About Central Bank of Sedalia
In 1883 when Central Bank of Sedalia was organized, Sedalia was a thriving community with two major railroad lines and two lesser lines that intersected here. The convergence of the rail lines made Sedalia the focus of trade for central Missouri. Central Bank survived the depressions and financial panics that closed other banks and, today, remains safe, strong and secure.
Central Bank is an integral part of Sedalia, Pettis County and the surrounding communities. Not only has it been serving customers with sound financial advice and responsible banking for more than 133 years, but it also contributes thousands of dollars annually to nonprofit organizations and their projects. It helps support area schools, local food banks, Boys and Girls Clubs and many more organizations. Central Bank employees and officers are not only leaders of the community who contribute countless hours volunteering, they are your friends and neighbors.
While Central Bank of Sedalia is proud of its past, it remains highly dedicated to the future by providing its customers with state of the art banking products as well as a heartfelt commitment to the community in which it serves.