News / First Liberty Bank Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony

By First National Bank
Thursday, January 07, 2021

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On Thursday, January 7, First Liberty Bank board members, executives, and guests attended a groundbreaking ceremony in Mont Belvieu for the bank’s seventh branch location.  Also in attendance were three team members poised to service the new location:  Bonnie Garcia, Brennon Marsh, and Troy Bernhardt.

“We feel the location at the intersection of FM 565 and 3180 is a prime spot to be as the Mont Belvieu area is expected to continue its growth,” stated Charles McGuire, FLB’s Chairman.

“We’re very excited to be here.  First Liberty is committed to being a true community bank.  This will not just be a branch location,” said Kelly D. Stretcher, FLB’s President & CEO.  He went on to note “It will be a community banking hub- something that is unique. We are here to reinvest in Chambers County.  Our board of directors is committed to that: to invest in this area and this community and make it grow and prosper.”

Architectural firm MG Architects designed the branch.  Cox Commercial Construction, of Baytown, TX, will build it. The final facility will be 3,144 square feet and possess the latest in financial technology and capabilities, including interactive teller machines with live video tellers. 

Construction will begin immediately, and the location in expected to open in Fall 2021. 

First Liberty Bank is very excited to share its full-service banking abilities with Chambers County.  The bank, which was founded in 1913, is known in its markets for personal service, as well as offering a wide array of banking, mortgage, insurance, and investment services.  FLB’s main headquarters are located at 1900 Sam Houston St, Liberty.  Branches are in Dayton, Huffman, Hardin, China, and a loan production office, which is currently located on the site of the future Mont Belvieu Branch. 

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