the story of Dundee Bank
a long history
Since 1915, Security State Bank has been locally owned and operated — and focused on the needs of the people in Ansley, Nebraska. This simple — but increasingly rare — philosophy helped Security State Bank weather some of even the harshest banking challenges over the years including the great depression. Security State Bank was one of only 169 banks in Nebraska allowed to reopen with no restrictions after the required “Bank Holiday” in March of 1933. It was also the only bank in Ansley to survive. These business qualities are the foundation that were duplicated right here in Dundee in 2006.
local to the core
Like Security State Bank thought in Ansley, Dundee Bank believes in local ownership. Local control. Friendly, personal service. And a focus on the needs of the neighborhood and community. Here in Dundee and Blackstone we don’t want your money going outside of the community. Your money stays in the community with your local bank. This allows for loans, growth, and stability for you and your neighbors. We’re proud to support local at Dundee Bank.
So stop by anytime to say hello and grab an apple while you’re here. Why an apple? Our apples honor the original inhabitants of our building. The Buffett & Son grocery store served the neighborhood proudly for many years (and it’s where young Warren learned the value of a dollar). Our teller kiosks are on the side of the building where area neighbors would have picked up their fresh produce—including apples.
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