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Erickson Jewelers
At New Location
IRON MOUNTAIN –Erickson Jewelers began in Iron Mountain in 2009 with a vision of one day finding a home downtown.
That came true this summer, as Randy and Sherri Erickson moved the business to a recently renovated build- ing at 511 S. Stephenson Ave. that at one time was Frankini Jewelers.
“We are honored to be able to make this a jewelry store again,” Randy Erickson said. A history wall in the building has been started to honor the Frankini family, which the Ericksons hope to add to with help from local residents.
Erickson Jewelers specializes in dia- monds and custom designs, which the Ericksons have been doing together for more than 20 years. They help people redesign past treasures or cre- ate a new piece of jewelry to cherish.
Heather Addison
SNBT Welcomes New
Trust Officer
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust is pleased to welcome Heather Addison to its Marquette Trust & Investment Services Office located in Marquette, Mich. Addison has over a decade of non-profit and legal services experience in the Marquette region which will be an asset to the bank’s multifaceted Trust team.
“We have enjoyed a lot of success in the 6 years since our Marquette Trust & Investment Services Office was established,” said Greg Salmen, SNBT Executive Vice President &
Trust Manager. “Heather is joining a very strong team lead by Mike Kolasa and shared by Theresa O’Brien. Together they provide world-class investment planning while retaining focused, personalized service.”
Addison brings with her 12 years of experience, previously as an attorney for both Hackney, Grover, Hoover & Bean and for Legal Services of Northern Michigan, a program coor- dinator for the Alzheimer’s Association, and as the Blueprint for Safety Advocate for the Women’s Center.
“I joined The Stephenson National Bank & Trust because of its respected reputation in Upper Michigan and Northeastern Wisconsin,” said Addison. “It’s refreshing to see a team’s commitment to doing what is in the client’s best interest. Plus they proactively stay current on the latest trends and advanced schooling to ensure they are providing exceptional guidance.”
“Heather is a fantastic addition to our Marquette team and our SNBT team as a whole,” continued Salmen. “When we expanded into the Marquette region in 2012, it was a smart decision because the office could be built around the right indi- vidual, Mike Kolasa. Again, we are expanding in a measured way because Heather is the right individual to con- tinue to building upon this solid foundation.”
Addison received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Albion College in Albion, Mich. followed by her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Minnesota Law School. She has also taken courses in Wills & Trusts, Estate Planning, and Tax. She is currently enrolled in the Trust Program at the Cannon Financial Institute and will be earning the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designa- tion over the next two years.
Addison serves various community organizations, including JJ Packs, a weekend food program for school kids; as well as serving on the boards for the DeVos Art Museum, the Marquette Regional History Center, and the Marquette Alger Resolution
Service. She lives in Marquette with her husband and their two children. The Stephenson National Bank & Trust is a 144-year old independent community bank with over $1 billion in Bank, Mortgage, and Trust & Investment assets under management. Offices are located in Marinette, Wausaukee, Crivitz, Pembine, and Oconto, Wis. and Menominee, Mich. with a Trust & Investment Office in Marquette, Mich. For more informa- tion about The Stephenson National Bank & Trust visit www.snbt.comTo learn about the Marquette Trust & Investment Services visit
Good Earth Salon
Joins Chamber
IRON MOUNTAIN — The Good Earth Salon in downtown Iron Mountain recently became a member of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce.
The salon opened its doors in August 2013. Owner Kate Pearson, along with the help of her husband, Michael, and family renovated a his- toric brick building at 922 River Ave.
Pearson said she wanted to provide an earth-conscious, bright and wel- coming atmosphere at the site.
In five years, The Good Earth Salon has expanded to five stylists, a facial room, nail room and massage room.
“I’m continually amazed at the com- munities support and love,” Pearson said on the salon’s Facebook page.
The salon features Aveda beauty products, which are 96 percent natu- rally derived.
The Good Earth Salon also offers hair color, facials, manicures and pedi- cures. Pearson said her team special- izes in advanced color techniques such as balayage and ombre effects.
The staff prides themselves on advanced education, from weekly webinars to in-salon training.
Clickner Nominated
MARQUETTE- Amy Clickner, CEcD, Lake Superior Community Partnership CEO, has been nominat- ed to serve as chair of the Planning and Development Committee for the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) in 2019. This includes serving on the six person gov- erning committee for the 5,200-mem- ber organization that represents the largest network of economic develop- ment professionals in the world.
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