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Emily Lasceski

Emily Lasceski

VP, Community Banker | Bad Axe | Caseville | Cass City | Pigeon | Sebewaing

Emily has worked for Independent Bank since 2004. She specializes in small business lending and deposit services. Emily provides leadership, supervision, and coaching to area locations in the thumb of Michigan that include; Bad Axe, Pigeon, Cass City, Sebewaing, and Caseville. We work as a team to achieve meaningful and productive relationships, by continued calling efforts, business networking, and community involvement.

Phone Number

Office: 989.872.2105
Cell: 989.385.3039

Address

655 N. Port Crescent Bad Axe, MI 48413
6727 Main St. Caseville, MI 48725
6241 Main St. Cass City, MI 48726
75 S. Main St. Pigeon, MI 48755
8880 Unionville Road Sebewaing, MI 48759

Email

ELasceski@ibcp.com

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