Cornhusker Bank Promotes Nuismer


Cornhusker Bank has announced the promotion of David Nuismer to Chief Credit Officer.  Barry Lockard, Cornhusker Bank President reports, “Dave’s extensive lending experience and strong analytical skills and sound judgement, along with a strength in knowledge of regulations governing lending will serve the bank and its customers well.”  

David, who has 18 years of banking experience has been with Cornhusker Bank since 2010 and has most recently served the bank as vice president/manager, Credit Administration.  In his new role Mr. Nuismer is responsible for overall management of the Bank’s credit administration, underwriting and loan review and analysis functions and support staff in those areas. 

Cornhusker Bank Welcomes New Directors

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Cornhusker Bank is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors: Heather Crockett, Douglas S. Dittman, and David Shiffermiller.

Heather Crockett comes to her Directorship with 25 years at Cherry Hill Companies which includes the Legacy Retirement Communities, currently serving as its Chief Financial Officer.  Doug Dittman is a Farmer, Dairyman, and Owner of a creamery and the Hub Cafe´.  David Shiffermiller serves Cornhusker Bank as Executive Vice President/Lending and has been with the bank over a decade, leading the lending department. 

“Cornhusker Bank and the community we serve are fortunate to have talented leaders like Heather, Doug and David willing to give their time, talents, and expertise to ensure the Bank is meeting its mission to provide solutions for lifelong success” reported John F. Dittman, Chairman.

Cornhusker Bank Executing Planned System Maintenance

Cornhusker Bank associates would like to remind customers the Bank will be completing planned system maintenance in June of 2018.  Due to this maintenance, you will receive two statements in June for your checking and savings accounts.  Your statement cycle will go back to the original cycle date in July, 2018.  Cornhusker Bank’s Customer Engagement Team can be reached at 402-434-2265 during normal business hours if you have any questions about these temporary changes.

Cornhusker Bank Facilitates Easy Banking Relationships in Omaha Market


Doing business with Cornhusker Bank in Omaha got easier in April of 2018. Cornhusker Bank opened a Licensed Production Office at 13340 California, in Omaha’s OMNE Building. The bank is leasing space in this comfortable, modern facility, which is just one block north of 132nd and Dodge Street.

According to Allen Chaffee, Cornhusker Bank’s Omaha Market President, “This represents a great milestone and Cornhusker Bank looks forward to being able to continue building relationships with our current Omaha clients and the Greater Omaha community. Cornhusker Bank’s mission and “Hometown Heart” banking model focuses on doing life together with customers and helping them reach their financial goals.”   Allen can be contacted at 402-779-1420 for an appointment at the Omaha Office. If you have an existing relationship with another Cornhusker Bank associate and are interested in meeting at the Omaha office, please ask them about using the new office.

6th Annual Cornhusker Bank One Day Without Shoes Event Gears Up


On April 12th, Cornhusker Bank will be celebrating One Day Without Shoes. This event is designed to draw attention to the plight of those in our community who are in need of footwear. Cornhusker Bank is partnering with local businesses and organizations to collect both used and new shoes, as well as monetary donations, which benefit the People’s City Mission. Barry Lockard, President/CEO, noted, “This event has become a great opportunity for Cornhusker Bank to rally with the community to give back to it on an annualized basis. Cornhusker Bank’s associates love Lincoln, and this is just one of many ways they display their community pride.”

Cornhusker Bank and various businesses and organizations throughout town will have People’s City Mission collection barrels in place. There will be over 150 locations serving as collection sites throughout the area. New, used, and even unwearable shoes may be donated between April 4th and April 15th by dropping them in any of these barrels. On Tuesday, April 12th, the bank will host a walk from 1101 Cornhusker Highway to the People’s City Mission, starting at 11:00 a.m. A free light lunch will be served at the Cornhusker Highway bank location for those attending the event. The walk helps raise awareness of the need for footwear in our own community and the entire community is invited to participate, regardless of whether or not they can donate. Cornhusker Bank staff members will go shoeless at work on the 12th to help raise awareness as well.

In the first five years of this event, Cornhusker Bank collected over 47,000 pair of shoes and over $42,000 in cash donations for the benefit of the Mission. Bank Chairman, John F. Dittman, noted , “One Day Without Shoes is an event which elevates our associates’ passion to give back to, as well as engage with the community in a meaningful manner. We are thankful for the many individuals throughout the area that help this event be successful.” “With the amazing amount of shoes and money collected, we will be able to help thousands of people” stated Pastor Tom Barber, Executive Director of the People’s City Mission. Please visit and click on the You Tube icon to view a video about the event which highlights how it impacts the people who receive the donated shoes.

Obtaining Pre-Approval and Establishing Your Budget

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