TSB Bank continues to make strides in the road to recovery from the disastrous fire that occurred at its Titonka Office location on Sunday Morning, April 15th 2012.
All fall of 2012 and this winter, construction work on a new banking office has been in progress. We have been blessed with good weather and have experienced very few weather delays as the project has progressed. As of this writing, the exterior walls and the roof trusses are all in place and we all can now see what the external shape of the building will be. The roof has been water proofed and windows have been installed. Since the new building has been “buttoned up”, the last several weeks have seen a lot of progress in the interior of the new building. This coming week work is scheduled to begin on the concrete floor. Once the floor is in place work will begin on the interior walls.
All of us here at TSB & Boyken Insurance Agency, Inc. are excited to see the new building take shape and we are anxiously awaiting the day when we can move into our new banking & insurance facility. Our new facility will also have space for D. K. Arndt CPA to provide tax services in the Titonka Area Community.
Please remember that while the Titonka Office of the Titonka Savings Bank is presently located at its “more permanent temporary location” of 47 2nd Avenue NW in Titonka, Boyken Insurance Agency, Inc. is temporarily located in the south end of the Titonka Consolidated School building under the gym as the school has graciously provided us with the opportunity to rent a portion of their facility that is not currently being utilized. Also, D.K. Arndt, CPA is currently providing Tax Service at the same school location.
I want to again thank our entire banking and insurance staff for their continued support, long hours and extra efforts they continue to put forth, working as a team, to make possible all that we continue to accomplish.
Also, we continue to cherish and appreciate the support and prayers from our customers and from many others in our communities. We also appreciate their patience and understanding as we make do in our present locations.
Allan J. Boyken,