Crestmark volunteers assist on Habitat for Humanity Build
For Immediate Release August 20, 2009
Contact: Gayle Finger
Crestmark Bank volunteers assist on Habitat for Humanity Build
For the third year in a row, employees from Crestmark Bank participated in Habitat for Humanity’s 2009 Build in Pontiac, Michigan. On Saturday, August 1st, 13 employees and family members from the Troy corporate office prepared homes for a final dedication ceremony to the new homeowners. The Crestmark volunteers focused on interior painting and exterior landscape clean-up.
“It’s a great feeling to know that we are giving back to individuals in our community who have faced some very difficult emotional and financial times, and to be a part of this valuable program. Crestmark hopes to contribute our resources and time to this program every year,” said Gayle Finger, First VP, Compliance, Crestmark Bank.
Crestmark Bank, located in Troy, Michigan, is proud to help to build the communities in which we work, whether it is by picking up a hammer or broom, or by assisting with innovative financing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses.
A big thanks for those who volunteered on behalf of Crestmark Bank. Front row - from left to right: Janee Richardson and Jeffery Dyer, Sarah Stutts, Gayle Finger. Middle row – from left to right: Josh Beauvais, Kelly Dombrowsky, Gus Mattia, Ray Zilke. Back row – from left to right: Douglas Kollman, Matt Barbuscak, Brett and Molly Flowers, Daniel Stutts