This entry refers to a departed business — a business that has closed or left town. Information here is mostly for historical reference.

CommPac had a credit card.

Former Location
1000 41st Ave, Santa Cruz CA 95062
Typical banking hours M-F & part-time Sat.
Marshall Delk, CEO
Business Lifespan
(In Santa Cruz County) 1983-1998
Payment Methods
Checks, money orders, credit cards, cash, and usual bank media.

Commercial Pacific Savings and Loan Association (called CommPac) articles of incorporation were filed on February 08, 1983 for the state of California. It is important to note this because the S & L took over nine months to officially open the physical branch. On June 30, 1996 CommPac was renamed to COMMERCIAL PACIFIC BANK, and became a federal savings bank, instead of a Savings and Loan. (One major consideration, FDIC insurance was less expensive than the S&L insurance.) In 1998, the company was renamed to Bank USA and moved to Phoenix, Arizona. On October 30, 2009 Bank USA, National Association (Bank USA), Phoenix, AZ was closed by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was named receiver. Location and assets sold to US Bank

This entry is a seed - a starting point for writing a full entry. You can help the Santa Cruz Wiki by expanding it! Simply click on the "Edit" button.


Related Links


2010-10-30 18:59:33   There were off to a nice start. They had chairs for customers to sit on while at the teller window. They sold postage stamps. The location was not ideal. —Harlan