Roger Westerling can often be found at the Truman Company’s Roseville office accompanied by his rescue dog Sonny. Sonny is a faithful companion and a friendly dog — so friendly that some of Westerling’s customers stop by just to see the dog!
For Roger Westerling, owner of the Truman Company, rare coins are a life-long passion, and a daily inspiration.
Marc Cove, Krista Kook and Dave Faust are three of the leaders at Platinum Bank in Oakdale, where they aim to “provide the means to a dream” for their clients, primarily small businesses, though they’re no strangers to major accounts as well.
When a customer enters Platinum Bank in Oakdale, a teller welcomes her and offers fresh tea, coffee or root beer — pulled straight out of a keg.
OACC board members. Back row, left to right: Jack Burke, Stacie Penn, Marc Cove, Jason Foutz, Ted Lillie, Holly Koep, Tony Schwartz, Rick Timm
Front row, left to right: Bill Burns, Amy Brown, Angie Propp, Jodi Christensen,
Larry Eberhard, Tami Bauer, Ben Smetana,
Not pictured: Dick Fischer, John Larson, Caleb Brunz, Dan Peterson, Daniel Rude,
At a time when cities and residents face numerous challenges, every helping hand makes a difference. The good news for Oakdale is that the Oakdale Area Chamber of Commerce — formerly known as the Oakdale Business and Professional Association — is planning another active year in 2015.
The Tales Behind the Sales - 2014 Progress. A publication promoting area businesses in Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood and North St. Paul, MN and surrounding communities. This edition features HOMESTEAD AT MAPLEWOOD, LAKE ELMO BANK, OAKDALE OPTICAL, OAKDALE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION, PLATINUM BANK, ROSSBACH CONSTRUCTION. A supplement to the Ramsey County - Maplewood Review. A Lillie Suburban Newspapers publication.
Lake Elmo Bank offers a wide array of services at its three locations in the east metro area. Pictured here are Vice President-Commercial Lending Officer Thomas Swedenburg , Office Manager Jodi Christensen and Personal Banking Officer Leah Mackie at the Oakdale office.
Lake Elmo Bank has been supporting its local communities for more than a century, and its quality services shine brighter than ever with new ways to stay connected.
OBPA board members. Back row, left to right: Ben Smetana, John Larson, Craig Waldron, Stacie Penn, Tony Schwartz, Caleb Brunz, Dan Peterson, Daniel Rude, Holly Koep, Marc Cove. Front row, left to right: Todd Rudeen, Bill Burns, Frank Orsello, Rick Timm, Larry Eberhard, Jodi Christensen, Angie Propp, Amy Brown. Not pictured: Ted Lillie, Dick Fischer.
At a time when cities and residents face numerous challenges, every helping hand makes a difference. The good news for Oakdale is that the Oakdale Business and Professional Association, with its members and nearly three decades supporting the community, is planning another active year in 2014.
Marc Cove, Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of Platinum Bank; Krista Kook, Relationship Manager; and Andy Naughton, Credit Administration Manager welcome commercial and personal customers to discover the Platinum difference.
Well, there are the usual markers: growth, profitability and stability in an ever-changing business climate.
But Platinum Bank’s successes are more tangible than spreadsheets. Their loans and deposits are visible in new businesses, revamped buildings, needed services and expanded employment all over the metro area.
Oakdale Optical now offers a more comfortable, spacious setting for patients to receive exams or browse for eyewear.
“The eye itself can tell you so much about a person’s overall health system,” explains Dr. Trent Cole of Oakdale Optical Center. “Your vision affects everything.”
Cole, who purchased the practice seven years ago, is continuing Oakdale Optical Center’s 21-year tradition of serving the community.
In addition to offering a full range of optical services and high quality eyewear as well as treating standard eye conditions, the center specializes in treating eye movement disorders — frequently getting referrals from Children’s Hospitals and Clinics.