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This branch at 1600 N. Cotner Blvd. is one of two Cornhusker Bank plans to close.


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Cornhusker Bank has announced its intention to close two of its seven Lincoln branches.

The 118-year-old bank has announced it will close branches in North Lincoln at 1300 N. 27th St. and 1600 N. Cotner Blvd. June 11.

Barry Lockard, the bank’s president and CEO, said branch closures were a response to changing customer habits.

“We are consolidating due to the growing trend of our customers to use mobile and online banking,” Lockard said.

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He noted that while the coronavirus pandemic has not caused branch closures, it has accelerated customers’ transition to digital banking.

“People find using our mobile technology and online banking to be very convenient and time-saving,” Lockard said in an email.

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He said the bank felt comfortable closing these locations because they are close to others. The North 27th Street branch is a five-minute drive from the much larger branch at 1101 Cornhusker Highway, and the North Cotner branch is only minutes from the bank headquarters branch at 84th and O Street. .

Lockard said all employees at both branches are retained and will be assigned to other branches. This will ensure that there will be plenty of staff available to help people with things they might want to do in person, like financial planning and loan applications.

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