Terrance Augustine was recently named chief credit officer at Capitol National Bank. He joined the Bank in Lansing as vice president of credit administration in 2016. Terrance came to Capitol National Bank with over 14 years of well-rounded community banking experience. Prior to joining Capitol National, he served as vice president of lending at Union Bank after many years working in commercial lending and underwriting. He completed his graduate banking degree from the Graduate Banking School of Wisconsin in 2017.
Terrance grew up in the Lansing area graduating from Maple Valley High School and received a bachelor’s degree in business administration (minoring in finance/economics and marketing) from Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, MI. Terrance is very active in the community as a member of the Grand Ledge Rotary Club and serves on the Grand Ledge Downtown Development Authority, Tri County Regional Recycling Committee, Eaton County Parks Board and is currently serving his third term as an Eaton County Commissioner. He, his wife Beth and their children live in and own a bakery in Grand Ledge.