tornado-relief-picFirst Kentucky Bank and FNB Bank team up to support Mayfield’s Tornado Relief Fund with a joint $5,000 donation to the disaster relief efforts that will assist the families impacted by the tornado that ravished Mayfield-Graves County on Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

Both First Kentucky and FNB were founded in Mayfield, KY and have a rich history of serving Mayfield-Graves County for over 100 years. Management Teams from both banks felt strongly that it was important to step up together to serve the victims of the tornado. First Kentucky Bank President/CEO David A. Long stated, “When tragedy strikes so close to home, I hope the community finds reassurance in seeing the two banks most closely connected to this community come together to pool their resources to assist in this effort.” “First Kentucky & FNB work each day to make a difference for people and businesses in this community. We are happy to join with First Kentucky in a united effort to support those directly impacted by the recent storm,” said Marty Nichols, President/CEO of FNB Bank, Inc.

The funds collected through the Mayfield Tornado Relief Fund will be managed by a committee filled with local city and county officials. The committee will carefully assess the needs of the families impacted and focus on those without insurance and those needing assistance to meet deductibles, etc.

Monetary donations for the Mayfield Tornado Relief Fund will be accepted by His House Ministries and can be mailed to the following address:
Mayfield Tornado Relief Fund
C/O: His House Ministries
1250 State Route 303
Mayfield, KY 42066

Established in 1899, First Kentucky is a Kentucky based-community bank with assets exceeding $400 million. The bank serves six western Kentucky counties with 10 offices across: Carlisle, Graves, Livingston, Marshall, Muhlenberg and Ohio Counties. For more information about First Kentucky Bank, visit First Kentucky is member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.

FNB Bank, founded in 1875, is one of the oldest banks in the state of Kentucky and ranks among the highest in the nation in the area of safety and soundness. The bank currently has eight locations: Mayfield Main, Mayfield Southside, Wingo, Lone Oak, Paducah, Murray, Cadiz Main, and Cadiz West. FNB is member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.


On Wednesday, January 24 from 5:15 pm to approximately 10:00 pm FNB's Main Office will experience a power outage that will cause all FNB ATMs to be temporarily unavailable, with the exception of the Jordan Drive ATM located in Paducah.