07/31/2018 Katie Britten chosen as Employee of the Quarter-Summer 2018. >>Read More

Katie Britten has been chosen as Security State Bank’s Employee of the Quarter for Summer 2018. Katie is a Financial Services Representative at our West Centralia Branch and has been with Security State Bank since December 2015.  Katie is recognized for her excellent customer service skills from the teller line to opening new accounts.  She […]

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07/31/2018 Security State Bank employees donate $6,000 to local non-profits. >>Read More

Security State Bank employees donate $6,000 to local non-profits in July! Our employees realize the importance of giving back to the communities we serve and raise money throughout the year for Security State Bank Employees Caring for our Communities. A team of employees representing each branch and department of the bank decide where the funds […]

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06/05/2018 Lena Coleman chosen as Employee of the Quarter-Spring 2018. >>Read More

Lena Coleman has been chosen as Security State Bank’s Employee of the Quarter for Spring 2018.  Lena is a Teller at our Main Branch and has been with Security State Bank since August 2010. Lena is recognized for bringing a ray of sunshine with her every day she enters the building.  She always comes in […]

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06/05/2018 Security State Bank’s Relay for Life team raises $6,116. >>Read More

Security State Bank’s Relay for Life team raises $6,116.  A team representing Security State Bank participated in the 2018 Relay for Life Lewis County, which was held May 18 & 19 at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds.  The 18 team members took part in numerous fundraising activities, raising $6,116 for the American Cancer Society.       […]

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11/21/2017 Our Fraud Department May Be Calling. >>Read More

To protect your account, we monitor your ATM and Debit card transactions for potentially fraudulent activity which may include a sudden change in locale (such as when a U.S.-issued card is used unexpectedly overseas), a sudden string of costly purchases, or any pattern associated with new fraud trends around the world.  If we suspect fraudulent ATM or Debit card […]

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