Bank First National plans new Plymouth office



Bank First, the subsidiary of Bank First National Corporation, has announced plans to construct a new office in Plymouth. Currently located at 2323 Eastern Ave., Bank First established itself in the Plymouth community when it acquired the former Dairy State Bank in 1999. “The support from the Plymouth community over the years has allowed Bank First to grow and develop meaningful relationships with local families and businesses. The construction of a new branch is our way of reinvesting into what Dairy State Bank started and continuing its legacy of providing high-quality community banking,” stated Todd K. Neils, Plymouth market president. Pending municipal and regulatory approvals, Bank First will construct a new office on the combined parcels located at 2702 and 2708 Eastern Ave. between the Kettle Moraine Veterinary Clinic and former Aurora Clinic. The new 6,979 square foot office will emulate the contemporary design and efficient use of space similar to other recently-constructed Bank First offices in Sheboygan, Two Rivers, and Appleton. Led by Neils, the Plymouth office has experienced sizable growth in recent years. Total loans grew from $70.2 million to $80.3 million, or 14.3 percent from fiscal year 2014 to 2015. Total deposits increased from $173.1 million to $187.4 million, or 8.3 percent from fiscal year 2014 to 2015. “By focusing on our key tenants of building one relationship at a time and delivering great value to our customers, our talented team in Plymouth has contributed to the bank’s growth since entering the market in 1999. The new office will allow our team to continue providing exceptional service in a more efficient, customer friendly environment, “stated Michael B. Molepske, at Bank First. The Kubala Washatko Architects will be assisting in the design and planning process, and Miller Engineers & Scientists will be aiding in the geotechnical and site plan engineering. Construction of the new office is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2017 and is expected to be open by January 2018. Submitted photo Bank First, the subsidiary of Bank First National Corporation, has announced plans to construct a new office in Plymouth. Currently located at 2323 Eastern Ave., Bank First established itself in the Plymouth community when it acquired the former Dairy State Bank in 1999. “The support from the Plymouth community over the years has allowed Bank First to grow and develop meaningful relationships with local families and businesses. The construction of a new branch is our way of reinvesting into what Dairy State Bank started and continuing its legacy of providing high-quality community banking,” stated Todd K. Neils, Plymouth market president. Pending municipal and regulatory approvals, Bank First will construct a new office on the combined parcels located at 2702 and 2708 Eastern Ave. between the Kettle Moraine Veterinary Clinic and former Aurora Clinic. The new 6,979 square foot office will emulate the contemporary design and efficient use of space similar to other recently-constructed Bank First offices in Sheboygan, Two Rivers, and Appleton. Led by Neils, the Plymouth office has experienced sizable growth in recent years. Total loans grew from $70.2 million to $80.3 million, or 14.3 percent from fiscal year 2014 to 2015. Total deposits increased from $173.1 million to $187.4 million, or 8.3 percent from fiscal year 2014 to 2015. “By focusing on our key tenants of building one relationship at a time and delivering great value to our customers, our talented team in Plymouth has contributed to the bank’s growth since entering the market in 1999. The new office will allow our team to continue providing exceptional service in a more efficient, customer friendly environment, “stated Michael B. Molepske, at Bank First. The Kubala Washatko Architects will be assisting in the design and planning process, and Miller Engineers & Scientists will be aiding in the geotechnical and site plan engineering. Construction of the new office is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2017 and is expected to be open by January 2018. Submitted photo

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