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The mission of RVR Bank is to build trusted, long-term relationships through our expertise, services, and personalized financial solutions. With our new name, we are embracing our roots, location, and relentless pursuit of results. At RVR Bank, Relationships matter, Values guide us, and providing financial Results fulfills our mission. The continual flow of expertise and guidance yields invaluable service to our customers and builds a community to foster progress.

Our knowledgeable team of experts promises to cultivate personal relationships with you and continually help you navigate today’s financial landscape while building confidence in your choices for tomorrow.  RVR Bank offers complete product lines and comprehensive services, creating an effortless customer experience across all departments and locations. From branch to branch, our team works together to provide consistency and continuity to deliver personalized banking products and community-centered customer service. Relationships, values, and results guide us every day.

We value local ownership and our Board of Directors are committed to fostering community reinvestment and involvement.  Our commitment to making Dodge & Washington Counties a progressive and caring place to live and raise a family will not waver.  We promise to continue in our strong tradition of supporting our communities. Our bank associates are those people who volunteer in community churches and schools, serve on area boards and committees and take leadership roles in our communities. You will see us building houses for Habitat for Humanity, supporting Legion baseball, volunteering in the schools, running Bank in School programs at Archbishop Bergan Elementary School, Linden Elementary School and Arlington Elementary School, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, raising funds for the YMCA, encouraging the progress at Midland University and collecting canned goods for the Washington County Food Pantry. While it is impossible to represent all of the causes we care about, know that strengthening the communities we serve and its citizens is our focus.

We are committed and proud to be your trusted partner in creating a stronger community.


RVR Bank’s Mission is to satisfy customers, guarantee quality products and provide professional service.

We are dedicated to helping families and businesses achieve their financial goals at RVR Bank!

  • 1955 – First State Bank Receives Charter
  • 1956 – Opens Doors For Business
  • 1966 – Assets Reach $3.24 Million
  • 1967 – Main Bank Facility Adds 1,000 Square Feet
  • 1974 – Parkview Office at Military & William Opens
  • 1979 – Main Bank Facility Expands to Four Drive-In Lanes
  • 1986 – First State Bank Installs Fremont’s First 24-Hour ATM
  • 1987 – First State Bank Becomes 100% Locally Owned – Assets: $30 Million
  • 1988 – Downtown Branch Opens
  • 1992 – Assets Reach $57 Million
  • 1992 – Main Bank Adds 5,500 Square Feet
  • 2000 – Walmart In-Store Bank Opens
  • 2001 – First State Bank Adds Trust Services
  • 2001 – First State Bank & Trust Co. Adds 28,800 Square Feet
  • 2001 – Assets Reach $130 Million
  • 2002 – First State Bank & Trust Co. Adds Leasing Services
  • 2002 – NetFirst Online Banking Unveiled
  • 2004 – First State Bank & Trust University is Introduced
  • 2004 – Assets Reach $150 Million
  • 2005 – First State Bank & Trust Co. Dedicates James H. Moore Jr. Board Room in Honor of Jim’s 50 Years of Service to the Bank
  • 2006 – First State Bank & Trust Co. Celebrates 50 Years of Service to Fremont
  • 2009 – Bank Receives ICBA National Community Bank Service Award for Financial Literacy
  • 2009 – Linden Elementary Public School Bank in School Opens
  • 2009 – Assets Reach $200 Million
  • 2010 – Archbishop Bergan Catholic Elementary School Bank in School Opens
  • 2013 – First State Bank & Trust Co. Begins Providing In-House Investment Services and Launches First State Financial Services.
  • 2014 – FSB&T Mobile App Unveiled
  • 2019 – FSB&T earns 15th consecutive Personal Economics Program (PEP) award from the Nebraska Banker’s Association for our financial literacy efforts in the community
  • 2019 – Assets Reach $250 Million
  • 2021 – FSB&T acquires Two Rivers Bank of Blair and Arlington
  • 2022 – Assets Reach $450 Million
  • 2023 – FSB&T and Two Rivers Bank officially change their name to RVR Bank



  • Blake H. Dillon
  • Sidney R. Dillon
  • William F. Dugan
  • Randall L. Eikmeier
  • Jerald D. Hendrickson
  • Charles P. Johannsen
  • Ronald D. Kranz
  • David C. Mitchell
  • Craig L. Nelson
  • Travis L. Nelson
  • Dale E. Olson
  • Leslie B. Shallberg
  • Nicholas E. Vrba
  • Ron C. Weaklend
  • Jeff J. Wilmes
  • J. Jessup Wilson

  • Joel Bacon
  • Denise Dein
  • Ryan Dugdale
  • Pam England
  • Jessica Fickbohm
  • Stacy Gibney
  • Jeff Hamilton
  • Lauren Hamilton
  • Melissa Hapke
  • Esmeralda Hernandez
  • Chuck Johannsen
  • Frank Kment
  • Jill Marquardt
  • Mikki Mullally
  • Jamie Nelson
  • Ronda Niehaus
  • Mandy Ostdiek
  • Kristy Pafford
  • Brandi Petersen
  • Jon Rohlfs
  • Renen Sahr
  • Renée Schneringer
  • Cindy Slykhuis
  • Nick Vrba
  • LeeAnn Wilcox
  • Shelley Winter