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Neighborhood bank awarded highest possible performance rating by the U.S. Federal Reserve putting it in the Top 1% of banks in the nation
Local bank hosts eighth annual Evelyn’s Walk in remembrance of former employee to raise money for pancreatic cancer.
Neighborhood bank supports Chicagoland high school students through annual scholarships
Marquette Bank’s employees volunteered to sort and weigh 8,712 pounds of pinto beans at the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Marquette Bank employees participated in the 11th Annual Running for Hope 5K Run/Fun Walk.
Marquette Bank announced the 57 local high schools selected for the 2018 Marquette Bank Education Foundation Scholarship Program.
Marquette Bank employees and family members packed over 300 hundred lunch bags to be distributed to those in need.
Employees raise money for homeless animals to provide them with food and shelter.
Marquette Bank sponsors Our Lady of the Ridge 5K while employees participate and volunteer.
Marquette Bank employees start May off with sponsoring a Walk Against Hunger to raise awareness of hunger within the communities they serve.
Marquette Bank’s employees and some family members donated their time to help The Greater Chicago Food Depository earlier this month.
Employees of Marquette Bank along with their family members, packed almost 750 bags of food for My Joyful Heart.
Marquette Bank employees volunteer at St. Christopher's Church in Midlothian, IL.
Marquette Bank employees donate their time to help those in need around the area of Our Lady Of The Ridge parish.
Thank you to our employees, customers, local businesses and community partners who helped us make a difference to over 180 neighborhood organizations in 2017.
Employees wrap Easter baskets for local community organizations to give out to those in need.
Neighborhood bank offers 57 high school seniors $2,500 to continue their education.
Stockpiling savings for stormy days — literal or figurative — can help you cover financial mishaps.
15 Marquette Bank employees participated in the St. Richard Rocket Run.
America Saves has compiled some tips to help you plan for a fun and fulfilling holiday season while not drowning in expenses.
Marquette Bank Wins Excellence and Innovation BKD Award Presented by CBAI