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Kevin is actively involved in the Cedar Rapids community. He currently serves as vice chair of the Red Cross South and Eastern Iowa Chapter, and is a member and the past president of Cedar Rapids Area Estate Planning Council. He previously served on the board for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and is a past treasurer/board member for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) of Eastern Iowa.
Deb is active in the Cedar Rapids community. She is a board member for the Student Investment Advisory at Coe College, a trustee for Horizons, as well as a board member and serves on multiple committees for United Way. Deb is also the board treasurer (previously chair) for the Meth-Wick Community and board chair for Kirkwood Community College Alumni and Friends Council.
Prior to joining Cedar Rapids Bank & Trust, Rick most recently led the Trust Division and Wealth Management at Guaranty Bank & Trust (now CRBT). Rick graduated summa cum laude from Mount Mercy College (now Mount Mercy University) with a bachelor’s degree in science, and a juris doctorate degree with distinction from the University of Iowa College of Law.
Rick is actively involved in the community. He currently serves as a board member for Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program (WRAP) and endowment board member and directors staff for El Kahir Shrine. Rick also serves as a member of Cedar Rapids Estate Planning Council (past board member), United Way Resource Management Committee, Kirkwood Alumni Leadership Council, Society of Financial Service Professionals – Eastern Iowa Chapter (past president).
Sara is one of the original members that started the non-profit, Senior Guardian Project. She is past president of Aging Services and the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation, along with several other boards in the community. She enjoys delivering Meals on Wheels and participating in the United Way Day of Caring.
Mitchell enjoys participating in the lunch buddy program through Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Andrew is active in the community and has volunteered with Junior Achievement, Operation Read, and United Way Day of Caring.