First Security would like to thank the Marble Rock community for its patience during the recent closure of the Marble Rock office of First Security Bank & Trust. First Security was forced to close this office on October 1st after heavy rains caused structural damage to portions of the building above the main entrance. Since then, employees have been working to determine what it would take to reopen this facility. The bank has had multiple inspections, including one just this week, and it has been concluded that, with some repairs, First Security will be able to safely reopen the Marble Rock facility by early December.
Please note: the structure above the main entrance is still unsafe. The main entrance will remain closed for this reason, but a different entrance for customers on the north side of the building will be opened. First Security can only reopen after necessary safety, security, and accessibility upgrades are made to that entrance.
“Thank you again for your continued patience,” commented Kurt Herbrechtsmeyer, President/CEO of First Security. “It has been our goal since this happened to reopen this office for your convenience, but the safety of our customers and staff is paramount.”
First Security will share more information when an official date for reopening in early December has been decided.
First Security Bank & Trust has locations across North Central Iowa and headquarters in Charles City. Member FDIC.
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