Lightning Bankers

Women holding lightning bug jar


One of the classic thrills of summer is chasing lightning bugs.  In parks, backyards, and meadows all over Wisconsin these little creatures bring their light and joy to summer evenings with their green/gold glow.  Whether you watch them from a distance, catch one in your hand, or fill a jar to keep in your room, these little creatures are amazing!

Lightning bugs are part of a large group of over 2,000 species of beetles that are found throughout the world. The unique mix of chemicals in their abdomens cause reactions that produce light, called bioluminescence, which the beetles use to communicate and attract mates.  This bioluminescence is a unique among Wisconsin wildlife. 

Like lightning bugs, Horicon Bankers bring light to the people and communities we serve through our fast, friendly service, great financial products, and convenient branches and online banking options. Our “Lightning Bankers” team excels at helping customers manage finances, make major purchases, grow businesses, and build their future.   

However, we’re especially proud of all that our team contributes outside of work hours. Beyond banking, our team of professionals thrive on being part of the fabric of communities we serve.  Whether members of community service clubs, faith-based organizations, or professional associations, Horicon Bank is honored to have so many staff who are leaders and volunteers in their community.  By sharing their time, talent and caring they help make our communities stronger and a little brighter. That’s why Horicon Bank does more than just serve our communities, we are part of them. 

Horicon Bank is the Natural Choice to help you and our community grow with business banking services, home equity lines of credit, savings accounts, CD’s, home loans and many other services available to help you achieve your personal, business, and financial goals. Horicon Bank is available to serve you anywhere on the map and online. Let’s get connected today!


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