Antelope Valley Bank
Bank in San Bernardino, CA
When the bank opened in February 1981 in Lancaster, California, its primary purpose was to establish a locally situated financial institution that would understand and serve the community's requirements. This vision was set by Jack Seefus, the bank's original president and CEO, and its leader to this day. In its efforts to finest serve the community, the bank pioneered several of banking's modern concepts, such as weekend business hours, the Valley's 1st ATM to accommodate commuters who work in the Los Angeles area, and branch offices in supermarkets - long before major banks decided to follow suit.