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Eva Scurlock of Level One Bank honored as one of Crain’s Detroit Business’ ‘40 Under 40’

Crain’s Detroit Business has distinguished Level One Bank Senior Vice President, Senior Credit Officer Eva Scurlock as one of its “40 Under 40” honorees for 2013.

Among more than 300 nominees, Scurlock was chosen as one of the community’s highest business achievers. Scurlock’s accomplishments have included establishing Level One’s credit operation from its 2007 launch through today. In addition, she was the first African American female executive promoted to the Bank’s executive leadership team.

Today, Level One has more than $500 million in assets, seven banking centers and employs more than 130 professionals.

Scurlock will be recognized with her fellow honorees on Wednesday, November 6 at Emagine in Royal Oak.

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Scurlock is a graduate of Michigan State University. She resides in Warren.

About Level One Bank

Level One Bank is a full-service, 5-Star BauerFinancial rated commercial and consumer bank committed to connecting with unparalleled service and delivering outstanding financial solutions. Owned and managed locally, Level One Bank is headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan with assets of approximately $500 million. It currently operates seven full-service banking centers, located throughout Oakland County and the surrounding communities. Level One’s Commercial Division provides a complete menu of products including lines of credit, term loans, commercial mortgages, SBA loans, Export-Import Financing and a full suite of Treasury Management services. The Consumer Division offers personal savings and checking accounts, including free checking and competitive interest-bearing accounts such as Money Markets, IRAs, and CDs. The bank also provides a complete array of consumer loan products including residential mortgages, home equity, auto, and credit card services. Level One offers the sophistication of a big bank, the heart of a community bank, and the spirit of an entrepreneur. For more information, please visit