Range in the Community
Proudly participating in the communities where we live and work.
Tim Baroni presents a donation to Copper Harbor Trails Society, Inc. as a Summit Level Donor
Ken Arseneau, Volunteer Coordinator for the D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans is presented with a check from employees of Range Bank, N.A. From left to right: Rebekah Kammeraad, Ken Arseneau, and Davin Makela. Employees of Range Bank, recently held a fundraiser through which they donated $5 to wear jeans for the day. All proceeds went to the D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans Activities Fund.
Sarah Fogaroli and Kristy Basolo, representatives of of Love INC CUP are presented with a check from employees of Range Bank, N.A. From left to right: Sarah Fogaroli, Linda Turri, Kristy Basolo, and Megan Niepoth. Employees of Range Bank recently held a fundraiser through which they made a donation to wear jeans for the day. All proceeds went to Love INC CUP.
Patty Williams (left) is presented with a check from Range Bank employee Amanda Goodman. Employees of the bank recently held a fundraiser through which they made a donation to wear jeans for the day. All proceeds went to Ainsley Kargela, the 3 year old daughter of Patty and Dennis Kargela who was is currently battling a rare form of cancer
2013-14 United Way Campaign - Range Bank Employees and Campaign Co-Chairs Christine Pesola and Mark Canale
Range Bank employees present a check to a representative of Kermit’s Keweenaw Kids.
Ranger and Brenda talk about the benifits of saving.
Who is the winner of the Piggy Bank?
Ranger gets a very 'High Five' from a small saver. 5/13
Partnering with Household Appliance, Range Bank employees raised money to purchase a new kitchen range for the family of Dan Croschere who was recently diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer.
Range Bank employees present 2013 United Way campaign results.
March 18, 2013
Negaunee - Range Bank teamed up with the Lake Superior Community Partnership (LSCP) to celebrate the opening of their new branch located at 601 U.S. 41 in Negaunee. Bank officials stated the new branch is a full -service banking and lending office featuring two drive-up lanes, a drive-up ATM, safe deposit boxes and welcoming lobby with a fireplace centered guest seating area. A grand opening will be held this summer following completion of landscaping
Attending the celebration (front row from left to right) were LSCP Director of Marketing and Communications, Betsy Babcock, Marquette County Ambassador, Steve Peffers, Vice President Mortgage Business Development Officer, Brian Syrjala, Range Bank Board member, Allan Koskey, Range Bank Board member Paul Symons, Vice President Regional Branch Administrator and Loan Officer, Kelly Jandron, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer, Ken Palmer, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Jack Frost, Negaunee City Mayor, Richard Wills, Negaunee City Council, Michael Haines, Negaunee Brand Manager, Kristin Knapp, Customer Service Representative, Brenda Johnson, Executive Vice President, Roxanne Daust, LSCP Business Development Representative, Derek Bush, LSCP Regional Economic Development Liaison, Alex Knudson, Marquette County Ambassador Dan Landers, Range Bank Board member, Anita Johns, LSCP Director of Business Development, Caralee Swanberg and Marquette County Ambassador, Keith Moyle.
David Varda presents a donation to a representative of UPDON (Upper Peninsula Diabetes Outreach Network)
Range Bank employees present a donation to Mary Tavernini of the Beacon House.
Range Bank EAP Committee sponsors a hike up Sugarloaf Mountain.
Christopher Gobert, Barb Croschere and Debbie La Fayette present a check to Willow Farms
Organizations we support through our donations:
Lake Superior Community Partnership Chairman’s Circle
Portage Lake Library - Calumet
Bay Cliff - Capital Campaign
Marquette General Capital Campaign
Excellence in Education
Pine Mountain Music
Omega House - Calumet
Keweenaw Memorial Copperman Sponsor
Dial Help - Calumet
Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce
Main Street Calumet