Welcome to Our Web Banking Center
Welcome to West Michigan Bank & Trust. For nearly three decades, we have provided a full range of banking and trust services that are designed with you, the customer, in mind. Our local ownership and management allows us to sustain our long-term commitment to provide traditional, straight forward and fairly priced banking products and services to the businesses and residents of the communities we serve.
By enrolling in Internet Banking, you will have secure, reliable access to your accounts anytime, anywhere. Through a computer with internet access, Internet Banking allows you to:
Internet Banking provides the ultimate in convenience because it’s available when you want it. To enroll, please go to the Online Banking Login area to the right and click on “enroll.” If you have questions, please call our Frankfort Office at 231-352-9655 or our Manistee Office at 231-723-8867. We look forward to hearing from you.
Are you looking for a Loan?
West Michigan Bank & Trust has money to lend qualified borrowers. Interest rates are at all time lows, so let us help you with your home purchase or refinance, home improvement project, or new car purchase. We also offer a full line of business loans for commercial real estate purchase or refinance, equipment purchases and operating loans. For information about all of our loan programs, please call Thomas Plaxton, Unique Identifier#773416 in Manistee at 231-723-8867 or Damon Tondu, Unique Identifier #757266 in Frankfort at 231-352-9655.
NATURE'S WAY PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT By SUE LEE
Photographer, Sue Lee, will be exhibiting her wildlife photography at West Michigan Bank & Trust beginning June 6, 2013, and will be on display throughout the summer ending September 25, 2013. West Michigan Bank & Trust will be participating in the Annual Oliver Art Walk on Friday, July 12, 2013 from 6 – 9pm where you will have a chance to meet Sue Lee.
Sue Lee graduated from Western Michigan University with a BA Degree in Education and spent the majority of her teaching career working at a middle school in the Kalamazoo area. She made her home in the country and gradually became more attentive to the natural world surrounding her. She eventually built blinds, tree stands, and maintained trails through the woods and fields to observe the wildlife in its natural environment. Carrying camera equipment to record the many wonders she encountered was the next step in her evolution. This propelled her into taking photography courses and going on a photo shoot to Alaska with Carl Sam II and Jean Stoick to learn the finer points of capturing wildlife with a camera. She also spent time “studying anything that moved in nature” with the DNR in conjunction with Central Michigan University in a residential program.
When the opportunity came for early retirement, she took the plunge and began a new direction with camera in hand. Urban sprawl had invaded what she considered her private wildlife sanctuary, so the decision was made to move north with her partner. They headed to an isolated little lake in Benzie County, where they built a home once again surrounded by the natural world. Sue continues to be awed by the beauty that surrounds us; camera in hand, she delights us all with her vision of the natural world.
West Michigan Bank & Trust invites you to view Sue’s photography exhibit during normal banking hours. The exhibit is free of charge and located at 501 Main Street, Frankfort, MI. For more information, please call (231) 352-9655.
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