First Central State Bank has added a new team member with more than 15 years of banking experience.
Amanda Horst has joined the Clinton-North Second Street location as a Private Banker. She can assist customers with consumer lending and customer service in that role.
“I’m looking forward to using my many years of banking knowledge to continue taking care of customers and building relationships with new people along the way,” Horst said.
Horst brings several years of experience, along with a knowledge of multiple positions within banking. When she first started her banking career, she started as a teller, and has worked her way through lending and customer service.
First Central State Bank CEO and President Brigham Tubbs said Horst’s knowledge and desire to provide quality customer service will go hand-in-hand with the First Central culture.
“Amanda has a track record of taking great care of clients in the Clinton area,” Tubbs said. “We know she will continue to provide excellent care to everyone who visits our bank.”
First Central State Bank is a full-service financial institution with offices in DeWitt, LeClaire, Clinton, Goose Lake and Eldridge. First Central State Bank is a subsidiary bank of Ohnward Bancshares, Inc., a billion-dollar plus holding company with 18 financial offices in Eastern Iowa, also including Maquoketa State Bank with offices in Maquoketa, Andrew, and Preston; and Ohnward Bank & Trust with offices Cedar Rapids, Marion, Monticello, Cascade, Central City, and Baldwin. Trust services are offered through all banking offices under the Ohnward banner, which includes Ohnward Insurance Group, Central Realty, Ohnward Financial Advisor Services, Ohnward Farm Management, Ohnward Tax, Accounting and Business Services, Vosler Investment Group and Ohnward Wealth & Retirement.
Ohnward Bancshares, Inc., has assets of $1.5 Billion, capital of $150 Million and employs over 260 full and part time employees. Ohnward is locally owned by shareholders living primarily in Jackson, Clinton, Scott, Jones, and Linn Counties. Bank management’s focus continues to be helping clients and communities grow and prosper. The banks and ancillary businesses have a strong record of community and economic development, and educational and cultural support within the markets they serve.