Dacotah Bank is uniquely nimble as a state-chartered bank and locally impactful through Give Where We Live. Dacotah Bank provides banking, insurance, mortgage, and trust and wealth management services to customers who enjoy existing financial relationships with us.
Dacotah Bank actively promotes employees’ support for communities, whether financial or deed-oriented. Giving and serving is consistent with Dacotah Bank’s cultural history and current mission, vision and values. Providing our associates with the “voice” to determine how the organization allocates charitable giving, on a local level, is a key initiative.
The year 1882 is notable for several reasons:
Also, on a sultry fall day in 1882, B.C. Lamont disembarded a train in Brown County, Dakota Territory, and walked into the newly platted town of Aberdeen with just $15 in his pockets.
Besides succeeding in real estate and mortgage banking, this frontier businessman later in life mentored three men who would found one of the largest independent banking systems in the Upper Great Plains.
The timeline below recounts the history of that banking system.
We also market these services to prospective customers residing in or doing business from our defined trade area. Dacotah Bank's trade area includes: