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On behalf of the American National Bank team, thank you for your continued trust and patience over the past few months as we adapted to a new banking experience, with the health and safety of our employees, clients and the community in mind.

Our lobby will be reopening on Monday, July 6, with your continued safety in mind. Things will look a little bit different, but we are here to serve you with the same personal service as always.

Some of the changes you will notice in the lobby:

When you arrive:

Please feel free to continue using our drive-up services from 8am to 5:30pm, and online and mobile banking any time. We are also happy to work with you by phone (920-739-1040) or email ( Let us know how we can best serve you!


Clients of American National Bank:

For over 27 years, American National Bank has been dedicated to serving our clients’ needs, and during this challenging time, we are steadfast in our service and support to you.

We don’t anticipate interruption in providing key services to our clients. The bank has business continuity protocols to continue providing service during emergency situations. Our employees are aware of best practices in preventing the spread of viruses, and we continue to monitor information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to remain current and will continue to update our clients and employees as things evolve with COVID-19, Coronavirus

American National Bank is extremely well positioned for times like these; we maintain strong capital and liquidity levels, have great asset quality, and we have a dedicated team of bankers who are responsive and will stay focused on serving our clients. Please reach out with any questions or concerns regarding your banking relationship.

Thank you for your trust in American National Bank, as your banking partner.

President | CEO
American National Bank Fox Cities


We exist to help you beat the odds. We are your banking partner, and we are working extremely hard to connect our clients with the resources they need to get through these unprecedented times. We understand that our business clients all have a wide range of financial needs based on circumstances, and we are anxious to be able to help you with your specific needs. During this time, we are receiving a high volume of inquiries, as you can imagine. We really appreciate your patience as our business banking team navigates through these new changes and responds to inquires as quickly as they can.

To help you get the answers you need faster, we created the COVID-19 HELP FOR SMALL BUSINESS landing page on our website with information and links to check out resources and apply online, topics like the SBA LOAN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM, FRAUD MITIGATION, etc. are covered. I encourage you to explore the resources on this page, and if you have questions, we are here to help.


Many homeowners and renters are experiencing the financial impacts of Coronavirus, or COVID-19. We’re here to help. If Fannie Mae owns your mortgage loan, or if you’re a tenant in a multifamily rental property financed by Fannie Mae, there may be relief options for you HERE. Let us know if you have any questions, we are here to help.

We continue to offer other options to serve your banking needs:


We encourage you to manage your accounts from home using our online and mobile banking platforms for personal and business banking. With these services you can safely view transactions, check balances, make payments, deposit checks and more.


Our drive-thru services remain available during regular business hours, 8:00am – 5:30pm and offer most banking services. Customers may also continue to use the night deposit box.


As always, you are welcome to call us at 920-739-1040. Please note, you may experience an extended wait time due to higher call volume than usual. Your patients is greatly appreciated. Alternatively, you are welcome to send us an email at and we will respond to your needs as soon as possible.

Keep up-to-date on developments from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by visiting the About Coronavirus Disease 2019 and CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions and Answers webpages.

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