Bank of Stockton Mobile developed by Bank of Stockton Mobile in the Finance field, collection by AppstoreSpotlight.com
Bank of Stockton Mobile Banking is the quick, easy, and secure way to access your accounts using your device.
• View account balances, account history, and transaction details
• Transfer funds between accounts
• Pay bills
• Make person to person payments
• Mobile check deposit
• Manage alerts
• Locate ATMs and Bank offices
The Bank of Stockton is a unique and wonderful banking experience. Not only will you meet officers, lenders and staff that have worked with the bank for years, you will find people that live and work in your community, just like you, that care about the community. Bank of Stockton’s lending experience is quick due to local decision-makers who can be nimble and creative with financing to meet your needs.
Celebrating over 150 years in banking, Bank of Stockton has survived recessions, Depressions, World Wars and cyclical downturns throughout its history, and has been touted for its strength and stability in the banking industry. Bank of Stockton believes in reinvesting in the communities it calls home, to better those communities, and in giving back to the communities in the form of time, expertise and contributions, with many employees volunteering to support local organizations as well.
Bank of Stockton opens its doors for business on 179 El Dorado St. in Stockton, sharing space with the Union Copper Mining Company. J.M. Kelsey is elected the first president and $100,000 worth of business is done within the first month.
Bank of Stockton outgrew its first location. Board voted to rent the McKee Building on the corner of Hunter and Main St. in Stockton for a mere $220 per month, minus $50 for subletting the basement
L.U. Shippee elected as 2nd President following the death of President Kelsey. He had large farming interests and brought the 1st State Fair to Stockton
Fred M. West elected 3rd President. He was a County Treasurer, helped bring the Santa Fe and Western Pacific Railroads to Stockton, and was the first President of the Stockton Chamber of Commerce