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BTC Bank Makes Donation to Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation

March 21, 2017

From left, Doug Fish, BTC Bank President and CEO; Robyn Creason, CCMH Foundation Board Chair; Wayne West, Branch Manager and Vice President, BTC Bank - Carrollton; Jeff Tindle, CEO, Carroll County Memorial Hospital; and Cohlby Jones, Vice President, BTC Bank and CCMH Foundation Board Member.

CARROLLTON, Mo. -- The Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation is honored to accept a donation from BTC Bank in the amount of $50,000. This was received by the Foundation in a presentation on March 16.

BTC Bank is a community bank founded in 1919 on the traditional values of personal customer service and sound banking practices. BTC Bank has supported many local programs and organizations throughout the years, with special emphasis on youth and education, to help foster growth and strengthen the communities it serves.

“We are grateful for the valued partnership that has been established with CCMH, and are excited knowing this donation will benefit a local organization that directly serves our customers,” said Cohlby Jones, Vice President, BTC Bank – Carrollton, and Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation Board Member. “BTC’s continued tradition of serving our friends and neighbors with courteous, professional banking services maintains its standard of excellence today.”

Carroll County Memorial Hospital Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Their mission is to provide financial and organizational support that enhances the quality and availability of healthcare services enjoyed by the residents of Carroll County.

“On behalf of the Foundation, we are so humbled by this wonderful gift,” said Jeff Tindle, CEO, CCMH.

If you or your family would like to donate to the CCMH Foundation, please call Christy Isaacs at 660-542-1695 ext. 3002 to discuss various options and begin the process.

For more information about the services at Carroll County Memorial Hospital or an appointment, visit our website or call 660-542-1695.