First Southern Timeline
First National Bank of Stevenson opened in bustling downtown Stevenson, AL, with William J. Tally as President.
Jesse Z. Schultz assumes office of President.
G. H. McMahan the led bank through the end of the Great Depression and World War II.
Judge Walter R. Bogart named President.
Clyde Woodall named President.
Branch office opened in Higdon.
First introduced ATMs to the community.
Bunn Lovelady named President. Main Office moved to current location at 80 Bank Street, Stevenson.
Mr. Lovelady ceded Presidency to Mike Ellenburg, but continued as Chairman of the Board.
Scottsboro office opened.
Rainsville and Fort Payne South offices opened.
Introduced debit cards and online banking. Young Leaders program established.
Fort Payne North, Centre and Leesburg offices opened.
Mr. Ellenburg steps down as President, but remains as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. Jack Lovelady takes over at President.
Albertville and Crossville offices opened.
Mr. Lovelady steps down as President, but remains as Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors. Scott Kirk is named President.