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First Bank, Upper Michigan
906-786-3335
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Welcome to First Bank, Upper Michigan
Investment Management Group

As part of a community bank, we have a vested interest in the success of our community.  By providing exceptional personal service, we build a strong, trusting relationship that people seek.  Our clients are more than just clients; they are also friends and neighbors.  Which is why we are proud to say that we are "Built on Trust".
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