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Since 1870, customers have found service, solutions and strength at First National 1870. Together, we’re Creating Possibility.
As a community bank with national strength, First National 1870 has a proud heritage of helping customers realize their financial goals – and lifelong dreams. We’re happy to help you open a checking account, buy a home, manage a portfolio, and more. With First National 1870, your future looks bright.
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Because banking is always going to be an administrative task for a customer, having a banking partner who really acts like a partner makes this type of work the easiest and best it can be. I appreciate being able to get things handled over the phone, the old fashioned way. Any way in which they can simplify a process for me and make it more time efficient, they do!
I began banking with First National 1870 in 1971. I've seen a lot of changes over the years, but the bank has always stayed loyal to me and I value that relationship. First National 1870 was here first and will be standing long into the future.
The banking team understands our business. They are proactive and eager to help us resolve any challenges, but more importantly, they help keep us from getting into difficult circumstances in the first place.
Through March 31, 2019 all major asset classes posted positive return, which may come as a bit of a surprise to some.
Sunflower Bank announces that Sally Hurt-Deitch, Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care Services for Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corporation, has joined Sunflower Bank’s Board of Directors.