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Moving forward and giving back
Discover how Bank Champaign has supported Creg McDonald during his 28-year relationship with the bank, from his work in commercial development to residential real estate.

FAQs: Online Banking

Get info about adding new accounts and electronic vs. paper statements.

5 steps to estimating your net worth
Senior VP John Clausen , JD, CFP, explains why it’s helpful to know your net worth and shares a quick 5-step process to calculate it. 

Newest Postgraduate Scholarship winner
Learn why former U of I softball player Nicole Evans earned Bank Champaign’s 2017 scholarship to support work on her graduate degree. 

Letter from the Chairman
Comments from L. Dean Clausen, Chairman of the Board, Bank Champaign

Remembering Page Parkhill
We are saddened to note the passing in January of our longtime Director, Page Parkhill. 

Kelly Donahue was recently promoted to Assistant Vice President—Credit Administration.
Kelly started at the bank as a full-time teller in January 2000. She has worked as an administrator in both the mortgage and commercial loan departments, originated mortgage loans and most recently served as Credit Administration Officer. A graduate of Parkland College and Eastern Illinois University, Kelly resides in Sidney with her husband, Evan, and their two dogs, Piper and Maggie.
Justin Burrell has assumed the role of Commercial Loan Associate and is also responsible for Treasury Service Sales.
Justin joined the bank in August 2014 and began working closely with Steve Little and his clients prior to Steve’s retirement in 2017. He will be attending the American Bankers Association’s Commercial Lending School in May. Originally from Neoga, he earned an associate degree from Lake Land College and a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University. Justin lives in Champaign with his wife, Katie, and son, Eli.
Bank assists family after Hurricane Harvey
A young family of three in Houston, Texas who lost everything in Hurricane Harvey is grateful for more than $4,000 donated by bank employees and directors. 

Tips on maintaining financial records

With tax preparation season underway, it’s a good time to think about how you store important financial records. 

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