50 Years

Proudly Serving Madison for 50 Years

For the past 50 years, our mission has been steadfast. To serve the residents and businesses of Dane County with exceptional customer care. Today, we’re not only Madison’s longest serving community bank, but one with nearly 200 employees, 12 branches, and $750 million in assets. Needless to say, we owe it all to you, our valued clients. So, please join us for a stroll through our past.

Making Madison Home

Our Logo Through the Ages

1966

1966–1980

You never forget your first logo. The first Park Bank mark enjoyed a 14-year run.

1980

1980–2005

25 years in the spotlight, our second logo was bolder and more iconic than our first.

2005

2005–Present

Clean and contemporary, our present logo still pays homage to the marks before it.

50 Years of Park Bank

Times change, but Park Bank’s commitment to serving the people and businesses of Dane County has always remained. Join us for a walk down memory lane.

1966

1966

1966

Humble Beginnings

An early look at one of the founders of
Park Bank, Cletus Brown.

1970

1966

1970

A Look Inside

A personal banker and equipment at the
original Park Street location.

1966

1973

Jim Senty

Jim Senty, Owner and Chairman of the Board since 1973.

Park Bank Core Value #1

Service to our clients above all else

1973

1973

The Board

Some of the Park Bank board members.

1966

1979

Drive-Up Banking

Park Street drive-up in the late 1970s.

1980

1966

1980

Becky & Leckrone

Park Bank’s 1980s Becky Badger promotion
with Michael Leckrone, the long-time
director of the UW-Madison Marching Band.

1983

1983

Bridgeman’s

Park Bank purchased and reconstructed
Bridgeman’s Ice Cream Shop in 1983.
The branch is located on Fish Hatchery Road.

Park Bank Core Value #2

Efficiency and Adaptability

1966

1986

20th Anniversary

Park Bank celebrating the 20th Anniversary
at the Park Street location.

1966

1989

Raymond Road

The grand opening of the Raymond Road branch in 1989.

1990

1966

1996

Old Sauk

The Park Bank Old Sauk Business Park
branch opened in 1996.

Park Bank Core Value #3

Honesty and Integrity

1966

1997

High Crossing

The Park Bank High Crossing branch opened in 1997.

1999

1999

A New President

Jim Hegenbarth was named President of
Park Bank in February of 1999.

2000

1966

2003

Blanchardville Heroes

Wisconsin State Journal article about
Park Bank purchasing the failed
First National Bank of Blanchardville in 2003.

2004

2004

Lacy Road

The Park Bank Lacy Road branch
grand opening in 2004.

2004

2004

Middleton

The Park Bank Middleton branch opened in 2004.

2005

2005

Fiesta Hispana

Park Bank event at the Hispanic/Latino Festival.

2005

2005

Under Construction

The Park Bank Capitol Square branch under
construction. The building, located at
33 East Main Street, was completed in 2005.

2005

2005

Verona Groundbreaking

Jim Hegenbarth is speaking to the group, joined
by his wife Amy (in green), daughter and son.
The Park Bank Verona branch was completed in 2005.

Park Bank Core Value #4

Community-based Accountability

2005

2005

Parade Fun

Park Bank participating in the
Verona Hometown Days Parade.

2006

2006

Expansion Complete

The expansion of the Park Bank
Support Center was completed in 2006.

2006

2006

Habitat for Humanity

Park Bank celebrates their
40th anniversary by volunteering
with Habitat for Humanity.

2008

2008

Sun Prairie

The Park Bank Sun Prairie branch opened in 2008.

2010

2013

2013

Volunteers

Wisconsin State Journal article about
Park Bank employee volunteers.

2014

2014

Hilldale

The Park Bank Hilldale branch opened in 2014.

Park Bank Core Value #5

Hard Work and Fun In Equal Measure

2015

2015

Second Harvest

Park Bank volunteers on behalf of
Second Harvest Foodbank.

2015

2015

Books for the World

Park Bank employees volunteer on behalf of
Books for the World. This project addresses
the great need for literacy in southern Africa.

2016

2016

Contemporary Interior

A look inside the modern Park Bank
Capitol Square branch.

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