City National Bank in Hastings

The City National Bank received its charter and opened for business January 22, 1934. In November 1973, the bank was purchased by a group of individuals who were also shareholders of the National Bank of Commerce in Lincoln. The stock was later sold to First Commerce Bancshares Inc. Early in 2000, the Stuart family announced the merger of First Commerce Bancshares with Wells Fargo. Federal anti-trust guidelines required divestiture of City National Bank, as well as a branch bank in Lincoln for the merger to occur. Heritage Group was the successful bidder on City National Bank of Hastings, and took ownership July 14, 2000. It was merged into Heritage Bank in 2003.

Our Hastings branch is proud to have an outstanding local management team, comprised of officers with many years experience with this same company.  Heritage Bank Hastings is currently led by President Robert Herbek and Vice President Dan Anderson.  Both are Relationship Managers, as is Cam Moyer and Dale Arrants.  The loan team is rounded out by Dawn Baldwin, who serves as the bank’s Loan Administrator.  The operations-side of the bank is led by Connie Valentine and April Hicks.  In December 2015, the Heritage Insurance team relocated to Hastings.  Rick Klamm, Kristy Schleeman, Felicia Buechle, Tiffany Leonard and Dannielle Dittmer serve Heritage Insurance clients in each one of our communities.

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”