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We are a locally owned community bank in Lawrence, KS committed to giving our customers the best service possible. At UNB, you can feel the difference when you walk in the door or talk to us on the phone. We remain true to our core purpose: to provide value-added banking services to the Lawrence community by sticking to what we know best and satisfying your financial needs in a fast, friendly and professional manner.


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2015 First Quarter Charity Announced!

January 2, 2015
GoRedForWomen
To kick of this new year of quarterly giving, The University National Bank has selected to support The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement. Often called the silent killer, Heart Disease is actually more deadly than all forms of cancer…combined. And, in 2003, research revealed a scary fact for women: it’s far and wide the number 1 killer of females. As a result, the American Heart Association launched Go Red for Women. Since the movement’s launch, fewer women are dying from disease. To be specific, 330 less women A DAY are succumbing to heart disease. More Americans recognize that this disease is the number one killer of women. Many women have also taken more ownership of their health and are exercising and doing routine checks for characteristics of the disease. For more information about the Go Red for Women movement, visit the cause’s webpage at http://www.goredforwomen.org. And be sure to wear red in support of the movement on National Go Red for Women day - Friday, February 6, 2015.

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Corbett Joins The University National Bank Board of Directors

Lawrence, Kansas - August 20, 2014 - The University National Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Kevin Corbett, President and CEO of the Kansas University Alumni Association, to its board of directors.

Corbett joined the KU Alumni Association in 2004. As President and CEO, Corbett oversees a staff of 43 and dedicates his time to strengthening communication and relationships with KU graduates, former students, parents and friends of the university.

“We are excited to have Kevin join the Board of The University National Bank,” said Bank President, Todd Sutherland. “His ties to the community will be invaluable to the bank and his record of achievement at the Alumni Association is unmatched. The Alumni Association has been revitalized under his leadership and is the envy of alumni groups nationwide.”

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The University National Bank Gets Soaked for ALS Awareness

Lawrence, Kansas - August 15, 2014 - The team at The University National Bank took an unconventional cold shower on Friday morning to raise awareness for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Accepting the #IceBucketChalleng, the viral campaign that has swept the nation, employees at UNB stood under a skid loader of ice-cold water. After officially accepting the #IceBucketChallenge, and further extending the challenge on to other Lawrence businesses, the ice water unloaded in a waterfall on to the employees. The University National Bank dedicated the challenge to longtime-friend and Lawrence businessman, Hiram Salvini, who lost his battle with ALS earlier this year.

Since its inception just a month ago, the #IceBucketChallenge has boosted awareness and donations for the ALS Association. According to www.alsa.org, in a year-to-year comparison, donations have risen from $1.4 million to $7.6 million. ALS Association has seen an increase of 145,198 in donors.

ALS is a neurodegenerative disease and affects the brain and the spinal cord. As neuros degenerate and die off, patients of ALS lose their ability to move and speak, and the disease eventually leads to total paralysis and death. The average life expectancy for a patient of ALS is two to five years. Currently, there is only one FDA-approved drug for treatment.

For more information on the #IceBucketChallenge or to learn how you can donate to the ALS Association, visit www.alsa.org.

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