Lake City Bank recently celebrated their 150th anniversary with a $10,000 donation to the Community Foundation of Elkhart County. Pictured from left are Brian Cook, chief marketing and communications officer, Community Foundation of Elkhart County; Candy Yoder, chief program officer, Community Foundation of Elkhart County; Melissa Blosser, vice president, retail banking regional manager; Stephanie Leniski, senior vice president, chief retail banking officer; Todd Bruce, senior vice president, commercial north regional manager; Cole Patuzzi, chief financial officer, Community Foundation of Elkhart County; Chad Stoltzfus, senior vice president, commercial central regional manager; David Findlay, president and chief executive officer and chair of the Community Foundation of Elkhart County board of directors; Pete McCown, president, Community Foundation of Elkhart County; and Carrie Berghoff, chief development officer, Community Foundation of Elkhart County.
WARSAW — Lake City Bank supported the Community Foundation of Elkhart County with an unrestricted donation of $10,000 recently.
This gift is part of the bank’s 150th anniversary celebration, a year-long commemoration of the bank’s history and commitment to the communities it serves. To mark the anniversary, the bank announced a donation of $150,000 to community foundations in Indiana, in the form of $10,000 gifts to the 15 community foundations in counties where the bank operates.
Lake City Bank, a $6.6 billion bank headquartered in Warsaw, is the sixth largest bank headquartered in the state, and the largest bank 100% invested in Indiana. Lake City Bank operates 52 branch offices in northern and central Indiana, delivering technology-driven solutions in a client-centric way to individuals and businesses. The bank is the single bank subsidiary of Lakeland Financial Corporation. For more information visit www.lakecitybank.com.