Events Archive - 2010 - Crivitz & Marinette

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108th Anniversary
Thank you for celebrating with us on Thursday December 02, 2010.  Thursday, as one of our customers put it, was:  "3-C's Day" (Cookies, Coffee and Calendars.)  Indeed it was.  Coffee was served along with our famous homemade cookies and treats and of course, calendars were given out by the scores.
All three locations participated in the celebration
1644 Ludington St, Marinette
2811 Roosevelt Rd, Marinette
114 S Hwy 141, Crivitz
Thank you for making our 108th anniversary a huge success.

Downtown Trick or Treat at FMBT

Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust had some scary, and some not so scary visitors during Marinette's downtown Trick-or-Treat on Oct. 28. Bank employees handed out bags of candy to all of the children who stopped in to Trick-or Treat. Approximately 350 "scary" kids made their way into and out of the bank... whew!

Halloween at the Bank 102810  Halloween at the bank 102810

Halloween at the bank 102810  Halloween at the bank 102810
images by Donn Williams

2010 M&M Game Warm-up

Thanks to all of you who joined us for our M&M Game Warm-Up. Neal Dionne served up many free hot dogs and sodas, courtesy of Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust, to fans of the Marinette Marines and Menominee Maroons, Friday, Oct. 15,  between 11a.m. until 1 p.m. His old fashioned hot dog stand was located near our downtown bank's east Ludington Street entrance. Many wore their team's colors and all were fired up in anticipation of Saturday's big game!

A "customer" enjoying a free hot dog & soda    Taking a break between cusotmers at his hot dog stand

M&M Game Warm-up
pictures/poster by Donn Williams

2010 Chamber Golf Outing
"Golf through the Years"
MARINETTE – The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce (MMACofC) held its annual golf outing August 31, 2010 at Little River Country Club.  The theme of the event was “Golf through the Years.” Golfers were encouraged to wear old-time golf garb. The event, which typically attracts about 150 golfers, included dinner and awards.
“The golf outing is the chamber’s major fund raising event of the year. Proceeds from this event help us help local businesses in a variety of ways,” notes Mary Johns, chamber executive director.  “The business of the chamber is business and we try to use the profits from this event to help our businesses thrive.”
Businesses were invited to become a hole sponsor. A sign at the hole proclaimed the business' sponsorship. Businesses were also invited you to come up with a special game for their sponsored hole, and even post a company representative at the hole. One enterprising member gave a way cookies in a plastic bag one year, along with her business card.
The Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust, a long-time supporter of the MMACofC sponsored a hole again this year.  Tammy Billock and her son Jacob took the theme of "Golf through the Years" seriously and dressed the part.  In addition to that, Tammy devised a nostalgia game from a poster board with pictures of our bank's Presidents since 1902 as well as several bank Officers who were not Presidents. Golfers had to choose two pictures of people who were not presidents.  Tammy and her son awarded a prize to those who guessed correctly.  Jacob also displayed an old golf club on loan from Mike Piasecki, VP & Loan Officer at the bank.
Thanks to Cindy Bailey of the UW-Marinette and Theater on The Bay for Tammy's costume, John & Julie Nutter of Menominee High School for Jacob’s costume and Mike for the use of the club...

Tammy & Jacob at Chamber Golf Outing 083110 Theme GOlf Thru The Years
Pictured are:  Tammy Billock - Loan Compliance Specialist at F&MB&T and her son Jacob.  08/31/10

2010 Waterfront Festival Parade

2010 Waterfront Festival Parade Pictures
"Come Sailing With Us Into The Future."

Getting the float ready    Ready to hook up the float to the truck

Captain n Crew at your service     Ready to Sail

Captain n Crew Ready to Sail...      Captain, Crew, and "deck hands" Ready to Sail

Waiting For The Parade to Start     We'd better start this parade before we have a mutiny Captain...

Near The End of The Parade Route already...     Near The Bandshell...only two more blocks to go...

 Float designed by Tammy Billock. Images by Cindy Goldsmith & Donn Williams 08/08/10.
Thanks to all of the great volunteers who helped out!!!
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2010 Relay For Life

A team of walkers from Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust raised close to $2,000 for the American Cancer Society at the Relay for Life held at Higley Stadium in Marinette. Walkers circled the track from 6 p.m. Friday, June 25 until 7 a.m. Saturday, June 26. The members of the bank's team included employees Mike Piasecki, Sue Porter, Angie Salewsky, and Marguerite Lozier. Members of Lozier’s family also participated. Relay for Life was conducted this year with a “birthday” theme. Participants were asked to bake and decorate cakes. A contest was held to select the “best cake.” People voted by purchasing tickets and depositing them into containers next to the cakes. The Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust cake, made by Lozier’s niece Tammy Bulin, received the most votes and earned the “best cake” honor. That cake and others in the competition were raffled. Proceeds from the raffle and “best cake” voting were included in the money raised by the teams participating and donated to the American Cancer Society.

Relay For Life Cake - Image by Tammy Bulin

The Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust cake was voted "best cake"
during the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
The cake was made by Tammy Bulin the niece of bank employee Marguerite Lozier.
Image by Tammy Bulin

The Hoagland Trust  Donation

The Hoagland Trust has made its first $1,500 donation to the M&M Great Lakes Sport Fishermen to cosponsor the annual Kids Fishing Derby. This year’s derby was held at the Menominee Marina Saturday, June 12.

  Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust President Thomas Maxwell announced last year that the Hoagland Trust would become a major sponsor of the event. The bank is the trustee of the trust fund established by Joseph “Shorty” Hoagland of Marinette, who died in 1985.

  Hoagland was an avid fisherman who had a soft spot in his heart for children, despite having none of his own. He left behind a trust of more than $90,000 with the wish that interest earned by the money be used to provide activities for kids that would make them happy.

  The M&M Great Lakes Sport Fishermen has been conducting the Kids Fishing Derby each June for the past 25 years. 

  The event annually attracts close to 400 youngsters, along with their parents and guardians. Thousands of dollars in prizes are given away each year to participants, who are also served food and refreshments.

Bank Employees' Rummage Sale

The employees of Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust held a rummage sale on Saturday May 22, 2010 from 8 a.m. to noon at 1159 Edwin St.  A variety of different items were provided by bank employees, their families and friends. All proceeds were donated to the American Cancer Society.

Robert O. Angwall named Director Emeritus
News Release - Marinette, WI  - 02/16/10:
Robert Angwall Director Emeritus 020910
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In recognition of his 29 years of dedicated service on the board of directors of Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust, Robert O. Angwall has been named Director Emeritus.

President Tom Maxwell presented Angwall with a plaque Feb. 9, during Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust’s annual shareholders meeting at the bank’s downtown Marinette location, 1644 Ludington St. Angwall is retiring from the board.

“He’s been a valued advisor who has always done what he thinks is best for the bank,” Maxwell said. “When Bob was elected to the board in 1981 it was a difficult time. His courage and support will never be forgotten.”

Angwall, one of the bank’s longest serving directors, was a member of the board’s personnel and loan committees.

During his tenure, the bank in 2000 constructed a new building at 2811 Roosevelt Road to house its Marinette branch, and in 2006 added a new branch at 114 S. U.S 141 in Crivitz.

Angwall said he is pleased to have played a role in the bank’s growth. His greatest satisfaction came from seeing the vital role the bank and its employees play in the lives of the people they serve. “We always encouraged people be active in the community,” he said.

Angwall, 91, of Marinette is a retired businessman. He was vice president of Angwall-Dormer cold storage and commercial fishing in Menominee; he and his late wife, Merlaine, were the owners of a downtown Marinette dress shop; he was owner and president of companies involved in gas and oil drilling in the U.S., Canada and Australia; and a licensed ship captain who delivered vessels constructed at Marinette Marine and other shipyards to their owners.

He also served on the Marinette County Board.

Angwall has two children and four grandchildren. His son Lloyd Angwall and his wife Rita live in Green Bay. His daughter Merlaine (Peanuts) Zarbano and her husband John live in Oshkosh


2010 Customer Appreciation Day

CRIVITZ BRANCH BRAT FRY   Our Crivitz branch at 114 S. Hwy 141 held its annual free brat fry on Friday August 13th from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. We invited all our valued customers to join us for lunch!

Bank President Tom Maxwell was on hand for the event as well as Debbie Atwood Crivitz Branch Manager. Tom is pictured in the background (with hat) and Debbie is standing in front talking with customers.

Customer Appreciation Dat at Crivizt Branch 081310 Brats were served
Picture by Marguerite Lozier

2010 4th of July Parade

Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust's Crivitz branch entered this float with the name "An All American Celebration" in the 2010 Crivitz Fourth of July parade. The float featured a cardboard caricature of Uncle Sam grilling food for a pair of Little League baseball players "(not pictured,) Charlie Johnsen Jr. and Vinnie Jopek, who were seated at the picnic table. The float was designed to depict the theme of the parade which was "Celebrate America." It was designed and constructed by employees of the Crivitz branch and family members. They also marched with the float in the parade.   Photo 004  

Crivitz Bank Float with employees 070410     Crivitz Bank Float 070410
Pictured here, standing left to right in front of the float, are Randy Atwood and his wife Debbie Atwood, manager of the Crivitz branch, bank President Tom Maxwell, Mary Argall an employee of the Crivitz branch, and bank Senior Vice President Marguerite Lozier. Pictures by Cheryl Maxwell
Article by Donn Williams
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