The Farmers State Bank of Waupaca, King Branch

Location
Wisconsin, Waupaca County, Waupaca
N2701 County Road Qq 54981, WI
Phone 715-258-1415

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The Farmers State Bank of Waupaca

EstablishedJan 1911
Number of domestic offices4
Websitehttp://www.fsbwaupaca.com

About The Farmers State Bank of Waupaca

The Farmers State Bank of Waupaca was established on January 11, 1911 and opened for business on January 14, 1911. The first bank building was on the corner of Fulton and Main Street in what is now the Hart & Hart Law office. The bank was there until March 7, 1966 when it moved to the old Palace Theatre site at 112 W. Fulton Street. In the fall of 1977 the Farmers State Bank added additional drive-up lanes (originally it only had one) to the Fulton Street office.

The downtown office remained the only Farmers State Bank location until August of 1989 when the bank built its first branch at 717 Churchill Street. This bank was added to handle the growing demand for a bank on the east side of Waupaca. In December 1991, the Farmers State Bank expanded again, this time in King. The bank built its King Branch at N2701 Cty. Rd. QQ right next to the Veterans Home in King. This branch has helped serve the expanding area around the Chain O' Lakes. The Auto Bank was opened in May of 1998 at 118 W. Session Street (1 block from its Main Office). This facility serves its customers as a quick access drive-up and has allowed the bank to expand its Main Office.

The banks fifth location was added on May 22, 2000 in Wild Rose. This branch will help serve the needs of the growing community in the Wild Rose area. On June 1, 2005, The Farmers State Bank of Waupaca opened its sixth location. This time opening a branch on the corner of Highways 96 & 110 at N560 State Road 110 in Fremont. On October 27, 2006, the bank closed the Churchill Street Station due to a decrease in traffic after the Auto Bank opened just one mile from the facility.

An important note about the Farmers State Bank is that it opened as a Locally Owned, Independent, Community Bank and that still holds true today. Also, the Farmers State Bank is one of only three banks in the state of Wisconsin that did not close during the depression.

The Farmers State Bank of Waupaca - Main Office
112 W. Fulton Street
Waupaca, WI
715.258.1400

King Branch
N2701 County Road QQ
Waupaca, WI
715.258.1415

Auto Bank
118 W. Session Street
Waupaca, WI
715.258.1413

Wild Rose branch
315 Hospital Road
Wild Rose, WI
920.622.5554

Fremont branch
N560 State Road 110
Fremont, WI
920.446.2772

Financial information

Total assets$186M
Net income$1M
Net income, quarterly$1M
Total deposits$156M
Domestic deposits$156M
Equity capital$27M
ROA1.29%
ROAQ, quarterly1.29%
ROA, pretax1.29%
ROAQ, quarterly, pretax1.67%
ROE9.11%
ROEQ, quarterly8.98%
UpdatedNov 09, 2017

Terms and Definitions

  • Domestic deposits
    The sum of all domestic deposits, including demand deposits, money market deposits and time deposits.
  • Equity capital
    Total equity capital (includes preferred and common stock, surplus and undivided profits).
  • ROA
    Return on assets, net income after taxes and extraordinary items (annualized) as a percent of average total assets.
  • ROE
    Return on equity, annualized net income as a percent of average equity on a consolidated basis.