Class of 2020 Makes the Best of it

8/10/2020 by Kathy Greer

Senior year is usually all about creating memories with the friends you have grown up with. Students look forward to attending prom, playing their last sports season, performing in their last spring musical, or even walking across the stage and throwing their cap at graduation.

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Goodbye to One LinkedIn Business Page; Hello to Another

8/5/2020 by Marilyn Titone Schaefer

Illinois National Bank had long answered to “INB.” But it wasn’t until last year that we made the name official.  And while we’ve changed the name, “Illinois National Bank” will always be an integral part of our history . . . so you’ll continue to hear us use it from time to time.

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INB Staff Happy to Open Branch Doors

8/3/2020 by Kathy Greer

You can’t see it behind our masks, but we’re smiling and thrilled to welcome you back to our branches!

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Home Work: INB Staff Tackles Renovation Projects

7/29/2020 by Rhonda Lash

When the stay-at-home orders were put into place, one question in many households: what are we going to do while stuck at home?

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Customers Encouraged to Trade in Coins

7/20/2020 by Marilyn Titone Schaefer

When I think about money, I don’t see coins. After all, it takes lots and lots of coins to equal one nice, neat pile of hundred dollar bills. If given a choice, I’ll take the cash over the coin! That’s not to say a pile of coins can’t be worth something. I learned recently that an old coffee can filled with coins can be worth $347 – and that’s after all the quarters were removed for trips to the car wash.

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