Financial & Banking
Green Bay, WI 54301
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More than 100 years ago, Denmark State Bank was founded in the Denmark community, and relied on the trust and hard work of its customers to be successful. With the passage of time, much has changed within the bank — technology has increased the availability of services offered to customers; locations have been added in local communities; and employees and customers have been added to the bank.
One thing remains the same. The dedicated focus on serving the hard-working people of Northeast Wisconsin. Whether you’re a small business owner, a farmer, a student, a long-time member of the community, or if you have recently moved to Northeast Wisconsin. Denmark State Bank prides itself on giving every single person their utmost attention and respect when they walk into, call over, or send an email to the bank.
Greenleaf, WI 54126
Mon – Thurs: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Mon – Thurs: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sat: 8:30am – 12:00 noon
Wayside State Bank was founded in 1911 in Wayside Wisconsin, and shortly after Greenleaf State Bank in 1913 in Greenleaf, Wisconsin. In December of 1970, newly appointed President, David W. Krutz merged the two Banks to form what is currently known as Greenleaf Wayside Bank. In 1979, a new building was constructed in Wayside replacing the outdated 68-year old structure. In February 1992, our main office opened in Greenleaf. To better serve the community, our third office was opened in Wrightstown in February 2004.
Community leaders Dave Krutz, James Kiekhaefer, Terry Lardinois, David Krutz, Bonnie Van De Hey, Mark Harrison, and Tom Paroubek form our current Board of Directors and have supported the communities’ ever changing financial needs for many years. Our current staff consists of twenty employees whose dedication, loyalty, and outstanding support play a significant role in the growth and development of Greenleaf Wayside Bank. Community involvement and dedicated people working together bond our community for a strong successful future.
Unison Credit Union was founded in 1932 as Thilmany Credit Union; established to serve Thilmany Mill’s employees and their families. At that time, the credit union, operating out of a small room in the mill, was strictly run by volunteer employees of the mill. The credit union provided Thilmany employees a place to save and borrow at a time when the nation’s financial confidence was at an all-time low. (image courtesy Thilmany Papers)
In 1975 we changed our name to Kaukauna Credit Union and grew from offering only savings and loans to a full service financial institution. Our field of membership was expanded to include residents of the City of Kaukauna.
As we continued to grow, our field of membership changed over the years to include those living or working in Outagamie, Calumet, Brown and Manitowoc Counties and the cities and townships of Neenah and Menasha in Winnebago County. We currently have five locations in Kaukauna, Little Chute, Wrightstown and De Pere; as well as a student branches in both Kaukauna High School.
In order to welcome all members under one banner, Kaukauna Credit Union became Unison Credit Union in 2002. We continue to keep alive the dream held by our founders and, although we have grown over the years, serving members is still our first priority.