For over 125 years, First Federal Savings Bank has serviced the needs of our customers and community. Our mission is to provide superior products and services to build relationships with our communities, customers and employees. Our Officers and Staff live, work, and volunteer in the communities we serve. We want to know our customers on a personal basis and serve their needs one on one. We recognize that banking is changing with technology. As a community bank we need to provide those services that customers want from their financial institution. 

We want to know: Why is a community bank important to you?
How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure
Protecting your personal information online and offline can help reduce your risk of identity theft, and there are 4 main ways to do it:

1. Maintain appropriate security on devices
2. Review all privacy policies & ask questions
3. Know what info you share & with who
4. Store & dispose of your info safely
INSURANCE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OFFERED THROUGH FIRST FED INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. are not insured by the FDIC *are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by, the bank *are subject to Investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.
Local Decisions & Personalized Service
Doing business with a community bank provides a variety of benefits, especially when it comes to customer service. Not only do community banks reinvest in in the local economy, but we also have a deeper understanding of our customers. If you're a local business owner (large or small), our commercial lending department is available to discuss the goals for your business, strategy for 2021, and how a community bank like First Federal Savings Bank would make a great financial partner.

For more information contact your local branch or email us at commerciallending@ffsbweb.com.
Why should I buy Life Insurance?
Replace Lost Income
Pay Final Expenses
Pay Off Debt
College Planning
Diversify Investments
Build Cash Value
Done with Winter?
Don’t wait until spring has actually sprung to get ready for the change of seasons. As milder weather approaches and you await the return to outdoor living, there’s more to do around your home—both indoors and out—than just spring cleaning. Here are 12 tasks to tackle now to make springtime safer, easier, and more enjoyable.

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