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Alex Wood

Alex Wood

AVP, Commercial Banker | Traverse City - Downtown

Alex Wood is Assistant Vice President of Commercial Loans at Independent Bank in Traverse City, MI. He specializes in providing tailored solutions that help achieve business owners’ personal and corporate goals. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management from Hope College, an MBA from Grand Valley State University, and is an Eagle Scout. He has worked in commercial banking for 11 years. Alex currently serves as Treasurer of the First Congregational Church of Traverse City and is a member and volunteer of various community organizations.

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Office: 231.995.5590

Address

333 W. Grandview Parkway Traverse City, MI 49684

Email

AWood@ibcp.com

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