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Lawrenceville employees dressed up as pirates for the Lawrenceville Trunk or Treat 2019


The Lawrenceville Branch participated in the Trunk or Treat on the square in Lawrenceville. McKenzie Wolfe, Loan Officer, was in charge of the pirate-themed “trunk.” With the help of Brad Wolfe, President/CEO, they constructed a pirate ship scene in the bed of Brad’s truck. Her efforts were rewarded with first place and the Bank was presented with $50 in loyalty bucks which can be used at many local businesses.


Bank employees dressed up at the Marshall Trunk or Treat 2019


The Marshall Branch participated in the Marshall Trunk or Treat on the square.

Bank employees dressed up next to a scarecrow


The Marshall Branch participated in the Marshall Chamber of Commerce Scarecrow Contest and received 2nd place.

Bank employees at the Marshall Football Tailgate 2019


The Marshall Branch held a drive-thru tailgate before the Lions played the Newton Eagles. Everyone received a hot dog, chips, cookie, bottled water, tumbler, and a ticket to get into the game.

Bank employees serving food at the Lincolnland Ethanol Plant Feed


Robinson Loan Officers, Michael Fulling and Derek Weiler, along with Marshall Mortgage Loan Officer, Tiffany Higginbotham, spent a few hours over the lunch period grilling hot dogs to hand out to farmers as the brought their corn to Lincolnland Ethanol Plant in Palestine.

Bank Employees presenting a check to the Marshall Quarterback Club


Casey State Bank donated to the Marshall Quarterback Club to provide dinner to the Marshall Football Team before one of their football games.

Bank employees at the 2019 Heath Harvest Parade in Robinson


Casey State Bank employees participated in the Heath Harvest Festival Parade in Robinson.

Bank employees at the Marshall Fall Fest Parade 2019


The Marshall Branch participated in Marshall’s Fall Festival Parade.

Bank Employees at the Martinsville Homecoming Parade 2019


Casey State Bank showed their support for the Bluestreaks by participating in the Martinsville Homecoming Parade.

Marshall students standing in front of the World's Largest Wooden Token


Casey State Bank was happy to sponsor the Marshall 7th Grade 3 A’s field trip to Casey today. The trip is a reward trip for students who qualified in the areas of academics, attitude, and attendance. Students braved the weather to see Casey’s Big Things, as well as participate in a “Selfie Scavenger Hunt” around town.

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