During branch remodel celebration, MLT’s HomeStreet Bank donates to good causes

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From left, HomeStreet Bank President and CEO Mark Mason and VP and Retail Manager of the MLT Office Marilla Sargent present a check to Volunteers of America, Western Washington, from left CEO Phil Smith, Leanne Gieger of Direct Services and VP of Development Mark Johnson.
From left, HomeStreet Bank President and CEO Mark Mason and VP and Retail Manager of the MLT Office Marilla Sargent present a check to Volunteers of America, Western Washington, from left CEO Phil Smith, Leanne Gieger of Direct Services and VP of Development Mark Johnson.
Habitat for Humanity, Snohomish County, Guinn Rogers, Director, Mark Mason President and CEO of HomeStreet Bank, Dexter Wellington, VP and Mortgage Manager of HSB, MLT.
From left: Mark Mason, Habitat for Humanity, Snohomish County Executive Director Guinn Rogers and Board President John Collier, and HomeStreet Bank Vice President and Mortgage Manager Dexter Wellington.

HomeStreet Bank’s Mountlake Terrace bank branch and home loan center at 22001-66th Ave. W. celebrated their branch remodel with a grand-opening ribbon cutting ceremony last week that also included a presentation of $5,000 each to two non-profit organizations: Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County and Volunteers of American/Western Washington. Mountlake Terrace bank branch manager Marilla Sargeant is a board member of the local Volunteers of America, while Dexter Wellington, the mortgage center manager, is joining the Family Selection Committee of Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County.

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