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OCTOBER 2018
UPPER PENINSULA BUSINESS TODAY
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Key Realty Is Ready To
Serve The Upper
Peninsula
Key Realty has opened their doors and is ready to serve the Upper Peninsula. The locally owned an oper- ated realty company was founded by Jamie Solis-Beaver, a life-long Upper Michigan resident and Gladstone High School graduate with over 18 years of experience in the local hous- ing market.
“The opportunity to start my own company to better serve my clients was something I couldn’t pass up,” said Solis-Beaver. “In today’s exciting real estate enviroment, it’s vital to partner with hard working and knowledgeable real estate agents whenever you are buying or selling real estate. I truly enjoy working with both buyers and sellers. I look for- ward to continuing to provide great service and professionalism to my clients under Key Realty.” said Jamie.
Referrals are easy to be found when talking with former clients of Jamie’s. “She made our first home purchase a wonderful experience. She was always readily available to answer any ques- tions, offer advice, & keep us posted on the next step.” said buyer, Jon Johnson. “I would recommend Jamie Solis Beaver to anyone looking to buy or sell their home! She is a profession- al broker with a personal touch...always available to answer
questions or help with whatever you need. Jamie was very prompt with everything and she knows what she’s doing. Our family home was sold quickly and I appreciate all she did to help me with the process.” said seller, Mary Beth LaPorte.
Their new location can be found at 2419 Ludington Street, right behind The UPS Store (across from Gram’s Pasty) in Escanaba. Renovations are now complete with room for addi- tional agents to join her team in the coming months.
A ribbon cutting, grand opening and open house is scheduled for later this year. They are now open for business and the community is welcome to visit their office.
For more information about buying or selling any property, or to learn about starting an exciting career in the real estate business, contact the office 906-233-7455 or Jamie directly @ 906-399-9033.
They are the KEY to buying and sell- ing real estate!
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Credit Union Names
Fradette Marketing
Director
KINGSFORD — Thea Fradette has been promoted to marketing direc- tor/member services representative at the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Community Federal Credit Union.
Fradette started at the credit union in April.
“Thea has already become a valuable asset to our team,” CEO Scott Dickman said. “We are excited for her to bring her own personal experience and talents to the position of market-
ing director.”
Since moving to the area four years
ago, Fradette has found a creative out- let participating in Dickinson County Community Theatre productions. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and three dogs.
Iron Mountain Kingsford Community Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit that has served the area since 1948. It now has more than 12,000 members in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and northeast Wisconsin.
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River Valley Employee
Announcement
WAUSAU, Wis. (August 27, 2018) – River Valley is pleased to make the fol- lowing employee announcement.
Jamie Thyrion was promoted from assistant market manager to market manager of River Valley’s Calumet branch. As market manager, Thyrion will be responsible for overseeing operations at the Calumet branch, growing customers’ financial relation- ships, team development and commu- nity involvement. Her office is located at 56500 US Highway 41
in Calumet. Thyrion got her start as a bank teller and personal banker for five yearsbefore joining River Valley. In 2013, she started as a personal banker with River Valleyand was pro- moted to assistant manager in 2017. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration—entrepre- neurial and small business manage- ment from Finlandia University.
Stacy Hollenbeck was promoted from assistant market manager in River Valley’s Marquette West office to market manager of the Houghton branch. As market manager, Hollenbeck will be responsible for overseeing operations at the Houghton branch, growing cus- tomers’ financial relationships, team development and community involvement. Prior to joining the River Valley team as assistant market manager in 2017,
Hollenbeck held a variety of banking positions over 17 years including financial salesand service specialist, assistant service manager and branch manager. Her office is
located at 19795 West Sharon Avenue in Houghton. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Hope College.


































































































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