Big News at First National Bank!

There are a lot of exciting things happening at First National Bank these days.  Keep reading to learn more about the biggest project that will soon be underway…

First National Bank Plans Expansion in Findlay

Pandora, OH – February 1, 2011: First National Bank of Pandora is pleased to announce the future site of its newest full service banking center at 1114 Trenton Avenue, Findlay, OH, west of I75 at the intersection of SR 224 and County Road 300.  Todd Mason, President and CEO of First National, is excited about the opportunities this expansion will provide Bank clients.

“Our decision to expand will give new clients on the west side of Findlay a great option for their personal and business banking, and it will also be a benefit to existing clients because it makes banking with First National ank even more convenient.  This new location complements our existing location at 630 Tiffin Avenue and means Findlay area residents and small business owners are only a few minutes from a First National banking center.”

 The new banking center will be located between Shell Oil and Streacker Tractor Sales on Trenton Avenue with direct access off Buckeye Lane.  R.D. Neff and Associates, a local architect, will design the branch and team with a local general contractor to complete construction of the building.  Construction is expected to start in June.  The bank is making every effort to use local firms and contractors for the project, and Mason hopes the positive economic impact of this project on the community continues after the new banking center opens its doors.

 “Our ultimate goal is to deliver quality service and provide financial solutions to the communities we serve. This new addition to our branch network will help us meet this goal.”

 First National Bank of Pandora was founded in 1919 in Pandora, Ohio.  The Bank currently operates three full-service branches in Pandora, Bluffton and Findlay and serves the communities located in and around Putnam, Allen and Hancock Counties.

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