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.

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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
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Giving Back Is Key

First State Bank of the Florida Keys congratulates Robert Murrell on his promotion to Senior Vice President, Senior Loan Administration Officer.

Students from Poinciana Elementary’s Pelican Adventures toured the main branch of First State Bank of the Florida Keys as part of their summer recreation program. 

 

First State Bank of the Florida Keys recently donated water balloons and other splash toys to the Key Largo School Summer Recreation Program to use at their end of camp celebration.

“First State Bank appreciates the opportunity to contribute to the kids’ wet and wild day,” said Nola Acker, First State Bank Treasury Management Representative II. “We compliment the program’s teachers on their dedication to providing such a fun summer activity. While it was tempting to join in the water works, we did manage to escape without getting soaked.” 

Shana Casey, First State Bank of the Florida Keys’ Vice President, Lower Keys Senior Manager, was awarded the Terry Miller Memorial Service Above Self Award by the Big Pine and Lower Keys Rotary Club.

With over 35 years in the banking and mortgage industries, Casey joined First State Bank in 1999 as Assistant Vice President, Big Pine Branch Manager. 

Laura Griffin, BSA/Fraud Coordinator, is celebrating her twentieth anniversary with First State Bank of the Florida Keys.

Griffin joined First State Bank as a Teller at the Main Branch in 1997, was promoted to Lead Teller in 1998, Teller/Customer Service Representative/Teller Trainer in 2004, Operations Administrative Assistant in 2006, and to her current role in 2013.  Additionally, she was named an Employee of the Quarter in 2004.

Doria Goodrich, First State Bank of the Florida Keys Executive Vice President and Personal Banking Officer, is celebrating forty years with the Bank.

A native of Key West, Doria began her career with First State Bank as a Proof Clerk after graduating from Mary Immaculate High School. During the years that followed, she served in a variety of positions including Customer Service Representative, Lead Teller, Branch Manager and Senior Vice President/Key West Regional Manager before assuming her current position.

First State Bank of the Florida Keys congratulates Joy Wilson on her promotion to Assistant Vice President, Residential Loan Officer, and Peggy Hamilton on her promotion to Assistant Vice President, Corporate Administration Officer.

Wilson joined First State Bank in 2014 with over thirty years of banking and lending experience in the Middle Keys community. 

First State Bank of the Florida Keys congratulates Susan Larson, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Compliance and BSA Officer, and Lori Henriquez, Loan Servicing Supervisor, on their twenty-fifth anniversaries with the Bank.

 

First State Bank of the Florida Keys donated over 60 reusable grocery bags to the Key West Fire Department to help them Go Green. Firefighters from all three Key West stations visit the grocery store regularly to purchase supplies for their shifts. These bags will go a long way towards helping to reduce the department’s environmental footprint and set a great example for eco-friendly best practices.

Our volunteers at the 24th Annual Pigeon Key Art Festival on February 4th. The event offers art and historical elements, entertainment, and children’s activities with educational programming, highlighting the Pigeon Key Foundation’s important preservation, research and marine biology projects.

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