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Preparing for a bright future!

For over 145 years our commitment to and involvement in this community has never wavered. When our founding president donated Purdue University the land to build its campus in 1869, John Purdue opened Lafayette Savings Bank that very same year. We are community. We are Indiana. We are local decision-making. That’s why we were voted “Best Bank”. And now Lafayette Savings Bank is a division of Old National Bank.

Come to us with your financial problems, your questions, your hopes and dreams. Our commitment is to give you our immediate and undivided attention as we prepare for a bright future.

Lafayette Savings Bank Corporate Values

COMMITMENT: Dedication to a cause much larger than yourself that is exemplified by continued support of and active participation in activities directly related to the cause—giving your best for the perpetuation of the cause. Seeing that all obligations are satisfied and complete.

INTEGRITY: Behaving honestly, in a manner that is free from fraud and deception at all times. Doing what is right—always.

INITIATIVE: Actively seeking ways to: be more productive and helpful to your team, improve a process and to improve individual performance.

RESPECT: Showing consideration for others by esteeming all equally on a personal and professional level regardless of position or title and personal opinion.

RESPONSIBILITY: Taking ownership of and willingness to be accountable for all actions and decisions and their outcomes whether positive or negative.



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