March 21, 2020
Regarding the COVID-19 Virus
In an effort to limit the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The First National Bank of Dennison is limiting lobby access.
Starting Monday, March 23rd, 2020 our lobbies will be closed for general banking activities. Our Loan Officer's and Universal Banker's will be taking appointments if you need to meet them. All other general banking must be done through the drive thru.
These changes are effective for all five offices. As always, please use our electronic banking products, ATM's and Mobile Deposit etc.. for your convenience . We apologize for this inconvenience and restore to regular banking operations as soon as possible.
FNB, Inc. Press Releases
March 12, 2020
The First National Bank of Dennison continues to monitor the developments of the coronavirus published by the public health authorities and Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
We are prepared to use our operational preparedness plan if necessary to protect the safety and health of our employees and customers. Our five offices remain open with normal business hours. As a reminder, please use our Online Banking, Billpay, Mobile Deposit, Mobimoney, and other electronic banking products for your convenience.
January 6, 2020
The First National Bank of Dennison has made significant progress in fully restoring services to its customers. “We appreciate the patience and understanding shown by our community,” said Nichole L. Zesiger, President. “The First National Bank continues to work tirelessly, around the clock, and we are happy to report that most banking services are restored.” We continue to encourage customers to visit their local branch if they are experiencing difficulty with their banking services. Customers who require assistance may also contact FNBD at 740-922-2532
January 4, 2020
We are continuing to investigate the matter and are making significant progress to return to normal.
January 2, 2020
The First National Bank of Dennison is currently experiencing a network disruption. This is extremely unfortunate, but all too common in our digital world. We are actively working with a third-party forensics firm to address this disruption and return all services back to normal. NO CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN COMPROMISED.
Currently, our customers may experience difficulty with certain banking services, including delays in electronic transactions. We understand this may be inconvenient, but please know we are diligently working to resolve these issues and appreciate your patience and understanding at this time. For any immediate banking needs, we encourage you to visit one of our branches for assistance. Providing superior service to our customers is a top priority, and we apologize for this inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact us at 740-922-2532