Recent News at Calumet

Recent News

Calumet Bank Names Tracy Van Norman as First Vice President

Calumet Bank is proud to announce that Tracy Van Norman has joined its senior management team in Columbus as First Vice President. Mr. Van Norman will be responsible for managing client relationships and new business for the Bank’s growing commercial lending division. “I look forward to working closely with Regional President Mike Mann and the […]


Calumet Bank Voted Best Bank in LaGrange!

Calumet Bank was voted as Reader’s Choice Best Bank in LaGrange for 5 years in a row! Thank you, LaGrange, for your continued support!


Congratulations to Lynne Holle!

Calumet Bank would like to congratulate Lynne Holle on being voted Reader’s Choice Best Bank Teller in LaGrange for 5 years in a row! Thank you, LaGrange, for your continued support.


Calumet Bank’s ‘The Word Nerds’ Were The Spelling Bee Winners At The 19th Annual Adult Spelling Bee

LaGRANGE – The Troup County Certified Literate Community Program (CLCP) held its 19th annual Adult Spelling Bee Monday night at the Callaway Conference Center. The Certified Literate Community Program is known to promote community-wide literacy and enhance the quality of literacy in accordance to the guidelines of the State of Georgia. The CLCP encourages reading […]


Calumet Bank Names Mike Phillips As New Chief Strategy Officer

Calumet Bank is proud to announce that Mike Phillips has joined its leadership team in the role of Chief Strategy Officer. In this newly created position, Mike will work with Calumet’s management team to accelerate the design and execution of the bank’s strategic growth and efficiency goals. Through this position, he will also offer direct support to the finance, accounting, human resources and risk management teams.


Life is better at Calumet.

Our employees aim to make experiences with us like none other – from our trademark “Hello” when you walk through the door, to quick and helpful banking transactions.

Since we are locally-owned, we have the latitude to make our own banking decisions in-house. These decisions come easy because we get to know you, your family, and your business.

We don’t measure success by the number of offices we have, we measure success by the number of happy and prosperous customers we serve. Every day, these personal connections, knowledge of the local business environment and nimble speed all benefit our clients and the people they serve.