June 8, 2021 – On June 8, 2021, all FNB Mobile Banking users will be asked to accept new Terms and Conditions when logging into the FNB Mobile App. If you have trouble logging in, please try to uninstall and then reinstall the Mobile App. Please contact us if you have any questions or problems with this process.
Looking to the future, we are excited to announce that on September 7, 2021 FNB’s Internet and Mobile Banking platform will undergo additional maintenance and improvements. This will result in several enhancements that will increase convenience for our customers. Additional information detailing the 9/7/21 upgrade will be sent out soon.
We appreciate your patience in advance. If you have any questions or need assistance, please call us at 618-842-2107. We are happy to assist you.
March 29, 2021 – FNB announced a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off construction of its new bank building, to be located along Route 1 at 113 South Court Street in Grayville. The ceremony will be a celebration of this new project and will highlight the bank’s connection and history with the local area. The ceremony will begin at the building site at 11am on April 7th and will be followed by a community lunch at the current facility at 119 S. Middle Street.
“FNB has been honored to be a part of the Grayville community for many years,” said Joey Hungerford, incoming President of FNB. “We are very excited to see this new facility come to fruition so that we can continue to better serve our customers and the Grayville community,” he added.
The new 3,800 square foot facility will be more convenient for customers, with a state-of-the-art lobby and drive-through. Construction is expected to take approximately nine months, with an anticipated grand opening early 2022.
March 10, 2021 – The Fairfield National Bank has announced the promotion of current Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Joey Hungerford to President. He will assume the responsibilities of the President role effective April 1, 2021.
Hungerford, a Fairfield native, has been a member of the FNB team since 2007 when he was hired as Financial Officer. He was promoted to CFO in 2010, and again promoted to EVP in 2019. Prior to working at FNB, Hungerford obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Southern Indiana and began his career with an accounting firm in Evansville, Indiana. He became a licensed CPA in 2006.
“Joey has worked very hard to earn this promotion,” said Rich Montgomery, who will continue as CEO and Trust Officer in addition to assuming the new role of Chief Risk Officer. “He has successfully led in managing the daily operations of the bank for the past two years. He is committed to excellence and will carry the best interests of our customers, employees, shareholders, and communities with him daily.”
As FNB President, Joey will continue to provide strategic leadership, oversight and guidance in all areas of the bank across all locations. In addition, he will continue as CFO for the organization. “FNB has provided me many opportunities over the past fifteen years,” he commented. “I am grateful to be a part of the bank’s great team and very excited to begin this new endeavor.”
Joey lives in Fairfield with his wife, Lea Ann, and their son, Ethan. He is a member of the First Baptist Church in Fairfield where he serves as a Sunday School teacher. In addition, he is a member of the Fairfield Rotary Club, active in Junior Achievement, and a Fairfield Memorial Hospital Board Member.
October 15, 2020 – In an effort to support critical community health services during the COVID-19 pandemic, Fairfield National Bank recently presented a $15,000 donation to Fairfield Memorial Hospital. This donation was made possible by a grant received from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLB Chicago) Targeted Impact Fund.
“Fairfield Memorial Hospital is leading the way in providing pandemic-related healthcare in our region,” said Richard Montgomery, President & CEO of FNB. “We are pleased to provide FHLB Targeted Impact funds to assist financially with this effort,” he added.
FNB chose to donate the funds to FMH for their continued efforts and critical care of community members throughout the region who have been directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago’s Targeted Impact Fund provides members with grants to support relief efforts for populations hardest hit by COVID-19.