|Executive Vice President Jillian Pezet|
Executive Vice President Jillian Pezet at Quality Tree Service of West Michigan, Inc. came to ChoiceOne Bank for a business loan and a new relationship blossomed immediately. In talking with Jillian, she mentioned how she thought of becoming a psychologist one day and how that grew into managing her family’s business. She now practices her people skills overseeing more than 50 employees and managing the business operations of a multi-million dollar company. Here is a little of her story.
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Lucas Marble to Branch Manager of the Rockford Division office, located at 590 East Division Street, NE.
Zelle is an easy way to send and receive money with people you trust. Here are some tips to keeping you and your money safe while using Zelle.
ChoiceOne Bank is pleased to announce the recent promotions of Sherri Campbell, Tyson “Ty” Schmidt, Tracy Adams and Kara Lambourn.
We all know at least one friend or family member who has been affected by a phishing attack or another type of scam. With the increase in technology use, we also find a rise in fraudulent activity. Phishing tactics are becoming more cutting-edge as fraudsters now have the ability to "spoof" phone numbers, email addresses, and even social media accounts making communication seem as though it's coming from a friend, a family member or even your bank.
ChoiceOne Financial Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: COFS), the parent company of ChoiceOne Bank, is pleased to announce the significant advances ChoiceOne has made in its financial services and industry-leading technology. These advances support customers’ needs for high-speed convenience and best-in-class financial solutions, while still maintaining the ability to connect and create long-term personal relationships.
With the rise in fraudulent activity, we want to share security tips. A great way to start is by safeguarding every device you use. All phones, laptops, i-pads, or other devices in your home and/or office which use a password, face ID, or passcode require your frequent attention to ensure you’re using best practices.