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First State Bank Celebrates America Saves Week with Account Promotion, Bonus

SAINT CHARLES, MISSOURI – February 25, 2015 – First State Bank of St. Charles has pledged to celebrate America Saves Week by participating in the St. Louis Saves Challenge and providing an account bonus for customers who choose to begin a saving plan.

February 23 marked the kick-off of the national initiative America Saves Week, which involves local and national organizations coming together to promote long-term savings and financial education. “As a community bank, we feel it is important to contribute to this initiative,” said Luanne Cundiff, First State Bank president. “Beginning on Monday, we will be rolling out a new promotion aimed at offering bonuses for savings accounts opened at our branches to those who are motivated to begin a savings plan.”

Customers who open a new savings account may open the account for only $50. If the balance of the account is at least $100 after 90 days, First State Bank will deposit $25 into account.

In addition, First State Bank is offering helpful tips and articles about savings on their website and social media pages in an effort to increase customers’ knowledge about the importance of savings.

First State Bank of St. Charles was voted the #1 Lender and Financial Planner in St. Charles County in 2014.

*New customers are eligible and current customers who do not currently have a savings account with First State Bank may also receive the $25 bonus.

First State Bank Mortgage Pledges Donations to C.O.P.S.

LAKE OZARK, MISSOURI – February 2, 2015 – Local lender First State Bank Mortgage has pledged to donate $50 to Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (C.O.P.S.) for each loan application during the month of February that ultimately results in a closed loan.

In addition, First State Bank Mortgage is offering $250 off closing costs for any first responders who submit a loan application during the month of February which ends in a closed loan.

“We are excited and proud to partner with the Missouri chapter of C.O.P.S. on these two special programs, which will help support the families of local first responders who keep us safe every day,” said Daniel Simpson, senior vice president and director of mortgage operations at First State Bank. “These donations will go to help the surviving families and coworkers of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our safety.”

The national C.O.P.S. organization, located in Camdenton, Mo., provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families and affected co-workers of law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty, and provides training to law enforcement agencies and the public on the need to further support law enforcement and its survivors.

Loan applicants are encouraged to submit an application online at mortgage.fsbfinancial.com or in person at 2265 Bagnell Dam Boulevard, or to call (573) 365-LOAN for more information.

These two programs apply to loans which are taken in the month of February and ultimately close, and which are originated in the Lake Ozark regional office.

First State Bank Mortgage, a division of First State Bank of St. Charles, was recently named the Affiliate of the Year by the Bagnell Dam Association of Realtors, and offers conventional loans, VA, FHA and USDA loans, condominium and second-home loans, jumbo loans, and other mortgage products.

First State Bank Mortgage is an Equal Housing Lender.

First State Bank Mortgage Pledges Donations to St. Louis Area Backstoppers

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI – January 30, 2015 – Local lender First State Bank Mortgage has pledged to donate $50 to The BackStoppers for each loan application taken during the month of February that ultimately results in a closed loan.

In addition, First State Bank Mortgage is offering $250 off closing costs for any first responders who submit a loan application during the month of February which ends in a closed loan.

“We are excited and proud to partner with The BackStoppers organization on these two special programs, which will help support the families of first responders who keep us safe every day,” said Daniel Simpson, senior vice president and director of mortgage operations at First State Bank. “These donations will go to help the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our safety.”

The BackStoppers provides immediate and ongoing support to the families of first responders who have given their lives in the line of duty. Within hours of the death of a police officer, firefighter, publicly-funded paramedic or EMT, the family receives immediate financial support and the assurance of further help.

Loan applicants are encouraged to submit an application online at mortgage.fsbfinancial.com or in person at any one of their St. Louis area mortgage offices, or to call (636) 940-LOAN for more information.

These two programs apply to loans which are taken in the month of February and ultimately close, and which are originated in First State Bank Mortgage’s St. Louis regional offices.

First State Bank Mortgage, a division of First State Bank of St. Charles, was voted the #1 Lender in St. Charles County for the sixth consecutive year in 2014, and offers conventional loans, VA, FHA and USDA loans, condominium and second-home loans, jumbo loans, and other mortgage products.

First State Bank Mortgage is an Equal Housing Lender.

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