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ChoiceOne Bank Supports Cherry Health with $50,000 Donation

August 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

ChoiceOne Bank is providing a donation totaling $50,000 over two years to Cherry Health, an independent nonprofit and comprehensive primary health care provider. Jim Bosserd, Chief Executive Officer of ChoiceOne Bank, said the money is targeted to fund an overall project totaling $1.17 million, and will go toward two projects in Grand Rapids and Cedar Springs. Cherry [...]

Gagnon joins ChoiceOne Bank

November 24, 2011 // 0 Comments

ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Kent G. Gagnon as business development officer. In this position, Gagnon is responsible for creating new opportunities and developing long-term relationships with the local business leaders in the communities the bank serves. “As more businesses recognize us as the local choice for all their banking needs, Kent will [...]

ChoiceOne Bank, Spectrum Health join forces to combat childhood obesity

August 11, 2011 // 0 Comments

Great things happen when organizations commit to the health and well-being of their communities. ChoiceOne Bank and Spectrum Health are platinum co-sponsors of the USCA Canoe and Kayak National Championship, a community event taking place on Newaygo’s Muskegon River August 9-14. In addition to mutual sponsorship of this event, ChoiceOne Bank and Spectrum Health will [...]

ChoiceOne Bank spreads love, donates 45 computers

February 24, 2011 // 0 Comments

ChoiceOne Bank recently donated 45 computers to Love INC of Newaygo County. The computers were given to support Love INC and their commitment to helping those in the community succeed by fulfilling unmet financial needs. Loading donated computers onto a truck are (l–r) ChoiceOne Bank AVP Network Administrator Paul Tucker, Michael McHugh of ChoiceOne Bank (SVP, [...]

Cannon treasure hunt for $1,000 to begin

September 16, 2010 // 0 Comments

More clues will be released this year   A thousand bucks is serious money, and this year’s treasure hunt organizers are serious about giving it away. Three clues a week will be offered instead of the two clues as in past years. Pictured are the Cannon Area Business Association members who organize the treasure hunt in Cannon Township worth $1,000 to the first to find [...]