Vermilion Valley Bank
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Bank History

In 1913, an Illinois Bank and Trust Services Charter was established
in Piper City, Illinois. Originally the bank was chartered as the
State Bank of Piper City. The main focus was on providing a
rural community with deposit, trust and lending services,
primarily with individual customers.

As the bank grew and survived the depression, it began to broaden
its services. On January 1, 1991, the State Bank of Piper City
purchased the First National Bank of Cullom and the name
changed to Vermilion Valley Bank.

In February, 1992, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation closed
the Kempton State Bank and the assets and liabilities were
purchased by Vermilion Valley Bank.

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In September, 2002, the Roberts State Bank was purchased. Then in 2005
the bank expanded into Chatsworth and completed construction of a new
branch facility that opened in June, 2008.

We now have total assets just under $120,000,000.00 and have become leaders
in our community by supporting small commercial business and consumer
needs, including deposits, lending and trust services. Vermilion Valley Bank has
concentrated its efforts into smaller agriculture and small business communities,
with the intention of providing the needs of such rural communities in order to thrive.

In an economic World of financial struggle, we continue to strengthen our capital
base and our commitment to customers by providing financial needs and support.
The community and support between the bank and customer will propel us into
the future with positive strength and results!!

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