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How We Help Our Communities

Casey State Bank’s Commitment to Community Casey State Bank was founded in 1880 as The Bank of Casey, by C.Fuqua, and Sons, Bankers. Over the years it changed hands several times until it was purchased in 1968 by S.W. “Stan” Grotenhuis and given the name “Casey State Bank.” We are proud of our rich history […]

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Protect Yourself From an Advance Fee Scheme

What They Are and How to Avoid Them One in ten people fall victim to scams or frauds each year, and about 50% of those contacted by a scammer engage with them. When it comes to being approached by scammers on social media, the number is even higher (91% engagement rate and 53% who lost […]

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How to Avoid Debit Card Fraud

Debit card fraud is so common that, according to Self.inc, it accounts for 41% of the cases of identity theft in the US. The average loss to victims was $780 – an amount many people can’t afford to lose. Most people don’t even know what to watch out for to avoid debit card fraud, and […]

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The Winners of the Casey State Bank Scholarship

Here at Casey State Bank, we place a high value on education. Stan and Bernice (Ber) Grotenhuis, who bought the bank in the 1960s, were the kind of parents who didn’t ask whether their kids wanted to attend college, but rather where they wanted to attend. To honor their memory, Stan and Ber’s family (their […]

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What We Accomplished in Community Banking Month

You may not be aware of this, but April is Community Banking Month. Community banks everywhere use this month as a way to give back to their communities and to show appreciation to their loyal customers. This is an important tradition for our community bank because we want you to know just how important you […]

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