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Meet some of the Harlem Ambassadors
http://thecabin.net/news/2014-01-25/meet-some-harlem-ambassadors
Tickets can be purchased in advance at all Faulkner County First Security Bank, Simmons First National Bank, and Summit Bank branches. Tickets are also available at Gary Cox, CPA (811 Parkway); the and at the Faulkner County 

Bulletin Exclusive: Living in the shadow of cancer
http://www.baxterbulletin.com/article/20140125/NEWS01/301250034
Friends of Kelly and her family have set up an account at First Security Bank. Kelly is grateful to the community for the financial help she's already received. “This community has really helped me and my family,” Kelly said. “I can't even express the

Sanson begins campaign for County Treasurer
http://thecabin.net/news/local/2014-01-25/sanson-begins-campaign-county-treasurer
He was previously employed with First Security Bank and Merrill Lynch. Sanson has said that he running for the office because he “wanted to give back to his community and work for the citizens of Faulkner County.” His experience includes budgeting and 

Banking on Christmas joy
http://www.desototimes.com/articles/2014/01/22/news/doc52b8ea2d1877a920563437.txt
First Security Bank Branch Manager Pat Dorr and the Eloise McClinton Head Start Center have partnered together for nearly 20 years to find a needy family and buy Christmas gifts for the kids. This year, Amberlynn Bratton and her four children are

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First Security Bank opens new banking center

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (Sept. 27, 2017) First Security Bank is now open for business at its newest banking center in Evansville, Ind. located at 10 N Fulton Avenue. The banking center brings a new experience to First Security Bank customers including more accessible tellers, collaborative workspace and a technology bar to support customer’s online banking needs while in the banking center.

It is also the first banking center in the First Security footprint to launch with the bank’s new brand, illustrating its fresh new approach to community banking.

“The Fulton Avenue banking center brings a new First Security Bank experience, and will make our commitment to Evansville concrete and focused on our customers. As the bank that’s got your back, we believe this new location and an excited First Security team will help us grow with the Evansville community we love,” said President and CEO Michael F. Beckwith. “Walking into the banking center you can feel the energy and the collaborative spirit with our team and space.

First Security Bank to receive Community Partnership Award

President and CEO for First Security Bank Tim Coleman praises the school district, saying that it is “successful,” and the teachers are committed. 

“I think we see that every day,” Coleman said. “They work hard for our kids.”

He said his team is “humbled by the fact that we’re receiving the award.”  The Foundation extols the bank for his involvement in the community, but Coleman is modest — saying that the bank doesn’t get involved in hopes to get awards. He added his team loves the community, and “we are part of it.” 

The bank gets involved within the community, he said, because it is the right thing to do. He believes the Mountain Home community has certain entities that are vital to the success of any community. 

“We’re so fortunate in Mountain Home to have the school system that we’ve got,” he said. “And, again, I think it’s a very vital part of a growing community.”