HURRICANE IRMA UPDATE- We're Open! Our Key West Simonton St, N Roosevelt Blvd, and Winn-Dixie Offices, Stock Island Office, Summerland Key Office, Big Pine Key Office, Marathon Office, Islamorada Office, Key Largo Office, and Key Largo Tradewinds Plaza Office are open from 9am - 3pm M-F; and our Key West-Simonton St and N Roosevelt Blvd Drive-Thrus as well as our Key West Winn-Dixie and Key Largo Tradewinds Plaza Offices will be open Saturday 9am-1pm. At this time, ATMs are available at all First State Bank Offices.

All Online Banking services are available. All transactions are being processed normally. Publix Presto! ATMs are free to customers.
First State Bank is working to reopen all branches as quickly as possible to help our customers and neighbors pending restoration of vital services.

We're Here To Help! Call us today:
Balance & Account Information: 305-293-0000. Available 24/7
Loan Inquiries: 305-296-8535 or 954-447-8210. Mon-Fri 8 am-6 pm; Sat 9 am-1 pm
Deposit Account Inquiries: 305-296-8535 or 954-447-8222. Mon-Fri 8 am-6 pm; Sat 9 am-1 pm
 
 

Blogs

FSB Donates to Island Dolphin Care

First State Bank's Nola Acker presents a check to Deena Hogeland for Island Dolphin Care in Key Largo.

Swipe to Win Grand Prize Winner!

Congratulations to our Grand Prize winner of our 'Swipe to Win Swipestakes' contest, John Mucci!

Congratulations also go out to second place winners of $500: Mike Gormley & Josh Nicklaus and to our third place winners of $250: Michelle Norwood, Karl Stahl, Ariel McCauley and the Key West Preschool Co-Op!  

FSB Congratulates Valle on Promotion

First State Bank of the Florida Keys congratulates Yeleini Valle on her promotion to Assistant Branch Operations Manager at the Bank’s Boulevard Branch.

Children’s Day Tradition Continued

First State Bank Volunteers at the 35th Annual Children’s Day Festival at Bayview Park in Key West (L-R) Rayleen Nungaray, Sergio Castillo,  Maria Rodriguez, Brittany Figueredo (kneeling, left), Moolah the Manatee, Yoshi Bujek, Lisbey Mira, Yaselin Rodriguez (kneeling, right), and Michelle Gil.

Children’s Day Tradition Continued

First State Bank Volunteers at the 35th Annual Children’s Day Festival at Bayview Park in Key West (L-R) Rayleen Nungaray, Sergio Castillo,  Maria Rodriguez, Brittany Figueredo (kneeling, left), Moolah the Manatee, Yoshi Bujek, Lisbey Mira, Yaselin Rodriguez (kneeling, right), and Michelle Gil.

Wagner Joins First State Bank

First State Bank of the Florida Keys welcomes JoAnn Wagner as Assistant Vice President/Marathon and Islamorada Branch Manager.

Wagner joins First State with over twenty-three years of Florida Keys Branch Management experience.

FSB Congratulates Madruga on Promotion

First State Bank of the Florida Keys congratulates Ani Madruga on her promotion to Senior Vice President / Market Lending Leader!

Lewin Celebrates 25 Years at FSB

First State Bank of the Florida Keys congratulates Kurt Lewin, Senior Vice President/Senior Lending Officer on his twenty-fifth anniversary with the Bank.

“Kurt’s experience, leadership, and extensive knowledge of the Keys market have been instrumental in helping countless locals achieve their dreams of business startup, acquisition, expansion, and home ownership,” said Karen Sharp, First State Bank of the Florida Keys President and CEO. 

FSB Helps "Stuff the Bus!"

First State Bank’s Islamorada team gathers donations for United Way’s “Stuff the Bus”.  First State Bank branches promoted and collected items for “Stuff the Bus”, a three day campaign for the community to stuff local buses with back-to-school supplies for needy students in Monroe County.

 

First State Bank Dances through the Decades

First State Bank of the Florida Keys is supporting the Coldwell Banker Schmitt Charitable Foundation’s (CWBSF) “Dancing through the Decades” fundraiser to be held September 10th at the Islander Resort in Islamorada.

The event will feature classic music from the 50’s through the millennium, costume prizes, and table vignettes from each decade to allow guests to take a stroll down memory lane.

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