FIRST LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK has been a part of Liberty and the surrounding communities since 1913. The Bank was founded by Bert G. Riviere. It is said that he had a bad banking experience and stated, "I can do it better." With a $10,000 capital investment, he opened the doors of a new Bank named Liberty State Bank at 404 Main Street on June 13, 1913. Today, FLNB has grown to three locations in Liberty, Dayton, and owns an Insurance Agency.
1925 — FLNB changed its name to The First Liberty National Bank.
1932 — FLNB moved into a new building at the corner of Main St. & Sam Houston Ave.
1950's — FLNB expanded its services to include savings accounts and certificate of deposits.
1961 — FLNB moved into its current building. For the first time, the new building also provided drive-thru windows for customer convenience.
1960's — FLNB was the first Bank to offer Trust Services in Liberty County.
1970's — FLNB expanded its services to include residential mortgages and long term home loans.
Late 1970's — FLNB added its walk-up ATM at 308 Travis Street.
1980's — FLNB added telephone banking which allows customers access to their information any time during the day or night.
1996 — the Bank added Investment Services giving an opportunity to handle trades in stocks, bonds and mutual funds.
1998 — FLNB opened its second location at 109 East US Hwy 90 in Dayton. The new location was named The Dayton Financial Center.
1999 — FLNB added Visa Debit Cards as one of its many products.
2000 — FLNB purchased Locke Insurance Agency and changed the name to FLNB Insurance Agency.
2001 — FLNB opened its FLNB On-Line Financial Center which provides twenty-four hour, seven days a week customer access to their financial information.
2002 — FLNB opened its first off-site ATM located at 2219 N. Main @ Jefferson Dr. in Liberty.
2005 — FLNB opened its second off-site ATM location at 11030 Hwy 146 North in Hardin.