BANK OF KIRKSVILLE
- Bank Name:Bank of Kirksville
- Bank Class:State Chartered - FED Nonmember Bank
- Member FDIC:Certificate #1635
- Routing Number:N/A
- Locations:8 Branches in Missouri
- Web Address:bankofkirksville.com
BANK OF KIRKSVILLE INFORMATION
Bank of Kirksville was founded in January 1913 and is based in Kirksville, Missouri. The bank operates as a subsidiary of Rockhold Bancorp. According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation records and based on the institution's charter type, Bank of Kirksville is classified as a commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC. Bank of Kirksville is a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 1635. The assigned Fed RSSD ID of Bank of Kirksville is 796451.
Bank of Kirksville currently operates with 8 branches located in Missouri. Bank of Kirksville is the 51st largest bank in Missouri. The bank does not have any offices outside Missouri.
Bank routing number is a 9 digit code which is necessary to process Fedwire funds transfers, process direct deposits, bill payments, and other such automated transfers. We currently do not have a routing number for Bank of Kirksville in our database.
The full address of bank headquarters is 214 South Franklin Street, Kirksville, MO 63501. You can visit the official website of the bank at https://www.bankofkirksville.com for more information and online banking service if available. For a list of all Bank of Kirksville branches and detailed branch information like hours of operation, phone number and address; please refine your search by selecting a location from the map or list.
BANK OF KIRKSVILLE BRANCH LOCATIONS
BANK OF KIRKSVILLE OFFICES IN MISSOURI
HISTORY OF BANK OF KIRKSVILLE
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
04-12-1996Acquired Bank of Downing (1960) in Downing, MO.
01-01-1913Institution established. Original name: Bank of Kirksville.
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