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Angie Sanborn

Angie Sanborn

VP, Commercial Banker | Grand Rapids - Commercial Loan Center

Located in Grand Rapids, Angie specializes in Investment Real Estate and lending to the Senior Care industry. She has over 15 years of banking experience, 10 of those with Independent Bank.

Angie's current community involvement includes serving on the finance committee for Dwelling Place and the micro loan committee for Michigan Women Forward. She has been a member of the Inforum for over eights years leading several Affinity Groups, and is an avid volunteer and supporter of the Humane Society of West Michigan.

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Office: 616.447.3902

Address

77 Monroe Center Ave. NW, Suite 1200 Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Email

ASanborn@ibcp.com

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