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FNB&T renovating South Main buildings
Special to Atmore News The Board of Directors of First Suncoast Trust Bancshares, Inc. and subsidiary bank First National Bank & Trust announce the improvements to the property on Main Street located adjacent to the bank’s main office. Another notable property located downtown is getting a facelift. Work started last week on the renovation and improvement of the former Western Auto property at 121 South Main and adjacent buildings. The…
Saucer named FNB&T Business Banking Officer
The Board of Directors of First Suncoast Trust Bancshares, Inc. and subsidiary bank, First National Bank & Trust, have named Andrea Saucer the Business Banking Officer. President and CEO Glen Davis said, “I am pleased that Andrea has joined FNB&T. With her thirteen years of banking experience, she will be a valuable asset to our bank. We welcome Andrea and her husband, David, to our FNB&T family.” “I am pleased…
FNB&T donates to Habitat
In April, First National Bank & Trust held their annual Celebrity Waiter event. As in past years, an area non-profit was selected to receive the proceeds. This year, waiters brought in $12,000 designated for Escambia County Habitat for Humanity. Shown at the check presentation Tuesday, August 8, are, from left, Brandy Giger, FNB&T Director of Marketing; Lisa Tindell, Habitat Executive Director; and Glen Davis, FNB&T President.
FNB & Trust promotes Boothe
The Board of Directors of First Suncoast Trust Bancshares, Inc. and subsidiary bank, First National Bank & Trust, have named Jason Boothe a vice president. “It is with great pleasure that FNB&T recognizes Jason Boothe for his contributions to our bank. His promotion is well deserved,” said Glen F. Davis, President and CEO. Boothe joined FNB & Trust in 2008. He has made significant contributions to FNB & Trust and…
FNB&T donates to high schools
Each year, the First National Bank & Trust Points Club donates money to area high schools based on scoring by that year’s football team. This year, the bank donated a total of $7,400 to Escambia Academy, Escambia County High School, Excel High School, J.F. Shields High School, J.U. Blacksher High School, Monroe Academy, Monroe County High School, Northview High School. Shown are bank personnel, from left, Jason Boothe, Vice President…