Posted at 1:30 p.m. on July 14, 2017
The Brillion News
GREENLEAF – The Greenleaf-Wayside Bank is closing its Wayside branch office in late September, but the closing will not affect the bank’s other two offices.
At 6 p.m. on Friday, September 29, the Wayside branch will be closing, according to a statement issued by the bank. Customers will continue to have access to banking services at the Greenleaf and Wrightstown offices, located at 1608 Day Street, Greenleaf, and at 1165 Broadway Street, Wrightstown.
The bank said it has taken steps to ensure that the closing of the Wayside office is seamless, with minimal inconvenience to customers.
The Wayside State Bank was founded in 1911 and the Greenleaf State Bank was founded in 1913. The two banks merged in 1970 to become the Greenleaf Wayside Bank. The current building for the Wayside branch was built in 1979. In 1992, the new bank in Greenleaf was opened. And, in 2004, the bank opened a third office in the Village of Wrightstown, Business at the Wayside office had been on the decline for several years. The office is currently open for drive-through customers Monday through Friday, with lobby hours on Friday only. It is not open on Saturdays.