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CenterState Bank Makes 3-Year Donation

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CenterState Bank Makes 3-Year Donation Commitment to OCHS

CenterState Bank has made a 3-year $50,000 donation commitment to Osceola Community Health Services (OCHS). OCHS has been serving the Osceola County Community since 2005, as a Federally Qualified Health Center, providing comprehensive health care to all citizens regardless of their ability to pay. They provide health care to all ages and offer services including: primary care, dental, OB/maternity, optometry, mental health and other services. CenterState supports quality healthcare for all citizens and is committed to assisting OCHS not only financially, but through leadership support. Chris Cucci, SVP Commercial Relationship Manager, has recently been elected to the OCHS Board of Directors and will assist them in accomplishing their mission of quality healthcare, including prevention, for all citizens in Osceola County, regardless of ability to pay. For more information on Osceola Community Health Services, visit their website at https://www.osceolahealthcare.org/.

CenterState Bank is a Florida based community bank and one of Florida’s largest publicly traded banks providing online banking, commercial lending, residential mortgages and investment services. CenterState has a history of quality service and community focus. Our core values at CenterState focus on themes of sustainability, a long-term horizon and the career development of our team. We believe that local ownership and local management translate into a better bank. For more information on CenterState Bank, please visit, www.CenterStateBank.com. 

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