News & Events
Welcome back to school Dyersburg students! We hope everyone had a great day and enjoyed your first day back as much as we enjoyed helping out!
Security Bank had a fun time at the 1st Annual Dyersburg City Schools Community Cookout! There was a great crowd...
The Dyer County Relay for Life event helped raise money for such a worthy cause close to all of us! Security Bank...
The McIver's Grant Public Library's Kickoff for the Summer Reading Program was a huge success yesterday! Security Bank was proud to be a sponsor and recognized as a "Community Hero."
Security Bank was honored to be on the United Way of West Tennessee's Top 40 Giving Companies list and a Corporate Sponsor.
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To all Debit Card Holders
For your protection and due to the elevated levels of debit card fraud, non-PIN based transactions will have limited acceptance with merchants and internet usage. If your card is declined, run it as a debit and key in your PIN. It works every time. Foreign internet activity will be declined except under limited circumstances.
Please call us with any debit card questions at:
(731) 445-9587 (after hours)
1-800-264-5578 (lost or stolen card)
Who We Are
Security Bank's heritage is one built on financial strength and integrity. Our corporation was chartered as a state bank on April 3, 1931. At that time, it was called Newbern State Bank and was located in downtown Newbern.
In October 1968, the name was changed to Security State Bank to reflect its expansion into other Dyer County towns. In May 1969, the Harrell Avenue Branch was opened in Dyersburg. A second branch was opened in Dyersburg on King Avenue in September 1970.
As the financial needs of the community grew and Security State Bank prospered, a new bank was built on West Main in Newbern.