It is with deep appreciation that the Boards of Directors of ChoiceOne Financial Services, Inc., and ChoiceOne Bank (NASDAQ: COFS) (“ChoiceOne”) announce the retirement of James A. Bosserd from the Boards effective September 8.
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce plans to relocate the Metamora branch office to a newly remodeled office one mile south of the existing branch. The new office is located at 950 W. Dryden Road in Metamora and scheduled to open Monday, September 27.
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to support Oakland HOPE Food Pantry & Thrift Store and commit to a financial and educational partnership.
ChoiceOne Bank (NASDAQ: COFS) (“ChoiceOne”) will host a Community Shred Day Saturday, August 28, at the ChoiceOne Capac office, located at 206 North Main Street. This is the 15th consecutive year the Bank has hosted Free Community Shred Days.
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce the leadership positions of Rob Jamula, Paul DeBono, Alexander Shoemaker, Celeste Spivey, Paul Williams, Kody Faulk, and MarkAnthony Martin.
ChoiceOne Bank (NASDAQ: COFS) (“ChoiceOne”) is pleased to announce 13 scholarships have been awarded in the Annual ChoiceOne Scholarship Essay Contest designed to provide needs-based scholarships for graduating seniors in the communities the Bank serves.
As the local community bank, ChoiceOne encourages and rewards graduating seniors who are motivated to obtain a degree. The ChoiceOne Scholarship awards a one-time scholarship of $1,000 to each recipient for their first year of college. ChoiceOne Bank has 34 locations serving West and Southeastern Michigan, 13 winners were selected from 11 community high schools.
“Families are the heart of our communities, and we are committed to their wellbeing,” said ChoiceOne Bank President Michael J. Burke, Jr. “Our seniors are the next generation of leaders, so it’s important for them to realize the benefits of being raised and educated in a caring and supportive community. We have been offering this contest for many years now, and it’s always an enlightening experience for all of us.”
The ChoiceOne Bank Scholarship Essay Contest began in January and ended in March. Students had to submit an application which included a 500 word or less essay about one of their community-service experiences – describing why they got involved, who benefited and how they benefited. Eligible candidates included high school seniors, GED recipients in the current calendar year that had not begun college classes, and home school students with documentation of high school equivalency and college eligibility. Students had to be graduating seniors planning to attend an accredited two-year or four-year college in Michigan for the fall of 2021.
The contest was open to local high schools within the Bank’s 34 locations. With over 180 submissions, these are the 2021 winners:
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to support The Meet Up, Eat Up, & Read Up program at The Chatfield School this summer.
ChoiceOne Bank was extremely pleased to once again honor Lapeer High School seniors in the annual Swing Out celebration in Downtown Lapeer on June 3.
The Board of Directors of ChoiceOne Financial Services, Inc. (“ChoiceOne”, NASDAQ:COFS), the parent company of ChoiceOne Bank, today announced that Tom Lampen, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has notified the organization of his intention to retire effective on or about December 31, 2021. Upon his retirement, Senior Vice President, Adom J. Greenland, is expected to be named Chief Financial Officer.