FNB Bank Celebrates Grand Opening of New Site in West Oxford – The Oxford Eagle

FNB celebrated its new branch, located at 2770 George G. “Pat” Patterson Parkway, with a grand opening from 1 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. The event included “Popsicles on the Parkway” and a live broadcast with radio station Q105, open to the public.

The location caters to nearly all banking needs for personal and business accounts, including consumer loans managed by Branch Manager Lauren Pace.

Pace has worked with FNB since 2014, starting as a bank teller. She would go on to become the Universal Banker and then serve as the Branch Manager of FNB’s South Lamar branch.

For Pace, the new location is exciting.

“I spent a lot of my career at FNB on the south side of the town of Lamar and got to know a lot of these people and made these connections,” she said. “Coming here wasn’t like a fresh start, but a new opportunity to meet people from the west side of town. I look forward to developing these relationships.

The West Oxford site was opened to accommodate the growth of the Oxford community and to make it more convenient for shoppers on West Jackson Avenue or those attending sporting events at mTrade Park.

“We saw the need for a bank in this neighborhood and this side of town is only expanding, as is the neighborhood where we built the last branch on Sisk Avenue at the Commons,” Pace said. . “FNB knows very well how to recognize where we need to be to best serve our clients. »

Pat Patterson Parkway is a new home for FNB, but Pace said nothing has changed except the view.

“It’s the same bank, just new people, existing people and a new location,” Pace said.

The location caters to almost all banking needs for personal and business accounts, including consumer loans. Customers can open accounts, make deposits, withdrawals and transfers, manage individual retirement accounts, receive instant issue debit cards and order foreign currency.

The branch also has an automated teller machine (iTM) open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday mornings. FNB iTMs, which feature live banking machines, can handle almost all of the same functions as a lobby cashier, including deposits, withdrawals, check cashing, account transfers and loan repayments .

“You can press the [iTM] screen once and you will be greeted by a live cashier,” Pace said. “The best thing about it is that you don’t have to rush to get to the bank. We offer extended opening hours. Many people work during normal banking hours, so they can come to see us before they go to work or come to see us afterwards.

As a reminder, Pace said each location provides customers with the same service.

“You don’t have to go to the Square anymore,” she said. “You don’t have to go to the main branch. You can come here and we can take care of whatever you need to do.

To learn more about ETF Oxford, visit www.fnboxford.com.

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