Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

Celebrating 100 Years

Wyoming Bank & Trust 100 Years Strong

 

April 25, 2019

Victoria Smithey/Pine Bluffs Post

Left to right: Tom Fornstrom - retired bank manager, Dennis Wallace - Chairman of the Board, Jeff Wallace - CEO, Tom Bass- Senior VP, Lorna Dunlap - Branch Manager, Sandy Ragsdale - Bookkeeper/Teller, and Toby Hytrek- VP/Loan Officer.

One hundred years, not very long for a planet or a life, but for a bank? Wyoming Bank and Trust is celebrating their 100 year anniversary this year, and customers and employees alike can't say enough good things about the bank that's been around as long as anyone can remember. In a small town called Luther, Wyoming, Luther State Bank was opened in 1907. Built to deal with all of the new settlements and agricultural workers, the town of Luther existed for three years, and in 1910 the town was renamed Burns to match the train station named after a railroad worker that was killed there. In th...



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