Dedicated to your community for over 150 years!
We work and live in the communities we serve, so our investment in our communities is important to us. Yes, we offer competitive products with great rates and terms, but our primary focus is on building lasting relationships and make banking easy and convenient for you and your business. We want to be your community bank.
Culture of Excellence
As an independent community bank, Franklin Savings Bank is committed to a culture of excellence that empowers us to consistently do the right thing for our customers, our employees, and our community.
We will take pride in being community bankers and dedicate ourselves to improving the financial well-being of the individuals, families, businesses and communities we serve.
Then and now.
Throughout the years, our Bank has grown from a single employee to five employees in 1913, twelve employees at our 100th anniversary in 1969, and to our current team of over 120 employees. The first Franklin Savings Bank location was in Sanborn’s Store at the intersection of East Bow and Central Streets in downtown Franklin. In the spring of 1886, construction of the new bank building occupied by Franklin Savings Bank and the Franklin National Bank began.
Our Leadership Team
Over 300 years of banking experience!
Our Leadership Team has over 300 years of banking industry experience. We are committed to the success of our community, the growth of our employees, and the success of our customers. Our Leadership Team, along with our dedicated Board of Directors, want to see Franklin Savings Bank thrive as a leader in the community. Stop by and meet our team!
Our Board of Directors
Dedicated to the bank and the community!
Our Board of Directors is comprised of a group of professionals whose diversity of experiences, educations, views, and opinions contribute to the overall strength of Franklin Savings Bank. This group of respected individuals collectively and individually play a critical role in the continued success of the Bank.
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