About Cleveland State Bank

We pride ourselves on being a community bank that offers the capabilities of a big bank while staying dedicated to the well-being of our clients. We value giving back to our community by focusing on the needs of local organizations, businesses and families.

Commitment to Communities

“Commitment to Communities”, a value Cleveland State Bank staff lives by and demonstrates year round. By the numerous donations made throughout the year; staff involvement in local clubs and organizations; and charity squads, created as an opportunity for staff to understand more about local organizations while volunteering – including during work hours.

CSB Values & Vision Statement

Our Vision Statement

“Building financial foundations for successful client relationships that continue for generations”

Our Values

  • Reflect what you expect
  • No excuses – be the solution
  • Believe to achieve
  • Learn and grow
  • Bring joy
  • Commitment to communities

Cleveland State Bank’s History

In early 1907, a group of Cleveland area citizens first realized the need for a bank and began to gather the necessary $15,000.00 of capital stock. The first quarters of Cleveland State Bank was in an old saloon.

Additional Cleveland State Bank Services

Cleveland State Bank also offers the following services to their clients:

  • Telephone banking – call 866-321-9854
  • Safe deposit box
  • Night deposit (after hour secure drop-off vault)
  • Cashier’s checks
  • Wire transfer service
  • Bank by mail
  • Stop payments

Leadership Team

The Cleveland State Bank leadership team is an assembly of individuals that demonstrate CSB Values in the manner they live, work and play.

Tim Schueler

President & CEO
NMLS# 584213

Matt Harms

Executive Vice President
NMLS# 584211

Kari DeHart

VP Controller

Janet Behnke

VP WSC Operations

Beth Munnik

VP Operations

Brad Dassler

VP Business Services

Lindsay Hermann

VP Compliance

Lori Meyers

VP Audit & Risk

Cleveland State Bank Board of Directors

Birschbach, Michelle

2021 - Present

Vogel, Jerry

2021 - Present

Kracht, Allen D.

1994 - Present

Schueler, Timothy C.*

1999 - Present

Stuckmann, Dennis

2001 - Present

Woods, Debra

2017 - Present

Wurtz, Mark

1983 - Present

*Served as Bank President

Lorfeld, John*

1907 – 1912; 1916 – 1952

Klessig, Otto

1907 – 1915; 1928 – 1930

Kielsmeier, Fred A.

1907 – 1908; 1915 – 1926

Stoltenberg, Adolph

1907 – 1909; 1912 – 1915

Briemann, William

1907 – 1915

Schneider, Joseph D.*

1907 – 1908; 1911 – 1915

Belitz, William*

1907 – 1910

Stein, Joseph*

1909 – 1957

Lorfeld, Charles

1909 – 1912; 1936 – 1939

Douma, M. G.

1910 – 1911

Erdmann, A. B.*

1913 – 1924; 1927 – 1928

Jacobi, F. H.

1913 – 1915; 1929 – 1930

Lorfeld, David

1915 – 1935

Conrad, Rudolph

1916 – 1924

Lutze, Robert

1916 – 1927

Wiegand, Louis P.

1925 – 1932

Kamman, William

1925 – 1941

Boeger, William C.

1928 – 1929

Schmidt, Oscar*

1931 – 1961

Zill, Bruno

1931 – 1951

Lorfeld, Herbert

1933 – 1934; 1940 – 1983

Heckmann, Cranston F.*

1934 – 1990

Jacobi, Edward

1942 – 1974

Witte, Clarence E.

1952 – 1973

Klessig, Edwin

1953 – 1974

Stoltenberg, Earl A

1958 – 1974

Jaeger, Clarence

1961 – 1962

Jost, Ralph N.

1962 – 1992

Parker, Neil R.

1974 – 1977

Kolb, Charles F.*

1974 – 2021

Goodman, Richard D.

1978 – 1981

Vogel, Howard H.

1978 – 1993

Kammann, Rueben O.

1978 – 2000

Neeck, Robert G.

1981 – 1991

Schroeder, Mark G.

1991 – 1994

Grabow, Douglas Q.

1994 – 1998

Lombard, Dennis L.

1998 – 2002

Lester, Craig

2002 – 2003

Cline, Lyman

2003 – 2013

Laufenberg, John

2013 – 2016

*Served as Bank President

Giving Back to the Community

Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

CSB Scholarship
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