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Your Independent Community Bank

GreenLeaf Bank has been serving Northeast Wisconsin since 1911 and we are devoted to the success of residents and companies located here. Our employees are also part of the community, so we are committed to supporting area schools, churches, agriculture and businesses.

As a community bank serving Northeast Wisconsin we are:

Local – We focus on the needs of local families, businesses and farmers. We’re neighbors and invested in the success of our communities – just like you.

Invested – Unlike large banks and credit unions your deposits stay here and keep local communities vibrant and growing.

Nimble – Loan approvals are made locally, providing quick decision-making on personal, home and business loans.

Small Business – We’re a small business ourselves, and we understand the needs of small-business owners. We provide critical funding for local businesses and agriculture. 

1911-1913   Local Banks Established

Wayside State Bank and State Bank of Greenleaf are established. Greenleaf assets totaled $59,568. The original board of directors included: Leo Fox, John Flatley, T.E. Connell, Frank Falck, MJ Roach, Jos. Clark, R.M. Prust.

1953   Greenleaf Office Remodeled

The bank office in Greenleaf undergoes a major remodel and James Bergstrom takes over controlling interest in the State Bank of Greenleaf.

1969-1970    50-years of growth

David W. Krutz is named Vice President and goes on to purchase controlling interest in the bank. The State Bank of Greenleaf merges with Wayside State Bank to form Greenleaf Wayside Bank. Dave goes on to oversee bank operations for over 50-years retiring in 2018.

1992  New Greenleaf Office

The growing bank builds a new Greenleaf bank office at the corner of State HWY 57 and 96 to meet the demands of the flourishing community.

2003 - 2004   New Wrightstown Office

After two years with the bank as C.O.O, Terry Lardinois is promoted to C.E.O and named to the Board of Directors. The bank expands to meet the needs of area customers and builds a new office in the rapidly growing and nearby village of Wrightstown.

2019   Second Generation Takes Over

After 50-years of stewardship, David W. Krutz retires from the Greenleaf Wayside Bank Board of Directors . His son David J. Krutz is promoted to Chief Executive Officer after assuming larger and larger roles with the organization over 22-years of service.

Greenleaf Bank Grow Together.

June of 2020   Greenleaf Wayside Bank became GreenLeaf Bank

GreenLeaf Bank simplifies our current name while streamlining our brand as we expand our reach beyond the Greenleaf and Wrightstown communities, all while retaining the rich history we maintain in these areas.