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Business Description
Nineteen hundred and nine was a special year. It was a time before coast to coast telephone service, airmail, World War I, and before many products such as electric refrigerators, television, radio, copy machines, calculators, electronic banking, tape recorders, nylon, and ball-point pens became a part of every day life. There were 90,492,000 people in the 46 states. William Howard Taft was inaugurated as the 27th President of the United States. During the first year of Taft's administration 700,000 acres of government lands were opened to settlers in Washington, Montana, and Idaho. On June 6, 1909, a group of men met in the office of Granade and Granade, Attorneys, for the purpose of organizing a bank. Originally called Chatom State Bank, the charter was filed July 1, 1909, with a capital stock of $25,000 and 250 shares at $100 per share. The following were named as presiding officers of the newly organized bank: James N. Granade, President; Oscar L. Gray, Vice President; C. T. McCorquodale, Secretary; and M. L. Smith, Cashier. Business of the bank was first conducted in the tax assessor's office in the Washington County Courthouse and continued there until 1914.
Business History
On July 19, 1986, Chatom State Bank changed its name to First Community Bank to reflect the bank's growth and service to communities in both Washington and Mobile counties. As of December 31, 2012, FCB had total assets exceeding $316 million and nine offices to serve you. The bank has services available to accommodate all customers' needs both large and small. Personal service is provided at all locations in a friendly manner. FCB has succeeded by offering outstanding banking services while still maintaining its commitment to customer service and personal attention, a combination that sets First Community Bank apart from the typical banking practices of today. We have become a successful bank by treating our customers like people, rather than account numbers, and by offering personal service and quick local decisions on loans. While we will most certainly continue to grow, customer satisfaction will always remain our "First" priority.

Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

Martin Luther King Day


Banking Services: -Online Banking & Bill Pay -eStatements -Mobile Banking & Mobile Deposit -Apple Pay -Bank-to-Bank Transfers -Telephone Banking -Additional Services


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