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Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Miller, President of Miller Motor Sales, Inc., to the Community State Bank Board of Directors.

​Rebeca Romero Rainey is the President and CEO of ICBA (Independent Community Banks of America). In her recent blog, Main Street Matters, she shares with us the importance of community banking …

Community State Bank, a $465 million locally owned and operated community bank headquartered in Union Grove, recently converted their Burlington location to solar energy. Over 60 solar panels were …

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Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce the opening of their Kenosha office located at 8304 75th Street (Hwy 50).

Community State Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of five employees: Steve Donovan, Jackie Kolbeck, Mandi Maas, Kris Mertins-Elliott and Katie Stolp.

Community State Bank (CSB) recently completed their second-annual employee-driven donation campaign, known as #Gift2Giving.

Community State Bank (CSB) will be closed for Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Community State Bank (CSB) was recently named one of the top extraordinary banks in the United States by The Institute for Extraordinary Banking™.

Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce its newest location in Kenosha, located at 8304 75th Street (Hwy 50).

Frank Lamping was named the first recipient of The Frank Lamping Community Service Award Presented by Community State Bank.

Community State Bank (CSB) recently donated new podcast equipment to support United Way’s LIFT community school initiative at Knapp Elementary School.

CSB is pleased to announce it has teamed up with the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center to help business owners and entrepreneurs in SE Wisconsin.

CSB recently presented a donation to Focus on Community to support and expand the program’s impact within the Union Grove community and at its high school.

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