“The Best is Yet to Come”

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of all of our officers and employees since 1952, the company has grown from a single seed planted in Wood River to branches in thirteen Nebraska communities. Today we have assets in excess of $500 million, and the holding company has over $50 million in capital backing the bank, with no debt. We’re continually expanding the breadth of services we offer throughout our markets to include insurance and realty services. Bill Luehr, a 35-year team member in Wood River, stated, “What Chick started back in the 1950’s has grown into a company with unparalleled strength and expertise in our field. Despite our growth, we’re even more committed today to each of our customers as financial partners and friends.”

Heritage Bank is pleased to employ roughly 180 of the finest bankers in Nebraska, supporting local economies with these quality jobs. We continually give generously to the communities we serve. The Moyer family is proud of their half-century commitment to their customers and to the markets they serve. In addition to the Moyer family, the Heritage Group is comprised of many other bank officers who are also shareholders. They are therefore committed to continuing to provide top quality products and personalized service to their valued customers for many years to come. According to Rodney Peters, Co-Director of Sales, “It’s all about adding value for our customers so that we have the opportunity to grow together.”

Chick and Donna have enjoyed the many good friendships they’ve made in the past 50+ years in central Nebraska. Heritage Bank invites everyone to stop into any of our offices and meet our staff. Chick stated “We’re proud of our people and our facilities, and we look forward to serving the banking needs of consumers, businesses and Ag producers in Nebraska for many years to come.” As for the future of the Heritage Group, Chick added “Our family’s reputation for operating safe and sound banks in Nebraska opens many doors for us. I feel very sincerely that the best is yet to come!”


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”