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Boscobel, WI (April 25, 2023) – Retail and Business Development leaders at Community First Bank have sprung into action to offer financial relief to the residents in Grant and Crawford counties. In response to the recent record flood stage of the Mississippi River and the ensuing devastation experienced, a low interest Flood Relief Loan Program is being made available immediately.
Boscobel, WI (March 22, 2023) – Dan Klahn is pleased to announce that Kevin Raisbeck, EVP/Chief Lending and Business Development Officer, has been elected to the Community First Bank Board of Directors. Kevin is replacing Gary Wegner who is retiring after 17 years of dedicated service.
Dan Klan, Community First Bank's president and CEO shares some thoughts regarding recent bank closures and the differences between these failures and CFB and our local banking focus.
CFB - Muscoda branch renovations will start this coming Monday, September 26th. Work will be done in phases, ensuring customers can still conduct their banking at the branch.
Community First Bank is continuously looking for ways to enhance our customer experience! As part of our initiative to offer our customers innovative solutions, we will be updating our core data processing software the weekend of June 17, 2022.
Community First Bank (CFB) is pleased to announce Mark Fillback, owner and operator of Fillback Family of Dealerships, was elected to Community First Bank’s Board of Directors at the March 2022 annual meeting. CFB President and CEO Dan Klahn said, “We are very pleased to have Mark join our Board of Directors. Mark is an astute business person who has locations in three of our existing branch markets.Mark’s business skills, market knowledge, and Bank Board experience will be a tremendous asset to our organization. We are fortunate to have him join our Board.”
Calling all photographers! Community First Bank is looking for photos from across our service area to feature in our 2022 calendar.
The storms that came through our area recently took a toll on our friends, neighbors, and communities, and we are here to help. If you or someone you know were impacted by the tornado or related storm, please reach out to us. We have opened up our disaster relief loan program to help with expenses not covered by insurance.