Tag: LetonsLetters



Letters From Leton: Need A Pair Of Pants?

As a young banker, I had a wonderful mentor in Bill Clements, a progressive banker who in many ways was ahead of his times. However, I was also blessed to have many other professional influences in my life, especially our Bank Board. William Kanto who was a great influencer on the establishment of Lenowisco and… Read more »







Letters From Leton: It’s Nine O’clock Somewhere!

Last week I had the opportunity to travel to Austin, Texas to attend the American Bankers Association’s (ABA) Summer Leadership Conference. Bank CEOs, leaders of state Bankers Associations and ABA staff spent time discussing legislative, regulatory, cyber security, COVID and other issues impacting our industry. The all-day sessions were thorough and very informative (what you… Read more »











Letters From Leton: Fessing Up

Earlier in my life I was a hero. I was a pioneer. I was “Daniel Boone”. Inspired by Fess Parker’s portrayal of Daniel Boone in the 1960’s, my cousins and I would play “Daniel Boone and family”  – me as Daniel and my cousins as other members of the show. We played with old kettles, pots,… Read more »