction and orthopedic trauma. Dr. Murphy is currently an assistant team physician for the Portland Timbers professional soccer team, and provides orthopedic care at the Nike Sports Medicine Clinic. He also provides orthopedic support for several local high schools.