FSB in the Community

Why are we called a community bank?


Because we’re part of this wonderful community.

We were born and raised here. We’re your friends, family, and neighbors. Your money stays in this community helping it to grow and prosper.


Farmers State Bank began it’s tradition of Blue Button Banking way back in 1915 when the Stroh Banking Center opened their doors.  We offer the most current products, services, and technology paired with friendly, dependable and trustworthy service to best help our neighbors succeed financially in the communities we serve.  We are proud of the fact that our bankers are active in our communities.  We believe in being involved and paying it forward to better our communities.


We’re proud to be a part of the area communities.  Stop by today and you’ll see we have a lot more than money invested in your community.  Below you can see just some of the ways Farmers State Bank gets involved and gives back.

 

St. Joseph County United Way Donation January 2018

 

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 2018 - LaGrange Police Department

 

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 2018 - Angola City Police

 

Farmers State Bank Donates to Habitat for Humanity of NE Indiana Sept. 2017

 

Farmers State Bank Donates to Boomerang Backpacks October 2017

 

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 2017

 

Community Shred Day 2017

 

LaGrange County Council on Aging Donation 2017 from

Blue Button Jean-erosity Program

 

Paddle for Parkview 2017


 

Sturgis Parade 2017

 

Steuben County United Way Day of Caring April 2017