First Central State Bank CEO Brigham Tubbs has announced a promotion.
Laura Howard recently earned a promotion, moving her to Assistant Vice President. She is located at First Central State Bank’s Clinton – North Second Street location.
Howard, who has been with First Central State Bank since 2005, is the Branch Manager at the North Second Street location.
“Laura has been a great representative of First Central State Bank during her more than 15 years with our financial institution,” Tubbs said. “We’re proud to recognize her with this promotion.”
Howard has worked several positions during her banking career, and in addition to being the branch manager, operates as a Customer Service Representative in Clinton.
“I am thankful for all the opportunities First Central State Bank has presented to me in my career,” Howard said. “This is truly a family atmosphere and I look forward to continuing to be a part of this team in the future.”
First Central State Bank is an eastern Iowa financial institution, with locations in Clinton, DeWitt, Eldridge, LeClaire and Goose Lake.
Ohnward Bancshares, Inc., a billion-dollar plus holding company with 18 financial offices in Eastern Iowa including Maquoketa State Bank with offices in Maquoketa, Andrew, and Preston; Ohnward Bank & Trust with offices in Baldwin, Cascade, Monticello, Marion, Central City and Cedar Rapids; First Central State Bank with offices in DeWitt, LeClaire, Clinton, Goose Lake and Eldridge. Trust services are offered through all banking offices under the Ohnward banner, which includes Ohnward Insurance Group, Central Realty, Ohnward Financial Advisor Services, Ohnward Farm Management, Ohnward Tax, Accounting and Business Services, Vosler Investment Group and Ohnward Wealth & Retirement.
Ohnward Bancshares, Inc., has assets of $1.1 Billion, capital of $150 Million and employs over 260 full and part time employees. Ohnward is locally owned by shareholders living primarily in Jackson, Clinton, Scott, Jones, and Linn Counties. Bank management’s focus continues to be helping clients and communities grow and prosper. The banks and ancillary businesses have a strong record of community and economic development, and educational and cultural support within the markets they serve.