History of Bank of Sullivan
Just a few rooms on the ground floor of the Clark-Martin Building was the first home of Bank of Sullivan in 1895.
Teller Window in 1910
In 1895, when Sullivan had a population of 750, the bank opened with assets of less than $7,000. Built on a solid foundation, serving the communities with sound management and integrity, the bank has grown to serve seven Missouri communities; Sullivan (1895), Cuba (1999), Union (2000), Labadie (2006), Pleasant Hope and Sunrise Beach (2012) and Springfield (2015).
With strong core values of commitment, integrity, approachability and innovation the bank has strived to continue to strengthen relationships, improve services and explore opportunities in the communities we serve.
The Bank is a locally owned financial institution chartered by the State of Missouri. It is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Currently the Bank is served by a twelve member Board of Directors.