Rushville State Bank opened its doors for business on January 4, 1890 at the same location (and in the same building) where we are located today. The Bank was originally known as the Bank of Schuyler County. Our name was changed to the Rushville State Bank in 1912.
The Rushville Times newspaper office was originally located where the Bank now stands until 1882, when the building was destroyed by fire. In 1889 Edwin Dyson, editor of The Times, began erection of a new two story building on the site of the old one. Before completion, the building and lot were sold to the Bank of Schuyler County for $2,500.00, and the Times was moved to the second floor rooms.
The Rushville State Bank Annex, located directly north of the main bank, was purchased from Jerry Thurman. This building was originally built in 1953 by Boehm & Sons, after a fire destroyed The Hotel Schuyler on February 6, 1945. The Annex presently houses the Rushville State Bank data processing department, and the Bank's Trust Department and Investment Center.
Rushville State Bank is proud to be the oldest financial institution serving Schuyler County. As an independent community bank, decisions about our policies and customers are made locally. Our directors, officers, and staff are active in the community. In addition, the Bank supports numerous civic and non-profit organizations through monetary contributions.
Richard G. Schenk, Director Emeritus
Gregg Roegge, Vice Chairman
Charles A. Burton, Chairman
Leslie E. Heffner
F. Donovan Boehm, Director Emeritus
Kelly Greene, Vice President & Cashier
Jennifer Billingsley, Asst. Vice President & New Accounts Representative
J.T. Thoenen, Asst. Vice President & Loan Officer
Sandy Ward, Asst. Vice President & Information Systems Manager
Denine Cox, Data Processing
Janet Hall, Financial Services Associate
Cynthia Henninger, Teller
Cindy Paisley, Loan Clerk
Judy Quillen, Premier Club Coordinator
Joni Thomas, Data Processing
Nancy Toland, Teller
Ellen Butler, Part-time Teller
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