Alan Curtis retires after 38 years at LCBT
As the Vice President and Senior Lender at Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. (LCBT), Alan Curtis is well known throughout the community.
“Throughout his career, Alan has been the quintessential community banker, focused on building up the community around him,” said Bruce Cady, President and CEO. “We have been fortunate to have his expertise throughout the years. He will be missed.”
Curtis began his career with Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. in July of 1977 as an Agricultural Representative. He was appointed Assistant Cashier, then promoted to Loan Officer, Commercial Loan Officer, and most recently Vice President and Senior Lender in 2006. Alan played an important role in the success of the Commercial Loan Department at Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co.
“Throughout my career, Alan has been a shining example of company loyalty,” said Vice President and Senior Lender, Pete Batistoni, who is stepping into Curtis’ shoes. “I have never met someone more dedicated to their business and their customers.”
“Working with Alan for the past 10 years has been wonderful,” said Pat Travis, a Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. Credit Analyst. “We’ll all miss his welcoming smile here at LCBT. Everyone who has worked with him wishes him much happiness and good health in his retirement.”
“It’s been a pleasure working with Alan,” said Cherry Newlon, Loan Operations Officer at LCBT. “He’s a good friend and an excellent mentor. The one thing I will never forget about him is his laughter. Whoever said ‘there is no fun in banking’ has certainly not worked with Alan. We will definitely miss him.”
During his career, Curtis was a fixture in the community. He was an active member of the Family Literacy Center Board and the Economic Club of Lapeer. He was also a passionate supporter of 4-H programs.
“Both personally and professionally, Alan represents the best Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. has to offer,” said Joe Black, Chief Financial Officer at Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co.
In his retirement, Curtis plans to spend more time with his wife, children and grandchildren.