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My Time at First Southern National Bank: Kathy Bowling

2020-08-25T14:42:04+00:00August 20th, 2020|

After 38-years of service, Kathy Bowling, will be retiring as Branch Manager at the end of August from our Richmond Branch. When did you start your career at FSNB? June 1982 What makes First Southern Special to you? There are so many things that make First Southern special to me, but I think

My Time at First Southern National Bank: Betty Mitchell

2020-08-25T14:42:04+00:00August 20th, 2020|

After 48-years of service, Betty Mitchell will be retiring at the end of August from our Princeton Main Branch as Branch Operations Manager. When did you start your career at FSNB? I started in October 1972. What makes First Southern Special to you? The wonderful customers that I have met throughout the years and my

First Southern’s Thompson Named Head Coach at Logan County High School

2020-08-25T15:01:09+00:00August 11th, 2020|

Congratulations to Nathan Thompson, Property Evaluator, for being named Head Boys' Basketball Coach at Logan County High School! While working at First Southern throughout his adult life, Nathan has coached basketball at the semiprofessional level for the Bowling Green Hornets, as well as at the high school level for both local schools. He

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First Southern Offers Scholarship Program at EKU

2020-08-05T14:41:57+00:00August 5th, 2020|

Every year First Southern National Bank awards up to five scholarships to high-achieving banking students that attend Eastern Kentucky University. The scholarship program allows students to graduate from college with a professional level of knowledge in banking, positioning them for a vast array of banking careers. While many universities offer Finance as a concentration, First Southern National

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First Southern Partners with Economic Recovery Team in Hopkinsville

2020-07-17T19:12:22+00:00July 17th, 2020|

First Southern Partners with Economic Recovery Team in Hopkinsville In an effort to assist small businesses in Christian County and the surrounding communities with access to capital for operations, First Southern is proud to be a part of the Economic Recovery Team. Created in partnership with various local financial institutions and agencies, the

Russellville Branch Honored with Beautification Award

2020-08-25T15:15:19+00:00July 8th, 2020|

The Logan County Beautification Committee awarded First Southern National Bank their first-ever award in the commercial business category. Pictured above from left to right, Keith Batchelor, Kay Phillips, Carla Anderson, Lisa Haley-Miller, Keith Cox, Tracey Gilbert, Holli Black, Valerie Wood, and John Brett Reynolds. On Wednesday, July 1st, the Logan County

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Member FDIC. What Does that Mean for You As a Customer?

2020-08-07T19:16:07+00:00June 29th, 2020|

First Southern National Bank, is a member of the FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation). But what does that mean for you? What does this mean for you as a customer? Since 1933, no depositor has ever lost a penny of FDIC-insured funds. Today, the FDIC insures up to $250,000 per depositor per FDIC-insured bank.

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Warren County Natives Join First Southern National Bank

2020-06-29T20:22:21+00:00June 29th, 2020|

First Southern National Bank is pleased to announce two new hires to join the Bowling Green Branch located at 1214 Ashley Circle. Quinten Curry and Chris Hood, both Warren County natives, will serve the community in Loan and Business Development roles. “We are thrilled to have Chris and Quinten join our Business Development team,” says Rebeca

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First Southern Stories: Local Teacher + 3D Printer = Communities Served

2020-07-08T17:48:28+00:00June 26th, 2020|

Our customer, and local teacher, Chris Woolums, shares how First Southern National Bank partnered with him to help serve our Kentucky communities in impactful ways during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stanford Elementary Teacher Chris Woolums felt called to use his expertise in 3D printing to help provide PPE for those facing COVID-19 around

What To Do With Your Stimulus Check

2021-01-04T17:19:58+00:00April 22nd, 2020|

As 2020 has shown us with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the unexpected can come along at any time. To assist those affected, this spring the federal government has approved a $2 trillion stimulus package to support Americans during this time. In December, it was confirmed that around round of COVID-19 stimulus payments would

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