LCNB History Timeline
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LCNB acquires Citizens National Bank.
LCNB builds new Monroe office. LCNB rebuilds Lebanon AutoBank. LCNB now listed on NASDAQ under LCNB
LCNB Builds new South Lebanon office
Steve P. Foster named 10th President in LCNB National Bank's history.
New Oakwood office opens. LCNB Lebanon Citizens National Bank changes its name to LCNB National Bank. LCNB Acquires Sycamore National Bank. Grows to 24 offices. LCNB to build Centerville office in Spring 2008
New Warrior branch opens at Lebanon High School. New Mason Christian Village office opens.
New Fairfield office opens.
LCNB launches new website.
Bank celebrates 125th Anniversary.
New Hamilton office opens. 18 LCNB offices, 3 electronic branches, 7 Dakin offices, 45 Drive-Thru Lanes, 23 ATMs, 254 Employees.
$451 Million Assets. New offices opened in Goshen and Oxford. Columbus Avenue office remodeled. Dakin Insurance becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of LCNB Corp. Five new Dakin offices opened in Columbus Avenue, Waynesville, Goshen, Maineville, Springboro.
LCNB Corp. formed. Hamilton loan production office opened. The first electronic branch opens at Countryside YMCA. PC Banking, check imaging and web site launched - www.lcnb.com
Wilmington office opens. Waynesville, Oxford, and Okeana offices acquired from Key Bank. New logo introduced.
Springboro office opens. BankLine introduced. Trust Department reaches $100 Million Assets.
Middletown office opens.
Trust Department moves into new offices on Mulberry.
$230 Million Assets.
Grand Opening of remodeled Main office, built for the future.
Fire severely damages second and third floors of Main office. Bank disaster back-up plan works. Bank does not miss a day of operation.
Loveland office opens.
$100 Million Assets. Waynesville office opens
Bank introduces Tellerific ATM machines.
Hunter office opens.
$69 Million Assets. New offices built in: Mason, Maineville, Roachester/Morrow, and Otterbein.
Bank celebrates 100th annivsary. 50 employees.
$36 Million Assets.
Columbus Avenue office opened.
First branch office opened in South Lebanon. Drive-Thru bank opened. Bank granted Trust Powers.
Bank celebrates 75th Anniversary.
Bank sells war stamps and war bonds during World War II.
Because of the bank's strength and stability, the Bank helped many families through the Great Depression.
Bank remodeled. Celebrates 50th Anniversary.
$275,000 Capital Stock. Total resources $2.5 million.
Bank serves as receiver for Society of Believers called Shakers at Union Village.
Bank accepts deposits for Red Cross for World War I.
$100,000 Capital and $100,000 in Surplus.
New bank office is built at its current location on the northeast corner of Broadway and Mulberry.
May 29, officially certified as a bank by the comptroller of the U.S. under the National Bank Act. Incorporated with a capital stock of $50,000 from 20 stockholders.