The Way Banking Should Be
From businesses to farms to families, it’s the communities we’re a part of that make us who we are. That started at the very beginning and continues today.
In the late 1980s, the bank became a part of the Pinnacle Bank family when it was purchased by Sid Dinsdale. More than just a banker, he sees himself as a friend, neighbor and link in the community. The kind of person who does business with a handshake.
Although banking has changed a lot over the years, you’ll find our people today are still cut from the same cloth. Good people, running good banks, in good towns.
Although we make the latest conveniences available, like online and mobile banking, many of our customers still prefer to stop by one of our branches and talk to the bankers they know by name. We’re proud to be a part of our community, and consider customers our friends and neighbors.
We are now in eight states with more than 140 locations and over $9.3B in assets. And the third and fourth generations of Dinsdales are still actively involved, making sure each branch and each employee brings you banking The Way Banking Should Be.