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Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank celebrates milestone 100 years

Community focus, dedication to customers contribute to longevity, despite federal regulations, experts say

11:57 PM, Feb. 13, 2013
Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank President Robb Sigler, center, accepts a certificate and proclamation in honor of the bank's centennial from Rose Oswald Poels, president and CEO of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, and Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions Secretary Peter Bildsten during an event Friday at the bank.
Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank President Robb Sigler, center, accepts a certificate and proclamation in honor of the bank's centennial from Rose Oswald Poels, president and CEO of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, and Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions Secretary Peter Bildsten during an event Friday at the bank.
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Despite many changes during its 100 years, one aspect of Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank has stayed the same - its focus on serving the community.

It is that focus that has led to the bank's success and to other community financial institutions in south Wood County for the past century, President Robb Sigler said.

"The community bank has an incentive to work with the customer longer and to work through troubled waters," Sigler said. ...

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