Triad Bank is a locally-owned financial institution that opened its doors in 2005, after raising over $13 million dollars in less than two months through a private placement memorandum. Since that time, the bank has grown to over $570.4 MM in assets (December 2020); is currently rated a 5-Star bank by Bauer Financial, and continues to grow shareholder value one relationship at a time.
Triad Bank is a full-service financial institution established to provide a wide range of commercial and personal banking services to closely-held businesses, their owners, and families. Our platform is a relationship-based approach that gives our valued clients the comfort of knowing all of their banking needs will be satisfied by a single financial institution, from sophisticated cash management programs and working capital lines of credit, to a child’s first savings account.
Kennedy Hudson Chief Operations Officer, Triad Bank
Matthew Padberg Padberg, Corrigan and Appelbaum Chairman, Triad Bank
Timothy Barrett Biomedical Systems (Retired)
Paul Young American Family Insurance
Dr. Ronald Evans Vice Chairman, Triad Bank
James Regna CEO, Triad Bank
James T. Blair Moneta Group
Robert Ritter Gray Ritter & Graham
Bo Devereux Aegis Law
Lewis McKinney Complete Care Residential and Commercial Services
Harry Mueller Delta Group Electronics
Charlie Wiegers President, Triad Bank
Ken Callahan K. Callahan Development LLC
Brad Gilmore BWTP, P.C.
Tom Reed Axius Financial
Greg Rolwes Rolwes Company
Chris Schoenecker Roadside Systems
Aaron Walbrandt Walbrandt Technologies
CEO and Founder
COO and Founder
Executive Vice President – Commercial Lending
Chief Financial Officer
Regional President, Creve Coeur
In accordance with the latest guidance from the CDC, and state and local government agencies, we are modifying the Triad Bank mask policy for our employees and customers.
Effective immediately, Triad Bank’s mask mandate will be replaced by a public health advisory. It recommends that masks still be worn in indoor public settings. Masks will be provided if needed.
We respectfully ask all who are experiencing symptoms of COVID, a positive test, or exposure to someone with Covid not visit inside the building until you are non-symptomatic.