Cornhusker Bank Expresses Gratitude
Cornhusker Bank (www.CornhuskerBank.com), like most individuals this time of year, is thinking about what they are grateful for. Three of Cornhusker Bank’s stated values are exhibited in their thoughts of gratitude to their customers, associates, and the community at large. Those three values are: 1) doing life together, 2) building positive relationships, and 3) caring deeply.
Cornhusker Bank has recently posted blog articles on its website regarding a few of the businesses it is grateful to share common values with and has had the opportunity to be able to build positive relationships with while helping them reach their financial goals.
Doing Life Together—Getting to know people on a personal level helps deepen relationships and understanding of what a person or business really needs. That is one of the reasons that Cornhusker Bank develops financial roadmaps with customers. Complete Hearing’s Dr. Meghanne Wetta and Dr. Sandra Miller compare that philosophy with the relationships they maintain with their patients by providing them the information and compassion to help them live strong lives through better hearing. As their practice has grown, they have incorporated not just traditional checking accounts, but also products like ACH, bill pay, business deposits, and online services. They also enjoy partnering annually with Cornhusker Bank each spring for One Day Without Shoes benefitting the People’s City Mission.
Building Positive Relationships—The relationship between Cornhusker Bank and Burgher Family Dentistry is a natural one. Both businesses feel a strong commitment to helping their customers realize a better life. Luke Burgher, DDS and Molly Burgher, office manager are committed to keeping up to date with the most current technologies and techniques to provide the most thorough and optimal treatment and oral health. The Burghers noted that working with Cornhusker Bank Relationship Manager Matt Biggs positions them in a better place financially than they would have been in without the help.
Caring Deeply—Akira Coffee Co Founder and CEO David Sievers recently closed on a line of credit with Cornhusker Bank to purchase inventory and noted one of the things that was important to him in choosing the bank was the fact it was a locally-owned community bank. Akira Coffee Co partners with social media influencers to build their very own coffee brands and reported Cornhusker Bank’s staff is very easy to communicate with. Mr. Sievers and his staff are based locally, giving him the opportunity to work in an area he cares about and do a little more good in the world. Pictured on the cover of this issue are John F. Dittman, Chairman of Cornhusker Bank; David Sievers; and David Shiffermiller, EVP/Lending, Cornhusker Bank.
Barry Lockard, President/CEO of Cornhusker Bank commented, “Cornhusker Bank’s motto is Committed to your Success. Cornhusker Bank takes our responsibility to give back to the community very seriously, and we know that it is only through our entire community’s success that the bank is truly successful. We are extremely grateful to live in a community that shares common values and to be able to provide services that enhance our customers’ lives, as well as the community at large.”
Cornhusker Bank remains the area’s oldest locally-owned bank, demonstrating Nebraska values, stability, soundness, and investing in the success of customers, associates, and community. For more information, please visit www.CornhuskerBank.com.