2012-09-06 / News

Funding improvements



mBank recently made a $50,000 donation to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital’s capital improvement fundraiser. According to mBank President and CEO Kelly George, the business was an enthusiastic contributor. “mBank is happy to help support such a needed and good project for the betterment of our community in terms of providing new state of the art health care services with the new hospital, along with being a catalyst for further economic development around the area,” he said. “We wish the hospital and all of its dedicated staff, doctors, management, and board of directors, best success with the completion of the project and look forward to seeing it up and going early next year.” From left to right, SMH Board of Trustees Chairperson Don Perigo, George, and SMH CEO George Montgomery. 
Pioneer Tribune photo mBank recently made a $50,000 donation to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital’s capital improvement fundraiser. According to mBank President and CEO Kelly George, the business was an enthusiastic contributor. “mBank is happy to help support such a needed and good project for the betterment of our community in terms of providing new state of the art health care services with the new hospital, along with being a catalyst for further economic development around the area,” he said. “We wish the hospital and all of its dedicated staff, doctors, management, and board of directors, best success with the completion of the project and look forward to seeing it up and going early next year.” From left to right, SMH Board of Trustees Chairperson Don Perigo, George, and SMH CEO George Montgomery. Pioneer Tribune photo

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