Founded by local farmers J. Earl Tanner and Fred D. Wilson, Andover State Bank opens for business on Main Street.
A bandit robs the bank and escapes with $400, but not before the cashier shoots the getaway car.
More than 300 Kansas banks close during the Great Depression. ASB is one of the few to thrive.
The bank moves to Andover Road. The old building is donated to the city and partly serves as the public library.
ASB begins offering customers a new way to bank: drive-through service.
ASB gets a new home — a two-story building promoted as Andover's first skyscraper.
A new branch opens in Wichita to serve more customers.
ASB is rebranded as a relationship-driven bank in an increasingly automated industry. The tagline becomes official: "Real. Personal. Service."
Allison Grace, great-granddaughter of the original founder, becomes president of ASB. The bank has doubled its assets in just five years.