Kearney Completes Tri-City Operations

Heritage Bank wanted to be the first independently owned bank to be in all three cities: Grand Island, Hastings and Kearney. Many of the bank’s business clients had operations in all three communities, so providing convenient banking solutions with one bank in all those communities just made sense. We applied for a new branch charter and opened in the former Wells Fargo Drive-in bank facility in downtown Kearney in September 2002. We soon began looking for possible new building sites in central or north Kearney. By January 2005 we had purchased the Curtis Building and remodeled the west end of the building to suit our needs. The remainder of the building has been developed as a condominium project. The east end is owned by Contryman & Associates. The north side has recently been remodeled and leased to the State of Nebraska. Rodney M. Peters serves as President of Heritage Bank Kearney. Heritage Group feels confident that the Kearney market holds excellent future growth opportunities.

The Heritage Story
Then and Now
Chick Moyer: The Early Years
Chick’s War Years
Chick Moyer: College & First Career
Wood River: The Value of Friendship
From Steel Country to Corn Country
Building the Team in Wood River
The Stromsburg Opportunity
Opportunity in Aurora
Heading North to Neligh
Growing into Grand Island
Three Became One
City National Bank in Hastings
Kearney Completes Tri-City Operations
Acquisition of Sherman County and Howard County Bank
Heading Northwest into the Sandhills
Peoples-Webster County Bank Acquisition
Leading the Company Forward
$100 Million Reasons to Invest with Heritage Bank
Technology’s Influence on the Industry
More Than Just a Bank
“The Best is Yet to Come”

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