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Edward Boyken

Edward Boyken joined the Bank in 1934, being elected as assistant cashier in 1935, cashier in 1939, and serving in that position until January of 1959 at which time he was elected President and continued to serve as President through October, 1982. At that time, Edward Boyken was elected to serve as Chairman of the Board. During the time that he has been with the Bank, he has seen it through 4 major remodeling projects, and has seen the Bank grow from assets of about $300,000.00 to the present $100,000,000. Also, during this time the Bank has gone from a manual bookkeeping system to the computer age. Edward Boyken continues to be active in the affairs of the Bank, providing much wisdom as the result of his many years of active banking experience.

Ed Boyken - 2003
Ed Boyken - 2003

Ed Boyken - 1984
Ed Boyken - 1984

Ed Boyken - 50th year in banking - 1984
Ed Boyken during his 50th anniversary in Banking - 1984

Ed Boyken in his office after the 1973 remodel
Ed Boyken in the new president's office after the 1973 remodel.

Ed Boyken at work in his office in 2003
Ed Boyken - in his office in September of 2003.

Ed Boyken at work in the 1940's
Titonka Savings Bank interior during the 1940's. Picture (from left to right) are: Art Boyken, Ed Boyken, William Boyken, and Mary Anne Nordman (Van Weelden).

3 Generations of Boykens at TSB Bank
Edward, Allan, and Aaron Boyken - 1998 during the Titonka Centennial year.

3 Generations of Boykens at TSB Bank
Directors Quentin, Allan, and Edward Boyken and Technology Officer Aaron Boyken - 1998 during the Titonka Centennial Year.

Ed Boyken - 1998 during the Titonka Centennial with the first money spent in Titonka
Edward Boyken is pictured here duruing the Titonka Centennial year in 1998. Ed is holding the first coin spent in the town of Titonka. The envelope has the inscription: "This $1/2 dollar was given to Al Falkenhainer Nov. 8, 1898 by T.A. Way for cigars. The first money spent in the new town of Titonka."