First State Bank
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First State Bank is a locally owned and managed bank in the River Valley. The bank has been serving the people of the Arkansas River Valley since 1934.

The bank is committed to the providing the best financial products and services to the communities it serves. We continue to invest in state of the art technology that provides small business owners with products and tools to make managing their business easier.

The bank has another financial service provider located in the bank's main office at 3103 East Main; Community First Trust Company, a full service trust provider.

Community First Trust Company is the only independent trust company in the River Valley. Some of the services they offer are wealth management, estate planning, asset management, retirement planning and business succession. Linda Butler, Trust Officer of Community First Trust Company stated "Solid performance, effective communication and outstanding client services are at the heart of everything we do. As Arkansas' only independent trust company, we offer you effective money management tools that help grow and protect your assets. We are ready to help you with estate planning, asset management, self-directed IRAs, and other trust services.

In today's world of technology... we still enjoy a warm smile and a friendly hello. At First State Bank, we are committed to helping your business grow, right along with our community. When you're ready to talk, we'll be eager to listen. Our bankers want to feel just as good about helping your business succeed, as you feel about seeing it prosper. It's what you deserve and just what you'll get at First State Bank.

And, we like the service we provide to leave a good feeling...time after time. At First State Bank, this is what we strive for each day...building relationships with customers through Personal...Quality...Service. And over the long term, you'll always feel good about choosing...

The bank that knows what matters to you!

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