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Our History

Clarence Hill and George Henry opened the doors to their new bank at 206 N. Franklin Street in Port Washington, Wisconsin on September 11, 1899 - less than a year after the Great Wisconsin Chair Factory Fire destroyed the town’s business district.

From our modest start we have grown to over 860 million dollars in funds and loan assets under active management and rank in the top 20% of similarly sized Wisconsin commercial banks. Today, each of our six full-service locations offers the services of a large bank with the personalized service you’ll only find at a fifth-generation owned community bank.

For more on our bank's current events, visit our scrapbook.