Midwest BankCentre Completes Interior Renovation of Branch in Arnold, Mo

Midwest BankCentre Arnold BankCentre Leader Cristy Heuer (with scissors), flanked by Senior Vice President Suzanne Scherrer (immediately left) and other branch staff, bank leaders and bank board members prepare to cut the ribbon celebrating the grand re-opening of the bank’s newly remodeled Arnold branch on June 10. The bank is celebrating its 25th anniversary of serving the Arnold community.
Midwest BankCentre Arnold BankCentre Leader Cristy Heuer (with scissors), flanked by Senior Vice President Suzanne Scherrer (immediately left) and other branch staff, bank leaders and bank board members prepare to cut the ribbon celebrating the grand re-opening of the bank’s newly remodeled Arnold branch on June 10. The bank is celebrating its 25th anniversary of serving the Arnold community.

Milestone 25th Anniversary of Banking Service to Arnold Community

Midwest BankCentre has completed the renovation of its bank lobby and interior at 1950 Richardson Road in Arnold, Mo., coinciding with its 25th anniversary of serving Arnold customers and businesses.

According to Branch Manager Cristy Heuer, the highlight of the refreshed space is a new community room equipped with a big-screen TV, WiFi access and a whiteboard. The room, which can accommodate up to 15 people, is available free of charge to community groups. In addition, Midwest BankCentre installed new computer stations for customers.

“Just from word-of-mouth, we already have our first community room booking,” noted Heuer, a Jefferson County native. “The fact that groups can meet here after regular bank hours is going to be appealing. To make that possible, we invested in an electronic security system that permits meeting-goers to use the kitchen and the community room while restricting access to other areas of the bank.”

The Richardson Road branch is one of four Midwest BankCentre locations in Jefferson County. Its other branches in the county are in Crystal City, DeSoto and Imperial.

Gray Design Group served as architect, with R.G. Ross Construction Co., Inc. as the general contractor.

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