Suggested Safe Deposit Box Items:
- Marriage Certificates
- Insurance Policies
- Birth Certificates
- Mortgage & Property Deeds
- Stocks and Bonds
- Wills & Trust Documents
- Family Heirlooms& Jewerly
- Military Service Records
- Social Security Records
- Auto Titles
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ARE
SECURE AND PRIVATE.1
Ask about a safe deposit box in our vault.
If you have property that would be difficult or impossible to replace, you should keep these items in a Safe Deposit Box. Here are some suggestions:
Marriage Certificates, Insurance Policies, Birth Certificates, Mortgage & Property Deeds, Stocks and Bonds, Jewelry, Wills & Trust Documents, Family Heirlooms, Military Service Records, Social Security Records or Auto Titles.
Remember, these are only suggestions. You can keep anything within reason in the box as long as it fits. Keys must be kept in a safe place, because if lost, the box must be drilled open by a locksmith, which is expensive. What you keep in a Safe Deposit Box is your business, but we would be happy to help you select a size which will fit your needs and also answer any questions you may have. Safe Deposit Boxes are secure and very private.
The contents of your safe deposit box are NOT insured against loss by the FDIC, any government agency or this bank.
You should also keep a complete, up-to-date list and description of all property stored in your safe deposit box. This inventory and any other proof of ownership documents should be stored in another location, other than your safe deposit box.