“We are excited about the continued progress of the HWPI. With the support of all the volunteers and donors, your initiative sends a strong message of the importance outdoor recreation and activities play in the well-being of all our community members and visitors. The Ann Arbor Sports Commission is proud to support the HWPI now and in the future, as our vision is to improve the quality of live for all in Washtenaw County through sports. Congratulations to everyone involved in this wonderful initiative.” - Mike Malach, Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Sports Commission
Old National Bank is a community bank that shares a rich tradition of partnering locally to improve the lives of those where we live and work. One important thing has not changed in our 185-year history; we remain at our core, a community-focused and socially responsible institution. In 2018, our staff donated more than 77,000 volunteer hours to improve our local communities.
Region CEO, Alex Strati has been a strong proponent of the Bank’s sponsorship with the Border to Border trail. Knowing that making this kind of investment for our communities provides economic viability for everyone. He states that this type of partnership is what Old National prides itself on being an investor and partner in our communities.
With nearly $20 billion in assets, we rank among the top 100 banking companies in the U.S. We’ve been recognized as a World’s Most Ethical Company by the Ethisphere Institute for eight consecutive years and are one of only two U.S.-based banks to hold this recognition. We specialize in core business banking for small-mid size companies, particularly closely-held businesses. We are a Preferred SBA Lender, provide a full range of business and personal banking, wealth management, treasury management. Old National has over twenty branches in Michigan and 190 in our five-state footprint, including Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky.
The Legacy Builder Organizational Contributor Award was presented to Saint Joseph Mercy Health System . St. Joe’s early support with a major gift in 2015 launched a wave of progress that helped bring the trail to its current state today. Support from Rob Casalou at the corporate level and Nancy Graebner at the hospital level, demonstrate St. Joe’s deep commitment to building healthy, active and connected communities.