In the heart of the Jackson Purchase in May of 1875, FNB Bank, Inc. was founded as the First National Bank of Mayfield with a capitalization of $100,000. The Bank was established by Major Henry S. Hale, who became the first Bank president. Succeeding Major Hale as presidents were D...Read more
Since the beginning, FNB has always remained as a dominate fixture on Mayfield’s historic court square. The original building, on the corner of Seventh and Broadway, was remodeled in 1921 and burned in 1936.
1964, a major addition was built. (During the 1980’s, FNB made several updates to the Main Office facility.)
In 1983, FNB Bank was purchased by Jackson Financial Corporation, a one-bank holding company established by former President, Mr. Frederick Blume. The corporation was named after the Jackson Purchase region of Kentucky. In 2007, a new ownership group made up of local investors purchased all stock of Jackson Financial Corporation..Read more
In April 1985, FNB opened a new Drive-In Complex and was followed by the opening of the first Drive-Up ATM in August of 1988.
Over the years, FNB Bank acquired three Banks in the area, including City National Bank, Farmer’s Bank of Mayfield, and the Bank of Farmington in 1987. As a result of these acquisitions, FNB began to grow throughout Graves County. This growth helped set the stage to expand the bank into..Read more
FNB opened a Loan Production Office in November 1998, at its current location, 630 Jefferson Street in Paducah, Kentucky.
In January 1999, FNB expanded its facilities beyond the city limits of Mayfield into the city of Wingo, located in Graves County at 52 Exchange Street. This expansion was a result of the only bank in Wingo closing after selling to another financial organization. FNB continues to be the only..Read more
In 2005, FNB’s former President, Ted Hudson and Board of Directors made the decision to change the bank’s charter from a national charter to a state charter. With this change, First National Bank was required by law to change the name of the corporation by removing the word “National” from..Read more
On May 30, 2008, FNB’s Board of Directors, local officials and executive management broke ground on the new main office building in downtown Mayfield next door to its existing Main Office. In addition, to better accommodate customers, FNB installed a new 24-Hour Drive-Up ATM on the south side of Mayfield,..Read more
One year after breaking ground, during May of 2009, the employees of the Mayfield Main office moved into the new beautiful building located at 101 East Broadway. The banking facility allowed for all operations, administrative and retail employees to be housed under one roof, which improved communication and accessibility for..Read more
On April 28, 2010, FNB announced the purchase of the Mayfield and Cadiz, Kentucky locations of Integra Bank. On Monday, September 27, 2010, Integra Bank’s offices in Mayfield, located at 408 East Broadway and in Cadiz, located at 2558 Main Street and 1197 Canton Road opened their doors as FNB..Read more
On Saturday, May 9th, 2015, FNB held a community wide celebration in honor of its 140th Birthday. The 140th Birthday Block Party was held at the Mayfield Main Office, located at 101 East Broadway. The event was for all ages and offered a variety of giveaways and door prizes, in..Read more
In September 2017, FNB Bank announced its purchase of the Mayfield Messenger building, located at 201 N. Eighth Street. FNB planned to renovate the building that the Messenger had called home since 1979 and use it for a new Operations Center. In February 2018, renovations were completed on the new..Read more
For 144 years, FNB has taken pride in being locally owned, locally operated and committed to the communities we serve. FNB has developed a rich tradition in banking wherein it remains as the 7th oldest bank in the state of Kentucky. As of today, FNB operates eight offices located in..Read more
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