Lake City Bank starts 150

WARSAW, Indiana, May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Lake City Bank celebrates its 150thth Anniversary Celebration, a one-year commemoration of the Bank’s history and commitment to the communities it serves. To commemorate the anniversary, the bank announced it would give $150,000 to Indiana community foundations in the form of $10,000 gifts to the 15 community foundations in the counties where the bank operates.

The Lake City Bank opened its doors on May 14, 1872 in Warsaw, Indiana, with assets of $60,000 and three employees. Today, Lake City Bank has $6.6 billion in assets, 52 branches and 625 employees across north and central Indiana.

“We are proud that Lake City Bank has had the same name on its door for 150 years. While the bank has grown over the past 150 years, we have remained a community bank at heart. The deep understanding we have of the communities we serve has been critical to our success,” said David M. Findlay, President and Chief Executive Officer.

“We live and work in the communities we serve, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our 200th anniversary than by supporting community foundations,” Findlay said. “Our Hoosier communities benefit from the support of local foundations and we are honored to support them.”

Lake City Bank, a $6.6 billion bank headquartered in Warsaw, Indiana, is the sixth largest headquartered bank in the state and the largest bank 100% invested in Indiana. Lake City Bank operates 52 branch offices in northern and central Indiana and provides customers and businesses with customer-centric, technology-enabled solutions. The bank is a subsidiary of Lakeland Financial Corporation (Nasdaq Global Select/LKFN). For more information, visit

Maria Horan
Director of Marketing and Public Relations
574 371-9280 office
574 377-9150 mobile
[email protected]

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