1st Source Presents $5,000 to Swanson Center for new Bus Stop

Michigan City, IN – 1st Source Bank has donated $5,000 to the Swanson Center for a bus stop at its new facility in Michigan City. The donation will ensure that clients of the Swanson Center who use public transportation have easy access to the Center and a safe shelter while waiting at the bus stop.
Bob Ax, 1st Source Regional President, presented the donation to Matt Burden, Swanson Center Executive Director. Joining them were Dan Peck, Chief of Clinical Operations; Andy Nielsen, Chief Financial Officer; and Robert Boklund, QI/RM-HIM Director.
"We were thrilled that 1st Source would step up to the plate this way to support such a vital resource for our community," Burden said. "Having the bus stop at our new Swanson Center location was something we really wanted, and this type of generous community support from 1st Source helped make it a reality."
“1st Source Bank recognizes the quality services that the Swanson Center provides to people in LaPorte County and beyond and we’re pleased to make this contribution,” said Ax. “With an established bus stop at the facility, people will have a much easier time receiving the services they need.” 1st Source Corporation, parent company of 1st Source Bank, has assets of $4.83 billion and is the largest locally controlled financial institution headquartered in the northern Indiana-southwestern Michigan area. The Corporation includes 80 banking, 22 1st Source Bank Specialty Finance Group locations nationwide, eight Trust and Wealth Management locations and eight 1st Source Insurance offices. For more than 150 years, 1st Source has been committed to the success of the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.1stsource.com.
Photographed left to right: Dan Peck, Swanson Center Chief of Clinical Operations; Matt Burden, Swanson Center Executive Director; Bob Ax, 1st Source Regional President; Andy Nielsen, Swanson Center Chief Financial Officer and Robert Boklund, Swanson Center QI/RM-HIM Director

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