Embedded in Luxemburg and the surrounding communities since 1903, Bank of Luxemburg is proud to celebrate its 120th anniversary this year.
What started as a single rural exchange bank in downtown Luxemburg has since grown to serve nine communities throughout northeast Wisconsin, with locations in Luxemburg, Casco, Algoma, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, Fish Creek, Dyckesville, Bellevue, and Howard.
As one of the only truly local community banks in the area, Bank of Luxemburg provides a unique way to bank while keeping customers’ dollars local and invested in the community. In the past 10 years alone, Bank of Luxemburg has awarded over $385,000 in student scholarships and donated over $130,000 to local organizations and schools. Bank employees have also volunteered nearly 9,000 hours at local food pantries, churches, Lions Club events, and much more.
Bank of Luxemburg President Tim Treml shared, “Over the course of our 120-year history, Bank of Luxemburg has remained successful thanks to our employees’ ongoing commitment to our mission: to have a positive impact on people’s lives.”
Bank of Luxemburg continues to live its mission by providing resources such as interactive ATMs (ITMs), digital banking services, and mobile banking services that come with Credit Insights, a free credit monitoring tool available to all customers.
“We’ve helped countless customers navigate their new beginnings, from buying a home or car to preparing for college tuition or retirement,” Treml said. “We look forward to continuing that legacy for the next 120 years and beyond.”