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IN THE KNOW WITH TAMMY COHEE

IN THE KNOW WITH TAMMY COHEE

How does it feel to be a new associate at a company, barely getting your feet wet, then nearly 75% of the workforce is asked to work from home during a pandemic? Tammy Cohee was just that associate, joining the Heartland family from Victory Community Bank just before the work-from-home shift and the Heartland/Victory merger, and all she can say is, “Expect to be embraced!”

Thursday, July 16, 2020
Categories: Employee Spotlight
Grass Groomers

Grass Groomers

Small businesses are the backbone of a community. They are also valued clients for a community bank. Investing in them, guiding their finances and offering timely advice, a bank is a hidden partner to a small business, but at the same time, relying on them as an anchor to the community.

Thursday, May 21, 2020
Categories: Customer Stories
#BigNews – check out our new logo!

#BigNews – check out our new logo!

It’s an exciting time for us at Heartland Bank, and changes are happening everywhere. We are proud to announce the development of a new logo for Heartland Bank and our parent company, Heartland BancCorp. The original Heartland Bank logo will now be referred to as our “Legacy Logo,” and it will still be visible in many places – we can’t forget where we came from! 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Categories: Heartland Bank
Moody Engineering

Moody Engineering

He had a plan. He was still young. He was married, but no children yet. It was the right time, and he knew it. Risks, return, responsibility – all three were going to be part of the process. David Moody, president and CEO of Moody Engineering, was well-aware of the entrepreneurial roller coaster he was about to board when he founded Moody Engineering nearly six years ago, and he was ready to take those risks, capitalize on those early returns and commit to the expected responsibility.

Friday, February 21, 2020
Categories: Customer Stories
A TROVE OF TREASURE

A TROVE OF TREASURE

Everyone needs furniture. Whether it’s a beanbag chair and a cardboard-box table, or a high-end sofa and imported side chairs, furniture has become a necessity even at a very basic level. When a family has over a hundred years of experience in this industry, clear indicators of knowledge and dedication combined with market demand allow for an entrepreneurial edge recognized by a bank that appreciates economic value and strategic partnerships.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Categories: Customer Stories
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