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FNCB Bank History

 

FNCB Bank was established as a National Banking Association in 1910 as The First National Bank of Dunmore. After 70 years of operating in one location at Dunmore Corners, the Bank expanded to Scranton (1980) and Dickson City (1984).

On October 27, 1987, upon approval at a special shareholder's meeting, the Bank changed its name to First National Community Bank, effective March 1, 1988. On July 1, 1998, First National Community Bank reorganized into a one-bank holding company - First National Community Bancorp, Inc. On June 30, 2016 First National Community Bank converted to a state charter and changed their name to FNCB Bank.

FNCB Bank now serves the personal and business banking needs of Northeastern Pennsylvania in Lackawanna, Luzerne, and Wayne counties.

FNCB Bank also operates a Corporate Center and Lending Center in Dunmore.

Advisory Board
In 2018, FNCB formed an advisory board consisting of individuals from across Northeastern Pennsylvania. This network of diverse and experienced business leaders provide strategic and expert advice on the markets we serve. View our members here.

Our Mission: To make your banking experience simply better.

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