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Farmers National Bank reclaims a bit of history

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CANFIELD, Ohio - Farmers National Bank has purchased property at the corner of Broad and South Main Streets in Canfield where First Place Bank currently operates a branch.

According to the news release, Farmers National Bank once operated in a shared space with sister company, Farmers Savings and Loan.

In 1968, Farmers Savings and Loan constructed the building that is now 2 South Broad Street, and operated out of that space until First Federal of Youngstown purchased the building in 1982. First Federal of Youngstown eventually merged with First Federal of Warren to form First Place Bank, the current occupant.

First Place Bank will continue operations in the space through December 6, 2013 and Farmers will assume ownership in January, 2014. 

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