Joined Better Banks in 2006
Created in April 1935 – during the depths of the Great Depression, when banks everywhere were failing- the First National Bank of Wyoming opened its doors. In 1963, bank operations moved to the present modern building. In 1972, the bank switched from a national to a state charter to reduce the cost of doing business and changed the name to Wyoming Bank & Trust Co.
In September 2006, Wyoming Bank merged into Better Banks, strengthening the bank even more and allowing Better Banks to provide customers in the Wyoming area enhanced products and services with multiple locations and ATMs.
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Meet the Team
Branch Manager / Lender
Wyoming Community Involvement
Being a community leader is who we are. Our team volunteers hundreds of hours each year in leadership and education roles in addition to sponsoring local events.
As a community bank, we feel strongly that giving back to our local community is important.
Especially efforts aimed at improving overall economic well-being and making a positive difference in our local schools and communities.
Wyoming Community News
Moonlight Madness CandylandBetter Banks had a great time celebrating Moonlight Madness! The Stark County CUSD 100 High School Chorus performed s well as the band. There will be cookies and ornament giveaways. Kids could guess the number of candies in the Better Banks jar, and there was a Gingerbread house photo booth.
Pumpkin Decorating ContestCongratulations to our winners in our Stark County CUSD 100 pumpkin decorating contest. L to R: The 1st place winner was Pumpkin #3 from Drew in Ms. Groter's class, 2nd place was pumpkin #1 from Connor in Mrs. Gille's class and 3rd place was the #4 pumpkin from Jaymes in Ms. Sierra's class. All three received a $20 gift card for Tanners Orchard and Drew won $100 gift card for his classroom.
Stark County HomecomingBetter Banks participated in the Stark County CUSD 100 homecoming parade. We love being out in our communities!
Better Banks Blog
Maintaining a Dry Basement this SpringThe long months of cold temperatures and snow are slowly but surely coming to an end! As we begin to watch the spring thaw, we must prepare for the next element of Mother Nature that is fast approaching – rain. +
Time to Celebrate Our Local Farmers!Today and every day, Better Banks recognizes and celebrates the contributions of America’s local farmers, ranchers, and agricultural enterprises. +
Why You Shouldn’t Spend That Tax RefundFew things bring a faster smile than a tax refund. The question is what to do with it. Perhaps you should set it aside for a rainy day or invest it for a future life event. Maybe you should consider both. +