Abbeville First Announces Lobby Closure

Dear Valued Customer,

Abbeville First Bank wants to do whatever we can to assist our local, state, and federal health officials in stemming the spread of the coronavirus while still providing needed services to our customers.  To this end, beginning 1:00 PM on Thursday March 19th, the lobbies in our Abbeville and Calhoun Falls locations will be closed to the public.  Our Drive-Thrus will remain open for normal business hours.

Access to financial service providers within the Abbeville office may be obtained on a limited basis by appointment only.  Please call 864-366-2158 during regular business hours to make an appointment.  The Calhoun Falls lobby will not be open

You may still access your accounts by using our Drive-Thurs during regular business hours, our ATMs and online banking.  If you are not currently using Abbeville First Online Banking we encourage you to register for this service at our Personal Online Banking site.  Business account owners please call the bank to set up Business Online Banking access.

Please! Do not consider coming to the Bank, or anywhere public, if you exhibit any signs of not feeling well.  Visit the CDC website for more information.

The health and welfare of our customers, employees, and community are of the upmost importance to us.  We apologize for the inconvenience this situation is causing and hope we can return to normal operations soon.

Sincerely,

Andy Timmerman

COVID-19 Announcement

We at Abbeville First Bank understand the concerns, worries and stress everyone is feeling in the community.  We are right here with you.  We all need to do our part to try to “Flatten the Curve”.  We ask our customers to limit their lobby visits by using our Drive-Thrus, ATMs (disinfected often), and online banking at our Online Services Page.

To help alleviate the stress, upon request we will defer the loan payments on any small business loans for the month of April and May.  If you have a consumer or mortgage loan and you have had a significant loss of income due to the virus crisis, we will defer your April and May payments upon request. Just call and ask.

Abbeville First’s only concern is the well-being of the community it serves, Abbeville.  We ask everyone to do their part: following the advice of the Centers for Disease Control, limit your exposure, check on your neighbors, and pray for a speedy recovery of our community, state, and nation.

Abbeville First Supports the Burton Center

Abbeville First is happy to make a donation to the Burton Center in support of the wonderful services that they provide to residents with disabilities and special needs within the Greenwood, Abbeville, Edgefield, McCormick, Saluda, and Laurens County areas.

Pictured here are (right to left) Mark Meyers, Ashley Bonds, Mike Campbell, Burton Ctr. Interim Exec. Director Laurie Cordell, and Antonio Belcher.

Operation Impact

 

Abbeville First is proud to support the many great organizations we have serving the needs of our community. Among those great local organizations Operation Impact has proven to be a star. We’re happy to support the ongoing ministries that they provide to Abbeville County with a donation of $1,000.00.

 

Bennis Burden Promoted to Lead Teller

We would like to congratulate Bennis Burden on her recent promotion to Lead Teller of the Calhoun Falls Office. Bennis has been with Abbeville First since January 2016 and in the Calhoun Falls Office since its opening in 2016. Please join us in congratulating Bennis and thanking her for the job well done

AFB Supports UCMAC

Abbeville First is happy to support the wonderful ministry of United Christian Ministries of Abbeville County. Mark Meyers recently presented a donation of $2, 000 on behalf of the Board of Directors and employees of AFB to UCMAC Exec. Director Bill Boone.

You can find out how you can support UCMAC at http://ucmac.net/

Or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UCMAC/

Congratulations Debbie!

We would like to congratulate Debbie Tedder on her promotion to Head Teller. Join us in welcoming her back to the Abbeville Office.

Welcome Selena Belcher

We would like to welcome Selena Belcher as the newest member of our team. Selena joins us as our new teller in the Calhoun Falls Office. She is new to banking and comes to AFB from Bilo where she has worked for the past 15 years. Selena trained at the Abbeville office for the past couple weeks and started at the Calhoun Falls office this week. Stop by and say hello to Selena when you’re at the Calhoun Falls office and make her feel welcome as a new member of the AFB family.

Online Banking Maintenance – Sunday May 12th

Our Online Banking and Mobile Banking App will be down for maintenance during the early morning hours of Sunday May 12th, from 2:00 AM to 6:00 AM EDT.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Mail Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

Saturday May 11, 2019

Remember to leave donations of non-perishable foods for your local mail carrier to pick up on Saturday. These donations support UCMAC and the food pantries of Abbeville and Calhoun Falls. As well as many other food banks around the country. All donations stay in their local communities.

More information here:

Stamp Out Hunger Facebook

Stamp Out Hunger FAQ