Touchstone Bank

Touchstone Bank

About Us

Touchstone Bank was first chartered as Bank of Dinwiddie in June of 1906, with $10,000 in stock, and was part of the town's commercial activity, which centered around being a water stop for the railroad. Surpassing all odds, the bank thrived, even surviving the depression while many other banks were forced to close.

The Bank moved into its first new building, which adjoined the McKenney Hardware and Supply Company in 1957, and changed its name to Bank of McKenney. The Bank continued to grow and in 1989, Richard M. Liles became President. Liles immediately embraced the community banking culture and led by the example of putting customers' needs first.

The Bank continued to grow, and in 2007, opened a branch in Prince George County. The year 2014 saw an additional branch in Chester. The largest expansion came in November 2017 with the merger of Citizens Community Bank, a neighboring local community which was established in 1999 in South Hill, Virginia. A true merger of equals with shared values, the combined entity now known as Touchstone Bank has 13 convenient locations serving northern North Carolina and south-central Virginia. As part of the merger, Richard M. Liles became Executive Chairman of the Board and passed the leadership torch to James R. Black as President and CEO.

Touchstone Bank takes great pride in its history and pledges to make ''our focus is your success.''


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