Wolverine Bancorp, Inc. announces the election of James W. Fisher to its Board of Directors and the reelection of Richard M. Reynolds, Chairman of the Board, and David H. Dunn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wolverine Bank. Mr. Fisher succeeds Dr. Herbert L. Camp, who retired from the Board after 30 years of service. Dr. Camp was commended for his dedicated service to Wolverine Bank.
National Video Contest Inspires Kids to Save Money
WASHINGTON, March 1 – Imagine creating something that could potentially inspire kids around the country to save money rather than spend it. That’s what children across the country did when they entered the Lights, Camera, Save! video contest. [View the grand prize announcement video: www.youtube.com/TeachChildrentoSave]
For many Americans who have a mortgage, their house is their primary investment. And just as a home requires routine inspection and maintenance, so does a home mortgage. Here are ways to manage a mortgage and protect your investment in good times and bad.
Wolverine Bancorp, Inc., the proposed holding company for Wolverine Bank, announced today that it has completed its stock offering and, subject to receiving final regulatory approvals, expects to close its stock offering on Wednesday, January 19, 2011.
This past summer, Wolverine Bank put a call out to local children, ages 13 – 16 to enter the American Banker’s Association’s (ABA) Lights, Camera, Save! video contest. The contest was designed to be a fun and exciting way to get youth to think about the value of saving and help inspire others to become lifelong savers by making short creative videos.
We all know that teens are gadget masterminds, but just how skilled are they with managing their money? That’s the question that prompted Chemical Bank and Wolverine Bank to participate in the American Bankers Association’s (ABA) Lights, Camera, Save! Video Contest.
Wolverine Bank's downtown Midland Deposit Sales and Service Manager, Melinda Elwell was honored on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 by the Midland Downtown Business Association (MDBA) as the recipient of the 2010 Volunteer of the Year Award.
In today’s world of banking, high NSF fees and corporate greed are what get the headlines. Instead of that norm, right in our own back yard, a local bank just won’t buy into that. Wolverine Bank takes a small step toward, not reducing NSF fees, but teaching our next generation how to avoid them altogether.