Following last week’s severe weather, Weston-based Florida Community Bank said Monday its has reopened three-quarters of its branches, with 36 of its 48 individual offices returning to routine business.
Offices along the state’s Central East coast and in Central Florida expected to remain closed Monday included sites in Stuart, Port St Lucie, Ft Pierce, Vero Beach, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island, Clyde Morris, Ormond Beach, Windermere, Longwood, Winter Park and Apopka.
Customer service lines are fully operational and ready to serve customers whose local branches may have closed temporarily.
As retail and banking institutions prepared for the arrival of Hurricane Matthew, FCB kept its consumers informed with a list of offices that were expected to remain open during the storm.
“Our thoughts are with our FCB family, valued customers and communities affected by Hurricane Matthew, that they make it through the storm safely,” Kent Ellert, who serves as president and CEO of Florida Community Bank, said at the storm’s outset. “We will continue to monitor Hurricane Matthew … as the storm continues to head north and remain ready to serve and assist our communities and customers.”
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