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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.


Doug Semla is a recent graduate from Purdue University where he majored in agricultural economics, and earned his certificate of entrepreneurship and innovation. He is originally from La Porte, Indiana. He is going to be a member of the agricultural team here at Fowler State Bank.  Welcome aboard, Doug!

Two Fowler State Bank employees reached milestone anniversaries recently.  Jim Remsburg celebrated his 35th anniversary with Fowler State Bank on May 24th.

Linda Brewer celebrated her 45th anniversary with Fowler State Bank on June 3rd. 

Congrats to both & many thanks for their years of service & dedication!


The Fowler State Bank family would like to extend our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Roberta Crone.  Thank you for your many years of hard work, service, & dedication, and best of wishes to you and your family as you set out on your next great adventure.

Roberta, you will be missed!


Jacob Stuckey was the winner of the Fowler State Bank Scholarship at Benton Central High School.  Jacob is the son of Jack & Carolyn Stuckey of Oxford, IN.  He will attend Purdue University & major in Computer Science.  Congratulations & best of luck to Jacob!

Fowler State Bank’s annual “Go Green” shred day was held on Saturday, June 1st.  Thank you to all of the employees who volunteered their time, and to all of those who came out & made it possible for Fowler State Bank to make a substantial donation to our local food pantries.  We were able to collect over $500 & three boxes full of non-perishable food items to be donated!

Fowler State Bank Employees worked the Illiana Hub Shakedown on Saturday, June 1st .  The truck and tractor pull was held at the Benton County Fairgrounds.  Fowler State Bank employees manned the admission gates, and then were able to enjoy the action!  The ISA pull was completed before the rain came in and washed out most of the Diesel Truck pull, but all in all a great night was had by all. 

Meet us at the Fair!  Fowler State Bank Employees will be volunteering their time once again this year at the Warren County Fair.  We will be working in the food building on Tuesday, June 18th.  We hope to see you there!


If you are planning your summer vacation, you’re probably worried about money.  How much the trip costs is one issue, but a vacation can be even more expensive if your cash or credit cards get stolen while you are traveling.  Here’s some advice for keeping your funds safe:
  • Divide up your cash.  Don’t carry a single wad of money in one pocket.  Split it up and safeguard it in different locations on your body (or in whatever you are carrying with you).  If one supply gets lost, you’ll have more in reserve.
  • Have small bills ready.  Keep a stash of money in smaller denominations at the ready so you don’t have to flash a stack of twenties or fifties to buy a pack of gum.  Keep larger bills secure at all times.
  • Watch your wallet.  Go through your wallet and take out anything you won’t need on your trip. For example, your library card or grocery store discount card.  A thinner wallet is easier to handle.  And consider carrying a second wallet with a few dollars in it to hand over, or drop on the ground, in case you’re threatened.

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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Father's Day
The idea of Father's Day was conceived slightly more than a century ago by Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Wash., while she listened to a Mother's Day sermon in 1909. Dodd wanted a special day to honor her father, William Smart, a widowed Civil War veteran who was left to raise his six children on a farm.  Treat your father to a special day on June 16.