FCN – OUR HISTORY
Originally the bank was located at 517 Main Street, what most Brookville residents known as the Poppers Building. The bank occupied the right-hand side.
In 1913, the present main bank building was constructed at 501 Main Street. Construction was delayed for many months due to the Great Flood of 1913. In those days, the back of the bank was occupied by the Brookville American newspaper, and its entrance was near the back on the right.
As times changed and the world became computer integrated, FCN Bank started to expand. In 1993 FCN Bank purchased their first expansion branch in Everton, Indiana, followed by the building of a brand-new branch in Batesville, Indiana in 1998. In 2003, FCN Bank purchased another branch in Sunman, Indiana and in 2007, crossed state lines to build a branch in Harrison, Ohio. In May of 2020, Dearborn Savings Bank located in Lawrenceburg merged with and into FCN Bank, creating the largest community bank headquartered in southeastern Indiana.
Currently the FCN Bank main branch is located in the original building built in 1913. FCN Bank is comprised of our main headquarters, and five additional branches. FCN Bank employs approximately 100 people and is continuing to grow.
We’re proud of this long history of being your community bank. And we intend to continue well into the next century.
FCN BANK LOCATIONS
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501 Main St.
P.O. Box 37
Brookville, IN 47012
1060 State Rd. 229 N.
P.O. Box 60
Batesville, IN 47006
226 N. Meridian St.
P.O. Box 460
Sunman, IN 47041