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Are you our customer yet? If not,
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:
- Instantly access account information and balances
- View up to 24 months of transaction histories from the
date of your enrollment
- Transfer funds between your accounts
- Pay recurring, occasional, or one-time bills
- Send and receive secure electronic messages concerning
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 Douglas Cook, Unique Identifier #865629, Damon Tondu, Unique Identifier #757266
or Mary Kaye Wilkosz, Unique Identifier # 681377 at 231-352-9655 or 231-723-8867.
THE LOST PORTFOLIO OF
Exhibit of Drawing
Michigan Bank & Trust is pleased to exhibit a
collection of work by the late Shirley Trump, local artist and art
teacher, which has never been seen before. The exhibit will be on
display beginning May 5th through August 6, 2014. The
community is invited to come in and hear more of the story from her
daughter, Susan Maunders Olson, and son-in-law, Nicholas Olson.
exhibit shows some of the 47 works held within a 32” by 16” by 3”
black leather portfolio that Jeryl Colby of Colby’s Orchard House,
gave Susan last spring when she and Nick returned to Frankfort.
Jeryl saved the portfolio because she loved Shirley, yet she never
opened it. She waited until she could give the portfolio to Susan in
person. They opened it together and were delighted by what they
found. Susan decided to share the heartbreakingly beautiful work
discovered in an exhibit called
“The Lost Portfolio of
The work in the lost portfolio is of two
styles, abstract color studies and detailed nature drawings, all on
paper or art board and done in pencil, acrylic, or gouache. Susan
states, “I my think mother was experimenting with two very different
approaches. There is one piece that combines both, but most are one
or the other. I think she was always challenged to create a
synthesis between abstract art and nature. People who are familiar
with her work may recognize both from her known work.” When Shirley
Trump passed away in 2008, she left behind over 600 works of art
created oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings, sculptures of wood
or clay, woodblock prints, and many drawings in colored pencil,
pastel, or ink.
Shirley Trump was raised in Franklin,
Michigan, and graduated in the 1940s from Michigan State College
(now Michigan State University). She was a student of John D.
Martelli and majored in art. She became a sculptural assistant to
Marshall Fredericks and worked for years in his studio on Woodward
Avenue, now a National Historic Landmark. Shirley also studied and
taught at the Cranbrook School of Art. In Frankfort, Shirley Trump
is best remembered as an art teacher and a force behind the Crystal
Lake Art Center’s Open Studios, later to become the Elizabeth Lane
Oliver Center for the Arts.”
West Michigan Bank & Trust
invites you to view “The Lost Portfolio of Shirley Trump”
exhibit during normal banking hours. The exhibit is free of
charge and located at 501
Main Street, Frankfort, MI. For more information, please call
Customer Identification Program (CIP) Statement / USA PATRIOT Act Notice
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING OR CHANGING AN
ACCOUNT WITH WEST MICHIGAN BANK & TRUST
Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT ACT requires all financial
institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies
each person who opens an account or changes an existing account. This
federal requirement applies to all new customers and current customers.
This information is used to assist the United States government in the
fight against the funding of terrorism and money-laundering activities.
What this means to you: when
you open an account or change an existing account, we will ask each
person for their name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth,
and other information that will allow us to identify them. We will ask
to see each person's driver's license and other identifying documents
and copy or record information from each of them.
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