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Wells Fargo team members receive awards

Posted: Friday, April 4, 2014

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. wants to help their customers and communities succeed over the long term. As part of helping customers succeed financially, the company vision means supporting neighborhoods and communities and all their varied priorities.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. team members attended the Huntington County Habitat for Humanity “Habopoly” Gala as an event sponsor on March 1. During the event Monique Dennis, store manager at the Huntington office, accepted a volunteer service award for Wells Fargo Bank’s partnership in 2013. Michelle L. Crone received the servant leadership award for her work with Huntington County Habitat for Humanity.

According to Wells Fargo its team members focus on issues that closely align with the needs of their stakeholders and communities. They believe the combination of skills, knowledge and capabilities allows them to make great progress in the areas of homeownership, environmental stewardship, community investment, product and service responsibility, ethical business practices and team member engagement. Together, Wells Fargo team members in Fort Wayne and Huntington have raised $101,841 for the Huntington Habitat affiliate.

Shown in the photo at The Habitat for Humanity “Habopoly” Gala  are Jean Wright, executive director, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity; Monique Dennis, store manager, Wells Fargo Bank, Huntington; Michelle L. Crone, business banking administrative manager, Rosa Wheeler, community development officer, Debra Lockhart, business banking administrative manager, all of Wells Fargo; Steve Kimmel, executive director, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce and back row, Dawn Jackson, retail banking administrative assistant.