Unison Bank recently opened a branch in Gilbert and will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony in September to celebrate the new branch.
The town of Gilbert is gaining a state-of-the-art branch of Unison Bank, now open for business and planning a celebration and ribbon cutting at 1:30-2:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at its 1835 E. Pecos Road location.
CEO Kelly Rachel and Arizona market president Sharon Miller will lead the new venue in Maricopa County. The new branch is replacing a previous branch that operated in Mesa. It will include high-end technology and function as a full-service location offering both personal and business accounts and loan operations.
The bank, formerly known as Stutsman County State Bank, is 50 years old and originated in Jamestown, South Dakota, in the 1960s. In 2006, the institution adopted its current name and opened offices in Arizona.