Lincoln Savings Bank Voted best Bank in the Cedar Valley
Each year the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier surveys the surrounding area and distributes their list of the most preferred vendors within the local community. As announced through their publication
on September 29, 2019, Lincoln Savings Bank has been voted by Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier’s readers as the Best Bank in the Cedar Valley
“It is a great feeling to be a part of an organization that truly cares about its employees and the communities it’s a part of,” said Dana Uhlenhopp, LSB Chief Credit Officer. “This goes hand in hand with our core values. Thank you to our customers who voted for us. We look forward to continuing our relationships well into the future,” he elaborated.
This is the first year we at Lincoln Savings Bank have been honored with this title, and the Cedar Falls, Hudson, and Waterloo teams are eager to thank our customers for their continued support.
“We take great pride in our customer service, so winning this award is a testament to our branch’s daily efforts in putting our customers first,” shared Waterloo Branch Manager, Tyler Smedley.
Hudson Branch Manager, Hector Baldiviezo, said, “Our priority is building genuine relationships with each person who walks in our door. It’s incredibly humbling to be honored as the best bank in the Cedar Valley.”
With a number of financial services available, the Lincoln Savings Bank team is honored to serve our customers through our mortgage lending, deposit accounts, personal loans, estate management, trust services, and more. As Lincoln Savings Bank continues to expand our footprint
in the Cedar Valley, the main goal of company remains the same: To love the people we serve, and serve the people we love
From all of us at Lincoln Savings Bank –
Thank you to all our customers who took the time to nominate us and recognize our institution with this prestigious award, it is our pleasure to serve you and the Cedar Valley community.
Lincoln Savings Bank. Member FDIC.
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