PROGRESS 2014: Community Resource Bank


The helpful staff at Roseville’s Community Resource Bank includes Scott Leo, Dan Bighley, Jeff Vranicar, Joan Kallenberg, Jeff Norton, Melissa Rose, Thom Jones, Bobbi Ramsell, Sam Ringstad, Glenda Pooley, Joe Napieralski, Ashley Passinault and EveMarie Edwards.

Scott Leo, Community Resource Bank Roseville Market President.

Reach all your financial goals  with Community Resource Bank

Community Resource Bank
Roseville Office
1501 W. County Road C
651-631-1040

www.community-resourcebank.com

At Community Resource Bank in Roseville, you’ll find a dedicated team ready to assist you with all of your financial needs.

From the basics of true personal service to the latest in electronic banking convenience, the bank has the resources and the desire to serve individuals, families and businesses in a manner that is rare in an industryincreasingly filled with large, non-local banks.

First chartered in Northfield in 1878, Community Resource Bank has expanded to include offices in Roseville and Cannon Falls. The Roseville office was originally Roseville Community Bank, but was acquired in 1999 by Community Resource Bank to establish a presence in the metropolitan area. It has proven to be a worthy growth strategy.

“We have sustained a high level of personal service that our customers enjoy and have played a very active role in serving the credit needs of local businesses,” notes Roseville office President Scott Leo.

Personal service

Like all Community Resource Bank offices, the Roseville office provides both personal and business banking, plus access to diversified financial services. From checking to savings and from loans to investments, we are a one-stop shop for your financial needs.

All types of loans are available, including home financing and refinancing, construction, home equity, vehicle, boat and RV, plus commercial financing such as inventory financing, commercial real estate and small-business lending.

Community Resource Bank also offers cash management services including remote deposit for businesses. By simply scanning checks on-site, businesses know their funds have been deposited instantly and securely, and save valuable time that used to be spent driving to the bank.

“Our products are constantly being upgraded to stay current with the latest developments in technology and changes in customer needs,” Leo adds. “New checking products were introduced in mid-2013, and in the fall of 2012, mobile banking was made available. This service allows full access to account information, funds management and account alerts right from your cell phone via our app.”

Of course the Roseville office also offers safe-deposit service, IRAs, health savings accounts, CDs, money market savings, investments and other traditional depository services. In December the bank installed a new 24-hour ATM, which allows for envelope-free deposits. 

“We are part of the Money Pass ATM network, allowing our customers free access at ATM locations throughout the metro area as well as locations nationally,” Leo explains.

As one of the few local independent banks in the area, Community Resource Bank in Roseville celebrates the special connection to its local customers with an annual Community Appreciation Day each summer where people are welcome to enjoy food and friendly conversation. One of the bank’s other popular events is a paper shredding day, which will be held this year on May 10. The bank also has a proud tradition of volunteerism at local organizations.

Stop by today to see why Community Resource Bank is  the one-stop shop for all your financial needs.

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