Dan Castle Retires After 24 Years with Lincoln Savings Bank

posted Jasmyne Green 12/31/2020 in Press Releases

After working devotedly for Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) for 24 years, Dan Castle retired on 12/31/20. Dan started with the bank on July 1, 1996, when Lincoln Savings Bank acquired First State Bank of Greene. At the time of the acquisition, Dan was serving as CEO of First State Bank of Greene, a position he had held since 1988.

Dan held many leadership positions during his time at Lincoln Savings Bank including serving on the Executive Management Team, First Vice President, Senior Vice President, and most recently Regional Lending Manager.

“When I think of Dan Castle, the first thing that comes to mind is ‘Consummate Banker’. I really think Dan was born to be a community banker and he has excelled at it throughout his career,” said Dana Uhlenhopp, Chief Banking Officer. “He fully lives our Core Values at LSB as well as anyone we’ve ever had work here. Dan is truly compassionate about his customers, the community where he lives, and his fellow employees. He will be truly missed, but we are thankful he worked at LSB for 24+ years.” 

In retirement, Dan plans to spend his time golfing and fishing. Aside from that, he will enjoy the time off and freedom, which he says will take some getting used to.

About Lincoln Savings Bank:

Founded in 1902, Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) has been headquartered in Reinbeck, Iowa since 1934.  Now with 17 locations, LSB has expanded to offer a variety of bank and financial services to its loyal customers. Member FDIC.

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