1st Bank in Hominy – Banking Solutions For More Than 100 Years
The bank was founded as Bank of Commerce on February 10, 1906 by the Mullendore and Edgington families. On April 26, 1911 the Bank of Commerce changed from a State Charter to a National Charter, thus changing the name to The National Bank of Commerce. In 1935 The National Bank of Commerce merged with the First National Bank and on January 15, 1936 The National Bank of Commerce changed its name to The First National Bank in Hominy. The First National Bank in Hominy received 100 year recognition from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in 2011. On December 14, 2016, The First National Bank in Hominy converted to a State Chartered Bank changing its name to 1st Bank in Hominy. To this day the descendents of the Mullendore family continue to be actively involved with the bank.
1st Bank in Hominy’s history of meeting its customers’ financial needs extends back to 1906. From Main Street to Price Street we have remained the same. Through the years, 1st Bank in Hominy has broadened its customer base by expanding the products and services it offers. One of the few remaining locally owned banks, our goal was and is to continue our loyalty to our old and new customers.
We believe building strong customer relationships is the result of knowing our customers, understanding their business needs, and providing appropriate financial solutions. We realize the inherent trust you place in your financial institution, and we look forward to the opportunity to prove to you the value behind our name.
At 1st Bank in Hominy, we believe that banking is personal and private.
That’s why: “WE HAVE ROOTS, NOT BRANCHES.”
Photographs Courtesy of Hominy Heritage Association