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Foster receives promotion at Century Bank and Trust

Ron Reed, President and CEO of Century Bank and Trust, is pleased to announce the promotion of Dylan M. Foster to First Vice President of Century Bank and Trust.
“Dylan’s promotion is in recognition of his dedication to growing Century’s Trust and Investment Management Group while keeping the client’s best interest at heart,” stated Reed.
With over ten years of financial service experience, Foster is a graduate of Western Michigan University and the Cannon Trust School.  He also holds certification as a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor and is an active Coldwater Rotarian.  In addition he is the Treasurer of the Calhoun County Estate Planners Council.
The Trust and Investment Management Group specializes in both trust and investment management for individuals, businesses and municipalities.  In addition, the group also offers estate, financial, tax and retirement planning services.
Dylan can be reached at (517) 278-1586 or by e-mail at DylanFoster@centurybt.com
Century Bank and Trust was founded in 1890, as an independent community bank. As an independent community bank, Century Bank and Trust makes its business decisions locally for the continued success of its customers.   Century’s goal is to keep the local area’s communities financially strong and growing and Century uses its deposits to make loans to local businesses and retail customers so the money stays within the community.
Specializing in building relationships with its customers and communities, Century focuses on long-term, multiple account relationships and customized products that fit customer needs.
Within the community, Century Bank and Trust, is proud to support over 250 local charities, events and organizations. To learn more about Century Bank and Trust visit CenturyBankandTrust.com or call Toll Free (866) 680-2265.

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