Mike Hannley recognized by Rotary for Business to Business Ethics
Last month, Rotary Club of Tucson Sunrise surprised our president, Mike Hannley, by presenting him with their Business to Business Ethics award. Mike was in good company, because the other community leader honored by the club that morning was Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor.
Being a bank that is an asset to the local business community, not just a convenience or a necessity, has driven Mike to consistently improve services and seek out top banking professionals to work at Bank of Tucson. Mike and his team’s commitment to excellence continues to yield dividends, including earlier this year when a public vote landed Bank of Tucson in the top three Arizona banks in a survey conducted by AZ Big Media. (Thank you to everyone who voted.)
Mike launched Bank of Tucson in 1996 and merged the bank with Grandpoint in June 2013. Bank of Tucson operates two offices in Tucson, Arizona. Before leading Bank of Tucson, Mike held leadership roles with National Bank of Arizona and Home Federal/Great American Savings.
Mike’s business – and even life – philosophy is one of listening and learning. Advice seekers of all ages reach out to Mike, from seasoned professionals who want to discuss future business plans to young graduates seeking basic financial advice and guidance. To hear Mike tell it, each encounter is mutually beneficial. He enjoys getting to know people, their life lessons and what makes them “tick” and then sharing his experience to help them on their financial path to success.
Mike is very active in the Tucson community, where he is a life member of Tucson Conquistadores and St. Mary’s Hospital Centurions. Additionally, he serves as a member of the Board of Advisors of Carondelet Neurological Institute; the Business Advisory Board of Angel Charity for Children; the Director/Treasurer of the Tucson Airport Authority; and the Director/Treasurer of the Reid Park Zoological Society. Mike also serves on several advisory boards at the University of Arizona and as a director of the YMCA Youth Foundation and the Western Independent Bankers.
Clearly, Mike has a full plate, but as the saying goes, if you need something done, give it to a busy person. Fortunately, Mike finds great reward in helping the people and businesses of the Tucson community.
We stand with the Rotary Club of Tucson in saluting Mike for his business ethics as well as his community service.
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