Greetings!

Fowler State Bank is committed to providing you sound tools to meet your financial needs.  We sincerely appreciate your confidence in Fowler State Bank, and would encourage you to contact your favorite representative with any questions about our financial products.


Lisa Kimberlin joined the FSB team on June 24.  She will be working in the Accounting Department.  Lisa is from Kentland and attended South Newton High School.  She graduated from Indiana State University with a degree in English. Welcome Lisa!

Sandy Sylvester and Kay Goetz are retiring from the Bank.  Sandy will be retiring from the Grant Avenue Branch in mid-July after 6 ½ years of service. 

Kay Goetz will be going from full-time to part-time on July 1st.  She has been with Fowler State Bank for 13 years.

Thank you ladies for your years of service with Fowler State Bank!


Have a safe & happy 4th of July celebration!  Swing by to see the Town of Fowler’s fireworks display!  It is one of the finest shows around & Fowler State Bank is a proud supporter!

Reminder:  Fowler State Bank will be closed in observance of this holiday.  We will reopen with our normal business hours on Friday, July 5.


Fowler State Bank employees volunteered their time Tuesday, June 18 at the Warren County Fair.  Employees helped clean tables and take care of guests in the food building.  We will be working at the Benton County and Newton County Fairs in the month of July.  Come out and support your communities!
  • Meet us at the  Newton County Fair on Tuesday, July 16th for the Truck & Tractor Pull
  • Meet us at the Benton County Fair on Sunday, July 21st for the fish fry, serving from 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Summer is in full swing! There are several ways to keep the electric bill manageable this season.  Keep heat-producing lamps or electronics away from the thermostat.  Outdoors, try to position air conditioning units in the shade without blocking airflow.  Each degree higher you set your thermostat can save up to five percent on your air conditioning costs!

What exactly is a zip code? In 1963, the Post Office Department unveiled the Zoning Improvement Plan using a five-digit code.  The more exact nine-digit code debuted in 1983.  The first three numbers of the zip code are the general region/city.  The next two are the delivery area, whether it be a post office or neighborhood.  The sector or several blocks are the six and seventh numbers of a zip code while the segment or side of the street are the final two numbers.  There are a total of 41,810 zip codes in the United States.  California has the most zip codes with 2,602, three more than Texas.


We appreciate your business and interest in Fowler State Bank.  If there is anything we can do for you, please Contact Us at one of our four convenient offices to speak with your favorite representative.

Again, we appreciate your patronage!

Sincerely,

Fowler State Bank

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Prophetstown Farm

The Historic Prophetstown Farm at Prophetstown State Park is hosting the Grain Harvest Celebration July 7 from 8:00am until 5:00pm.  The “Spelt” harvest is done with a horse drawn All-Crop combine, pulled with a pair of Belgian Horses.  Spelt is a cousin of wheat that has a longer stem that is better for making straw.  The grain is used on the farm for feed.  Ask Marie Rowe at the Main Office for more details!