Joe Scherger Joins Points West Bank

We are pleased to welcome Joe Scherger, a banking industry veteran and yet another Husker alumni, to our Points West team! Joe is well-known and well-respected around the Loveland area. He joins us after his career at Home State, Guaranty, and Independent Bank. As Business Developer, Joe will focus on creating and strengthening our relationships … Read more

Congrats to Carl Wilcox on retirement

Carl Wilcox has been a valued member of the Points West Community Bank family for many years. While we hate to see him go, we are excited to announce his retirement and wish him the best of luck in the future.  Over Carl’s 31 year tenure with Points West, he has held positions like VP … Read more

2022 Summer Hours

Summer is here! We hope that everyone enjoys some time away from school, vacations and time spent outside this summer. Please note that our hours change during the summer months across all Points West locations. See our summer hours for Saturday’s below. Summer Saturday Hours: Drive up 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Water Valley, Windsor, … Read more

Meet Tom Olson

Tom Olson has been a member of the Points West community since the day he was able to walk. He started working on the Rush Creek Ranch when he was a young boy until his senior year of high school. Around that time, Tom and his good friend, Steve Poppe, thought it was time for … Read more

Benefits of Working At Points West

Since 1906, Points West Community Bank has remained a true community bank, locally-owned and managed, and committed to ensuring that the interests of our community come first. But beyond our desire to please our community, we strive to do our best for our employees, too.  Our employees are the face of our company; they’re the … Read more

Meet Mark Brase, Our Incoming CEO

Mark Brase was a farm kid growing up in the Southeastern Nebraska town of Davenport. He attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a focus in Agriculture Economics and Finance. Upon graduating with his degree in 1991, the unemployment rate was hovering around 13% and banking jobs were very hard to come by at the time … Read more