Bank First announces plans to construct new Oshkosh office


Bank First National has announced plans to construct a new office in Oshkosh. Currently located at 101 City Center, Bank First established itself in the Oshkosh community in 2011.

“We are pleased for the opportunity to open a new office in Oshkosh, where we have been serving local families, businesses, and non-profit organizations for several years,” stated Michael Dempsey, President of Bank First. “Constructing a new office in Oshkosh advances our mission of providing superior products and services while investing in the communities we serve.”

Pending municipal approvals, Bank First will construct a new office on the corner of N. Koeller Street and Omro Road directly off U.S. Highway 41. The new 6,800 square foot office will emulate the contemporary design and efficient use of space similar to other recently-constructed Bank First offices in Sheboygan, Two Rivers, Plymouth, and Appleton.

Led by EVP-Regional President, Joan Woldt, the Oshkosh office has experienced sizable growth in recent years. Total loans and deposits have grown by 26.0% and 42.5%, respectively, over the past five years. “By focusing on our key tenets of building one relationship at a time and delivering great value to our customers, our talented team in Oshkosh has contributed to the bank’s growth since entering the market in 2011. The new office will give our team the ability to provide exceptional service in a more efficient, customer friendly environment, “stated Michael Molepske, Chief Executive Officer at Bank First.

Construction of the new office is scheduled to begin in November 2018 and is expected to be complete by late summer 2019.


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Justin R. Mitchell

Justin is the founding editor of the Oshkosh Independent.

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