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Dan Stahl

Dan Stahl

VP, Commercial Banker | Traverse City - Downtown

As a resident of Traverse City, Dan Stahl is dedicated to help you meet your financial goals and see your business succeed. Dan specializes in Commercial Real Estate and Construction, as well as the Professional Service industry.

Dan was one of the founding employees of Traverse City State Bank in 2000, as a Commercial Lender and later Chief Credit Officer. He helped grow the bank, which successfully served the community for 18 years. Dan holds a Bachelor’s degree in business and education from Western Michigan University.

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Office: 231.995.5551

Address

333 W. Grandview Parkway Traverse City, MI 49684

Email

DanStahl@ibcp.com

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