Sanibel Captiva Community Bank will commemorate its 10th anniversary on Wednesday, Feb. 20, with an open house at all four locations on Sanibel Island and in Fort Myers. Each location will serve cake and refreshments throughout the day.
"We are extremely pleased to celebrate our first decade with $236 million in total assets; a solid five percent increase over the previous year," said Craig L. Albert, president and chief executive officer at SanCap Bank. "And, we earned $1 million during 2012, bringing our total earnings since we opened to $8 million more than any other bank in Lee County."
Along with Albert, the only bank chartered on Sanibel Island is also recognizing eight employees who have served the financial institution since opening. They are Sharon Baker, lead teller; Heather Dowling, vice president of special assets; David Hall, executive vice president and chief financial officer; Jacqueline Jones, deposit operations assistant; Victoria Matic, senior vice president and compliance officer; Jeanette Michaels, loan operations assistant; Nora Mohr, Library Way vice president and office manager; and Deborah Norris, McGregor vice president and officer manager. The bank currently has 39 full-time employees.
The locally owned and operated bank provides customized personal and business banking services throughout Southwest Florida. Specializing in residential lending, the bank offers free business and personal checking.
The Sanibel Island banks are located at 2475 Library Way and 1037 Periwinkle Way, and in Fort Myers at 15975 McGregor Boulevard and 12480 Brantley Commons Court.
For more information visit www.sancapbank.com.