Cornhusker Bank’s Mission

How We Operate

Cornhusker Bank is more than just a financial institution. We’re your neighbor. As a member of the Lincoln area community for more than 100 years, Cornhusker Bank understands the Lincoln/Omaha Metroplex and how important trusted relationships are. No matter what your needs, our local ownership and decision makers are here to react and deliver quality solutions you can count on. Committed to your success is not just a goal, it’s how we live. Our 360 service model is focused on surrounding you with the best experience possible. We strive to continuously enhance your experience each and every day, in order to be “the bank of choice” for both our internal and external customers. Thank you for allowing us to serve you. We value the trust you have in our team at Cornhusker Bank. Stop by a branch some time and have a cup of coffee with us.


We exist to serve by providing solutions for lifelong success.


Cornhusker Bank’s vision is to be known as the bank of choice by delivering the most exceptional positive customer experience.


Integrity- our foundation

Service- our standard

Purpose- our reason

Commitment- our promise

Excellence- our distinction

Leadership- our future

Honor- our past, our present and our future

Core Values

  • Own it.
  • Care deeply.
  • Deliver the "WOW" experience.
  • Build positive relationships.
  • Do life together.


Committed to your success!


Doing Life Together!


At Cornhusker Bank we believe in the value and strength of relationships. That’s why our commitment to you is at the center of everything we do. We love the Lincoln/Omaha Metroplex. You’re part of our community, and we want to see you grow and prosper. We understand our success comes from living out our promises to our customers, our associates, and the community. “Committed to your success”…it’s how we do life together.



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Our Legacy

Cornhusker Bank’s legacy began in 1903, when Farmers State Bank was chartered in Davey, just north of Lincoln. The bank moved to Lincoln in 1960 and was renamed Cornhusker Bank, to better reflect the Nebraska values it embraces. Since that time, the bank has added multiple convenient branch and ATM locations around the city of Lincoln, as well as embraced technology to give you 24/7 online and mobile banking solutions. We are committed to providing you access to our services when and where you need them. It’s easy to find a location and method where you can get the financial solutions you need.



In December of 2016 the main office of Cornhusker Bank was moved from 11th and Cornhusker Highway to the new 5 story “Bank Center” at 8310 O Street. This newest Cornhusker Bank location allows all departments of the bank to be housed in the same location, creating exciting, innovative and efficient synergies for the community. As Lincoln and Omaha continue to merge into a Metroplex, Cornhusker Bank has opened a branch office in Omaha, and is developing strategies to serve the enlarging marketplace.



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Alice M. Dittman, October 1, 1930 - September 27, 2023

Alice graduated from Lincoln High School in 1948. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Nebraska College of Business. She completed the Harvard/Radcliffe Post Graduate Program in Business Administration in 1953. Alice married Marcus W. Dittman in 1955 at Saint Paul United Methodist Church. She especially valued her family, her Christian faith, the University of Nebraska, Alpha Xi Delta sorority, and P.E.O. Alice began working for Cornhusker Bank in 1948. She held every job in the bank from maintenance to President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the Board. Alice loved to see the bank’s customers succeed and its employees thrive. She established the Alice’s Integrity Loan Fund because she always desired to help others’ dreams come true. She believed that opportunity is everywhere around you and that problems are opportunities to improve.



Alice was a leader in promoting the professional advancement of both women and men throughout Nebraska. She served her community and state on many boards, and served as Chairman of: Bryan Hospital, Nebraska Bankers Association, Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, and the Nebraska State Chamber of Commerce. She was inducted into the Nebraska Business Hall of Fame in 1996 and was the Lincoln Journal Star Inspire Woman of the Year recipient in 2019.


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