Cornerstone Bank Donates Land to Rural Ambulance
We value our role as neighbors and contributors. That is one of Cornerstone Bank’s company values, which was on full display recently as they donated three lots on Parshall’s Main Street for the new Parshall Rural Ambulance Building.
Liberty Township, in rural Parshall, is generously donating the funds to build the structure. Construction on the building is expected to start in the spring of 2024.
“The generosity of Liberty Township is remarkable,” stated Cornerstone Bank Chairman Gary Petersen. “The land donation was a very easy decision. Our rural communities need access to high quality emergency services.”
Rural Ambulance Services
The Parshall Rural Ambulance squad provides essential emergency services to 576 square miles including Parshall, Plaza, and the rural areas surrounding those communities.
Pictured: Cornerstone Bank representatives Kristin Jaeger (SVP Director of Marketing/Communications), Grant Wentz (SVP Market President), Gary Petersen (Chairman). Liberty Township representative Tom Schneider, Ambulance Resources LLC representative Ken Rensch, Liberty Township representative Dennis Keller, Parshall Rural Ambulance representatives Jamie Clemensen and Kenny Ruud.