School Supply Drive for Ruthven Schools

The school supply drive is moving west! After nine years in our Corwith and Wesley offices, we’re expanding the drive to our Ruthven office.

Iowa State Bank is sponsoring a School Supply Drive for the 2013-2014 school year to benefit the Ruthven-Ayrshire Schools. The drive will give needy children necessary school supplies to start the school . . . → Read More: School Supply Drive for Ruthven Schools

9th Annual School Supply Drive for CWL Schools

It’s important to have the right tools to succeed in school, and that is why Iowa State Bank is sponsoring a School Supply Drive for the 2013-2014 school year to benefit the CWL Schools. The drive will give needy children necessary school supplies to start the school year off on the right foot. Iowa . . . → Read More: 9th Annual School Supply Drive for CWL Schools

Algona Bank Helps People Succeed for 85 Years

When it comes to banking, today’s consumer has a lot of choices. That wasn’t the case in 1928 when Iowa State Bank opened at 25 E. State Street in Algona. The first news of the opening of the Iowa State Bank in the local newspaper indicated that three banks had previously failed in Algona and for . . . → Read More: Algona Bank Helps People Succeed for 85 Years

Schutjer Leads Corwith & Wesley Offices

Iowa State Bank is pleased to announce that Brenda J. Schutjer will assume the daily management duties of the Corwith and Wesley offices. Schutjer will oversee the needs of customers in the Corwith and Wesley markets as Iowa State Bank continues to serve customers in the area.

“We’re pleased to serve the Corwith and Wesley communities. Community . . . → Read More: Schutjer Leads Corwith & Wesley Offices

Conlon Takes Reigns at Ruthven Office

Iowa State Bank is pleased to announce that Larry Conlon will assume the daily management duties of the Ruthven office beginning in January. Conlon will oversee the needs of customers in the Ruthven market as Iowa State Bank continues to serve customers in the area.

The bank recently remodeled its office in Ruthven. “We’re pleased to serve . . . → Read More: Conlon Takes Reigns at Ruthven Office

Sharing Tree Tradition Continues at Iowa State Bank

It’s a Christmas tradition in Ruthven. Iowa State Bank in Ruthven is putting up the Sharing Tree again and inviting area residents to make Christmas special through this gift program for residents at the Ruthven Community Care Center, Assisted Living Center and RCCC Villa.

Since 2003 the bank has displayed the Sharing Tree that features a . . . → Read More: Sharing Tree Tradition Continues at Iowa State Bank

Bank Adds Chief Credit Officer

Iowa State Bank of Algona is pleased to announce that Tom Van Overbeke has joined the bank as chief credit officer. Van Overbeke brings over thirty years of banking experience in the areas of lending, trust, retail and operations.

Tom has a long history of community banking experience ranging from Iowa banks in Carroll, Pocahontas and Webster . . . → Read More: Bank Adds Chief Credit Officer

Geelan Joins Bank

Matt Geelan has joined the Ruthven office of Iowa State Bank as a new lender for consumer lending including personal, auto and real estate loans. He is a Palo Alto County native, and has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Briar Cliff University. Matt was previously a teacher in Emmetsburg where he coached freshmen . . . → Read More: Geelan Joins Bank

Bank Welcomes New Ag Lenders

Iowa State Bank President Tom Larson welcomes Bobby Geesman and Levi Trauger as new agricultural lenders in Algona as the bank expands its lending staff to better serve farm customers.

Geesman hails from Alden, Minnesota, and recently graduated from South Dakota State University. He grew up on the family farm and has worked as a swine technician . . . → Read More: Bank Welcomes New Ag Lenders

Iowa State Bank Named Top Workplace

Iowa State Bank is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of Iowa’s Top Workplaces as announced in the Des Moines Sunday Register on Sunday, September 23, according to bank president Tom Larson. The bank ranked fifth in the state for small employers totaling between 35 and 149 employees.

The Top Workplaces are determined . . . → Read More: Iowa State Bank Named Top Workplace