Explore aging, legal issues at workshop

It’s not a happy thought, but what if you had a stroke and were incapacitated for weeks? Who would pay your bills or make health decisions for you? No one without court intervention if you haven’t take the steps to give the person of your choice permission to speak for you.


Gardner honored by Rock Hill Foundation

Lee Gardner, our president and CEO, was honored recently for 12 years of service to the Rock Hill School District Foundation at its Innovation Gala at Winthrop University.

Lee served as chairman and vice chairman during his tenure and facilitated several strategic planning sessions for the foundation that raises money teacher grants, innovative initiatives and Back the Pack. He was among six former foundation members honored for their service.


White Street staff on the move

Our staff at the branch on White Street will be on the move after we close the branch March 7 to make way for the new headquarters being constructed there.


Mobile banking users should install latest Apple update

Your account security is a top priority for us at Family Trust. Apple issued an important security update for mobile devices this week. We sent an email to our mobile banking users with an Apple iPhone or iPad to ensure you maintain the most secure mobile banking connection.

You should install this update as soon as possible so your information is safe. Please download and install iOS 7.0.6. If you’re using iOS 6, download and install 6.1.6.


Data Security

Data security breaches are a serious problem for both consumers and businesses. Financial institutions, such as Family Trust, bear the additional burden of re-establishing member cards and safety after a data breach occurs. Most consumers do not realize the scope of these breaches and would be surprised by costs associated with rectifying them.


Gardner receives Come-See-Me award

Lee Gardner, Family Trust President & CEO, was among seven people who received the Come-See-Me Festival’s Community Service Merit award at its annual kick-off breakfast today at the Rock Hill County Club. He was nominated for his work with the Rock Hill School District Foundation Board.