ABOUT US

Kentland Bank has come a long way from its beginnings during the Great Depression.  Substantial local funds were lost in the demise of Newton County State Bank in 1931 and left Kentland without a financial institution.  Undaunted, Glen C. Tolin and Edgar Teague pooled their resources, put their faith in the abiding prosperity of Kentland, and opened Kentland Bank for business in the fall of 1932.  

Their legacy of commitment to the community they served continued through to their successors who steered our growth from one bank in Kentland to where we are today, three branches in Newton County, one branch in Jasper County and one in Tippecanoe County.  We are thrilled to be a part of those communities and love giving back to them when we can, whether it’s by financing loans to help jump start a new business, giving donations to local charities and fundraisers, or by having our employees volunteer to help out at events.

At Kentland Bank, we’re dedicated to providing you with the very best products and services that will help you with your everyday financial needs.  With a focus on great customer service, we want you to leave the bank happier than when you came in.

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