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SNBT Celebrates 147th Anniversary with Donations to Local Non-Profits

Another year has gone by, and The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) is proud to be standing with their doors open wide. This October marked 147 years that SNBT has been servicing the needs of the community. SNBT may no longer hand write their ledgers, or use bank notes as currency, but the long-lasting bank continues to be involved in its local community.

“Each employee, from 1874 to present day, has become a part of the SNBT family and is the key to its success,” said Daniel Peterson, SNBT President & CEO. “As SNBT grows, its roots stay strong and we always remember how this legacy began, with a man named Isaac Stephenson.”

Peterson continued, “We reflect now on SNBT’s past, and we see that the success of the bank has always stemmed from our community. We are privileged to be part of a community that stands behind one another through the good and the bad. Our most important mission is to help our customers and the community in achieving their goals — no matter what they may be. And so, this year’s celebration is not about the 147th anniversary of SNBT, but it is a time for us to return the support to our community during this challenging COVID-19 times. Rather than spending what we usually would to host an Open House for our Anniversary, we chose to instead donate those funds to our local non-profits that are in so much need.”

To kick-off the holiday season, all SNBT branches participated in a collection drive during the months of October and November. The Marinette Office dedicates their efforts to the Rainbow House; Menominee Office to the Menominee Animal Shelter; Oconto Office to NEWCAP of Oconto County; Pembine Office to the Ladies Christmas Club; Crivitz Office to the Crivitz Food Pantry; Wausaukee Office to Pastor Fred’s Food Pantry; and Green Bay Loan Services Office to Golden House.