Huron Valley State Bank's Casual
For A Cause Program Raises Over $1,500

As a community bank, the employees of Huron Valley State Bank embrace giving back to the community. The monthly "Casual for a Cause" program occurs t he last Friday of every month which allows bankers to dress casually and collectively contribute to worthwhile causes. In 2016, the bank raised over $1,500 in monetary donations.

The program assists both internal Huron Valley State Bank efforts, such as special collections for partner elementary schools, food drives during the holidays, as well as a number of private individuals in need or community organizations. Nellie Corey, Customer Service Representative and director of the program says, "Every year I see this program increase in monetary donations. I really enjoy chairing a program that has an immediate
impact on individuals and organizations. Plus we all look forward to one casual day a month."  More Info.
Have You Experienced The Difference With Local Mortgage Services? Then Please Refer Us!
If you enjoy the personal service you received at our bank for a mortgage or other services, we would like to sincerely say "thank you" for your business.  The highest compliment for an exemplary experience is telling your family and friends about
Huron Valley State Bank. To sweeten the appreciation, we will pay you $150 for referring a friend, family, co-worker who closes on a new Residential home mortgage. Contact Susan Bowen at 248.387.6089. NMLS #165990. 

New customer must mention this promotion and provide current customers name.  Deposit of incentive will be made within 60 days of new customer closing on mortgage. New customer cannot be an existing customer of the bank.  A 1099-INT may be issued for the value of the incentive.  Referral incentive is limited to 5 per referring account. Offer expires 12/31/17; however, Huron Valley State Bank reserves the right to cancel or modify this program. Offer may not be combined with any other offer. 
As Seen in the Spinal Column
Huron Valley State Bank Voted Best of the West

As seen in the Spinal Column, Huron Valley State Bank was voted Best of the West by the residents in the community for the fourth consecutive year.  

Highland Branch pictured, back row (from left to right): Juliana McKay, Melissa Herron, Shelley Dickerson and Mamta Chaudhry. Front row (from left to right): Amanda Hepola-Gomez, Cecilia Tomasi and Rebecca LeDuc.
Jack Shubitowski, President & CEO
Celebrates Ten Years of Service

In February of 2007, Jack Shubitowski accepted the position as President and CEO of the bank and was also elected to the Board of Directors.  He has over thirty years of banking experience, a strong background in commercial lending and has held various executive banking positions. "I was born and raised in this great community, and I graduated from Milford High School.  I left home to attend college and then started my career in banking. Over time, I realized there is no place like home, so I returned back to the Huron Valley to raise my family and serve as the President and CEO of Huron Valley State Bank," said Shubitowski.  A featured article about Jack Shutibowski was published in the United Bankers Bank magazine in the Winter of 2017 about "Keeping the Community in Community Banking".  More Info. 
Four Steps to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft 
There are few certainties in life. Of course you've heard of death and taxes being two, but there is now a third: It's only a matter of time before you are a victim of identity theft in some way. We hear of breaches almost daily now. There are over 1 billion records that contain some type of personally identifiable information on the black market. It's highly likely that your sensitive information has been stolen at some point; be it your email address, credit card number, social security number, or your healthcare information.  So a little effort to protect it can go a long way.

1. Consider a "junk" email address. More Info.

2. Monitor your credit card statements regularly. More Info.

3. Monitor your credit reports. More Info.

4. Read your benefit statements from your healthcare companies. More Info.

Source: Stickley on Security.
Traveling Out of State Could
Affect How You Use Your Debit Card

All signature based transactions in the states of New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas and California will be blocked. You can still use your debit card by entering in your PIN number. For your protection, please contact the bank if you are planning to travel out of state to avoid the interruption of your debit card.
Meet Juliana McKay
Customer Service Rep - Highland

At the end of December of 2016, Juliana McKay joined the Highland Banking team.  In her role as a Customer Service Representative she helps our customers with their banking transactions in person or over the phone.  When there are not any customers to assist, she keeps busy doing many other administrative duties and making sure there are fresh baked cookies.  Prior to joining the bank she worked in child care and has held roles in the service industry. 

"My coworkers work so well together and are always there to help with any questions and everyone works so well together to make our customers happy," said Juliana. 

Outside of work, she enjoys English Country dancing, square dancing, and listening to classical music.  She is also very active with her church.  Juliana has watched every episode of "I Love Lucy" and "Little House on the Prairie."  She enjoys stage acting and was in the play "Ash Girl" as the Fairy at Clio Cast and Crew Theater.   
Fun Money Fact
A stack of dollar bills one mile high would be worth 14.5 million dollars.

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