First Texoma National Bank Cares
Since 1898, First Texoma National Bank has been giving back to our communities. It's where we live, work and raise our families. This service to our communities has defined who we are and how we do business.
Our people support local organizations with their time and talent.
FTNB wears pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month - October 2021
FTNB recently had the honor of presenting our large American flag during the National Anthem at the Southeastern Oklahoma State University football game on September 11, 2021.
FTNB regularly hosts blood drives in conjunction with the Oklahoma Blood Institute to do our part to help lessen the blood shortage in our area.
FTNB donates to the Jefferson Learning Center in Sherman each year to provide the on-campus students with Birthday cupcakes each month! Jefferson Learning Center is a non-disciplinary school of choice and a self-paced, accelerated program seeking to address unique needs in an alternative setting in order to help students be more successful.
FTNB happily provides our Boswell teachers with a meal during their annual back-to-school Parent-Teacher Conference.
FTNB not only invests in our community, but also our employees. Our University Branch Manager & AVP, Phoebe Kautt recently graduated Durant Area Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Durant program for the 2020-2021 year. Congrats, Phoebe! We look forward to another FTNB employee, Jhet Weger, participating in the 2021-2022 Leadership Durant class.
FTNB provided breakfast and coffee for the Grayson County Veterans Court. This is a specialized program that meets the needs of Veterans in our area. Pictured is FTNB's Cassie Taylor and Justin Morris with Judge Roach who proceeds over the program. We are so glad that we could stop by and let them know how much we appreciate the work that they do. - June 2021.
FTNB met with Sherman ISD in May 2021 to help with their end of year staff recognitions. FTNB employees Cassie Taylor and James Fuchs surprised each staff member who were awarded with a $500 certificate to redeem at any of our FTNB banking locations. This is an annual award that FTNB participates in and we couldn't be more happy for all of the Sherman ISD staff who were recognized this year. Congratulations to the winners! May 2021
Employee of the Year: Marvin Taylor
Team of the Year: HR COVID-19 Team-
Elementary Teacher of the Year: Shann Schubert
New Teacher of the Year: Jade Schoen
Secondary Teacher of the Year: Doretta Kinnison
Volunteer of the Year: Christi Ohl
FTNB is an annual sponsor of Mix 96.1 FM Academic All-Star program. Recently, our Oklahoma Market President, Jeff Shattuck met with Mix 96 to help award each Academic All Star award winner with a $450 scholarship.
Congratulations to: Kayelin Kindred from Tushka High School, Gavin Harrison from Atoka High School, Preston Pratt from Silo High School and Avri Weeks from Kingston High School. - May 2021
FTNB visited Choctaw County Ambulance Authority office and dropped off breakfast to Choctaw Co. EMS to celebrate EMS Week! 5/19/2021
FTNB visited Boswell Public School on May 13, 2021 and grilled hotdogs for all of the students and staff to help them celebrate their last day of the school year.
Celebrating the Boswell class of 2021 at our Boswell, OK branch in May 2021.
Monthly during the school year, FTNB visits Silo Early Childhood Center and presents our FTNB Two-Riffic Student awards.
Each student is presented a $2 bill from the bank along with a certificate and a piggy bank and financial education material.
The students are chosen by their teachers for being terrific students!
FTNB donated a new digital sign to Boswell Public School. (2019)
FTNB volunteers quarterly with the Durant Senior Citizens Center to deliver Meals-On-Wheels every year. Even during the Covid-19 pandemic, we didn't let it get us down. We put our masks on and delivered warm meals to the elderly in need.
We visited Mackey Home Furnishings in Durant, OK recently and dropped of a basket full of goodies to show our appreciation for being a FTNB customer and a wonderful local downtown Durant business.