It all began in 1902. The place was Louisville, Georgia. It was then and there that the First National Bank and Trust Company established itself as an independent bank with a strong commitment to customer appreciation and community involvement.
In 2006, they changed their name to Queensborough National Bank & Trust Company. As they expanded their branch offices into neighboring Georgia Counties, they encountered too many other banks with similar names which, in turn, only caused confusion among many of their customers. Therefore, they decided to adopt the name of their parent company – Queensborough – a unique name for a unique bank.
by ZigZagMan January 27, 2011