09/14/2017 Protect yourself after a Data Breach. >>Read More

Steps to take to help protect yourself after a Data Breach   The following are steps you can take to help protect yourself after a Data Breach. Check your credit reports from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion by visiting annualcreditreport.com or calling 877-322-8228.  You are entitled to one free credit report per year.                      Experian:  www.experian.com  or  […]

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07/05/2017 Children’s Book Drive during June results in 2,783 books collected! Read more

  Children’s Book Drive during June results in 2,783 books collected!  Security State Bank held a Children’s Book Drive the month of June to benefit literacy corners at Valley View Health Centers.  At our Rochester Branch, books were collected to benefit R.O.O.F.  Thank you to everyone who donated new or gently used children’s books!  We […]

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06/08/2017 Steven Ryan joins the team at Security State Mortgage. Read more

Steven Ryan joins the team at Security State Mortgage.  Steven Ryan, NMLS 413539, has been serving Lewis County’s mortgage financing needs since 1992. His extensive banking experience is a great addition to Security State Mortgage.  Steve has lived and worked in Lewis County for the last 25 years and has served on many Board of […]

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05/08/2017 Michelle Land chosen as Employee of the Quarter-Spring 2017. Read more

Michelle Land chosen as Employee of the Quarter-Spring 2017.  Michelle is the West Centralia Branch Operations Manager and has been with Security State Bank for 16 years. Michelle is recognized for being a dedicated employee who always sets standards high when it comes to her own performance, overall branch performance, and her expectation on others’ […]

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05/08/2017 Security Tip: Avoid Phishing Scams. Never provide your personal or financial information in response to an unsolicited phone call, fax, text or email. Read more

Security Tip:  Avoid Phishing Scams.  Never provide your personal or financial information in response to an unsolicited phone call, fax, text or email. Legitimate companies don’t ask for this information via email or text, no matter how official it may seem.  

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