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First Bank of Alabama


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Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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About First Bank of Alabama

Welcome to Randolph County's Oldest Bank.

The Bank of Wedowee was founded on February 6, 1906, by Dr. J. C. Swann and is Randolph County's oldest bank.

The Bank of Wedowee also operates branches in Woodland, on Highway 48, and in Roanoke, on Highway 431. In 1999, the bank established its first 24-hour ATM, located at the Main Office in Wedowee. We invite you to become a part of The Bank of Wedowee. Whether you already live or work in Randolph County or if you are moving to the area, we would appreciate you considering the Bank of Wedowee for all of your banking needs. If it's stability and hometown service you're after, you will feel right at home banking with us. We've been here since 1906 and plan to stay around for a long, long time, meeting the needs of our customers for many years to come. For comments or questions about our products or services, please feel free to call us at any of our locations; in Wedowee, 256-357-2132, in Woodland, 256-449-6343, and in Roanoke, 334-863-7917 or e-mail us at .

The Bank of Wedowee wants to be YOUR bank. We are committed to being the leader in providing quality service and financial products to our customers and improving the quality of life of our friends and neighbors. We look forward to meeting you in person.

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