About Town and Country Bank
It started in 1962 when Town and Country Bank opened with one location and had $1.6 million in assets. Five years later, a businessman named Henry Kirschner was one of five local residents who purchased a substantial amount of stock in Town and Country Bank of Springfield – and he immediately took on the role as President. In just five years, Henry grew the company’s assets to more than $20 million and constructed a new facility on 1925 South MacArthur Boulevard. His primary goal was to make banking easy and accessible. It was a simple vision that would shape the company’s future and set Town and Country apart from other banks.
It was Town and Country who created Springfield’s first cash dispensers and introduced one of the first credit cards to the city. Saturday banking hours were established for busy families and a mortgage lending team was created to walk customers through the house-buying process. But most importantly, Henry and his team knew the key to long-term success was to keep the bank locally owned and operated. Company decisions should be made by those who live in the community and understand local needs. Employees deserve a family environment where talents can soar, and growth is encouraged. Bankers should know their clients on a personal level and believe in their goals and dreams… Continue reading about Town and Country Bank here.
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