Community Resource offers banking with a personalized touch

The knowledgeable and friendly staff at Community Resource Bank includes Teara O’hara, Sam Ringstad, Dan Bighley, Thom Jones, Joan Kallenberg, Nick Barker, Sue Blais, Jeff Norton, Bobbi Ramsell, Scott Marquardt, Michelle Schumacher and Glenda Pooley.

Community Resource Bank strives to make its customers feel at home in a bank they can trust. 

The staff — from the tellers to the auto loan specialists to the home mortgage bankers — take the time to get to know their customers personally, and are often on a first-name basis. This allows them to better assist their customers with whatever financial goals they might have. 

Established in 1878 in Northfield, Community Resource Bank has opened branches in Cannon Falls and Roseville. All three locations are committed to carrying along the original bank’s reputation of offering diversified financial services with a personalized touch. 

Community Resource Bank recently welcomed a new Roseville branch president, Dan Bighley, to oversee the bank’s ongoing growth and excellent customer service. 

Bighley has been a part of the Community Resource Bank family for 11 years and is looking forward to his new responsibilities. “Everyone at the Roseville branch is excited, and we are looking to grow this year,” he says. “The outlook for 2016 appears good.”

Dan Bighley

Community Resource Bank is ready to help customers with all their personal and business banking needs. 

“We have a community family atmosphere, and we are willing to work with customers at any range,” Bighley says, from youngsters opening their first savings account to large retail companies. 

By providing checking and savings, loans and investments, Community Resource Bank is able to provide anything customers might need, whether for personal or business banking. 

New checking products were introduced in mid-2015 and the bank continuously updates its app to make sure mobile banking is quick and easy for customers. 

With 24-hour ATM service, clients can always have access to their money. Community Resource Bank is also part of the Money Pass ATM network, offering customers free access at many ATM locations around the metro area. 

The bank also provides a service called “popmoney,” allowing customers to safely send money to anyone via email, by using a mobile phone number, or by sending it directly to their account. 

“We are a small community bank that can do all of the same things that a large bank can do; we are just more of a family friendly atmosphere,” Bighley says. 

Stop by today to see why Community Resource Bank is such a trusted and popular independent bank. 


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