Sturgis Bank

Sturgis Bank

We’re your community bank, and we value each opportunity to serve you. 

Contact us using our easy online form, call or visit us at one of our 18 hometown locations in Southwest Michigan, or check out our Knowledge Center for tips and insights to support your financial decision making. We’re here to make banking easier for everyone in our community with personal, friendly service.

Our Bank is guided by a Board of Directors who are committed to the success of our communities.


Mission: Sturgis Bank will make decisions that benefit our four stakeholders: shareholders, employees, customers, and community members.

Vision: Sturgis Bank is a one-stop shop for financial success, providing quick responses and the most innovative suite of products in community banking.

Values: Home ~ Integrity ~ Growth ~ Honesty ~ Excellence ~ Service ~ Teamwork


Executive Leadership Team

 Jason Hyska
Chief Executive Officer

 Matt Scheske
President and
Chief Operating Officer

Brian Hoggatt Brian Hoggatt
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Tracey Parker Tracey Parker
Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer


The History of Sturgis Bank & Trust Company


The Sturgis Building and Loan Association is founded


The Sturgis Building and Loan Association became Sturgis Savings and Loan, at that time located in the center of downtown Sturgis at 107 East Chicago Road


A new facility was built on the corner of East Chicago Drive and South Monroe Street


Leonard Eishen began his career with the company as CEO and kicked off the bank's expansion

The White Pigeon branch opened

The Three Rivers branch opened

The Colon branch opened


The Board decided to move from the state-chartered Sturgis Savings and Loan to Sturgis Federal Savings Bank, a federally chartered bank


The new Colon branch was built on South Blackstone Avenue


The second Sturgis branch opened, located on South Centerville Road


The first South Haven branch opened, located on the corner of Phoenix Street and Broadway Street


The Bank saw an opportunity to diversify its services by offering trust, investment, and title subsidiaries, so SB&TC returned to a state-chartered bank and renamed itself Sturgis Bank & Trust Company

Our Sturgis facility on the corner of East Chicago Drive and Monroe Street went through a 15,000-square-foot expansion

The Bronson branch opened


The Centreville branch opened

The Climax branch opened


The South Haven branch moved to a new location on M-140

Eric Eishen was appointed CEO and President of Sturgis Bank and Trust Company


The second South Haven branch opened, located on Center Street


The Bangor branch opened


The Portage Loan Processing Center opened, our first location in the Portage community


The downtown Saint Joseph branch opened, the first branch to open as a part of our western market expansion into Berrien County

The second Saint Joseph location opened, located on Cleveland Avenue


The Sturgis Main branch underwent a major renovation, transforming the main lobby. Oakleaf Financial Services' office space, and executive conference room


Jason Hyska, CEO, and Matt Scheske, COO, took over the leadership of Sturgis Bank and Trust

The Portage Creekside branch opened, our first full-service banking center in the Portage community

The Marshall branch opened and transitioned to a full-service banking center shortly after

The South Haven branch on M- 140 moved to a new site on M-43

The Niles branch opened

The Battle Creek Loan Processing Center opened


Eric Eishen retires from Sturgis Bank and Sturgis Bancorp

Jason Hyska appointed President and CEO of Sturgis Bancorp by the Board of Directors, in addition to his role as CEO of Sturgis Bank