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Castle Bank Hosts Community Leaders reception

Published: Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Picture at the Castle Bank's Community Leaders reception are (from left): John Kretchmer, Castle Bank; Tim Struthers, president of Castle Bank; Vicky Smith, president of McHenry County College; Mary Miller, chair of MCC Board of Trustees; Scott Brown, president and COO of Sage Products; Pam Cumpata, president of McHenry County Economic Development Corp.; Dan Plote, president of Plote Construction; Patrick Maynard, president and CEO of Pioneer Center for Human Services; and Susan Milford, senior vice president, Centegra Health Systems.

LAKE IN THE HILLS – Castle Bank hosted a Community Leaders reception at Boulder Ridge Country Club in Lake in the Hills honoring local leaders in the area.

Community leaders honored at the reception in September included, D. Scott Brown, president and COO of Sage Products; Pam Cumpata, president of the McHenry County Economic Development Corp.; Patrick Maynard, president and CEO of Pioneer Center for Human Services; Susan Milford, senior vice president of marketing at Centegra Health System; Mary Miller, chairman of the McHenry County College Board of Trustees; Vicky Smith, president of McHenry County College; and Dan Plote, president of Plote Construction.

Each of the guests of honor gave a brief presentation about themselves and what their position entails. The rest of the night was dedicated to networking with other leaders from the area. This event is signature to Castle Bank and is held in many of the other communities that Castle Bank has locations.

Castle Bank was founded more than 150 years ago and provides a full range of banking products and services at 14 locations throughout northern Illinois.

For more information, visit www.castlebank.com.

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