Dawidowski retiring from Range Bank; Frost named successor

DANNY DAWIDOWSKI

DANNY DAWIDOWSKI

MARQUETTE — Danny Dawidowski, senior vice president and trust and wealth management officer, will retire from Range Bank effective March 30, after 42 years of service to the financial industry.

The Board of Directors has announced that Jack Frost, senior vice president and relationship manager, will succeed Dawidowski.

“Although Danny will be missed, we appreciate his leadership over the past several years. We are happy that he will remain as a consultant and a member of the bank’s investment committee going forward,” said Ken Palmer, chairman and CEO of Range Bank.

“Over $100 million in assets is now being managed by our trust and wealth team,” Dawidowski said. “I am proud to have been a part of growing our department and welcome Jack as my successor.”

Frost has more than 20 years of financial services experience. He attended Western Michigan University, earning a degree in finance and economics. He joined Range Bank in 2012 as the chief financial officer.

JACK FROST

JACK FROST

Within the community, Frost is president of the Marquette Rotary Fund, treasurer of the Downtown Development Authority, treasurer of the MSHS PTSO, Marquette County Habitat for Humanity board member, and past president of the Rotary Club of Marquette.

Range Financial Corporation is the holding company that owns Range Bank, which has more than $715 million in assets under management and serves its customers through 12 offices in Marquette, Dickinson, Houghton and Brown counties.

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