Town and County Bank to become Partnership Bank

Freeman Staff

Sept. 13, 2014

WAUKESHA - Town and Country Bank of Watertown is changing its name to Partnership Bank early next year.

Nate Salas, president, and Dave Frohling, chairman of Town and Country Bank, announced that the name change is expected to occur  upon the merger of the bank with First Bank in Ozaukee and Monroe counties.

When the restructuring is completed, the Partnership Bank family will have five offices in Wisconsin, located in Watertown, Cedarburg, Grafton, Mequon, and Tomah; hold $220 million in assets; and increase its legal lending capacity to approximately $5 million per borrower.