Moore Mortgage becomes Delta Trust Mortgage Inc.
Delta Trust opens Conway Lending Office
Celebrating 100 Years of Delta Trust in Arkansas and 10 Years in Little Rock.
Fourth Round Private Placement of Delta Trust shares completed.
Fayetteville banking office opened.
Chris Roberts joins Delta Trust & Bank as President.
Delta Trust board of directors reject U.S. Treasury TARP offer.
Delta Trust & Bank reaches $200 million in assets.
Third Round Private Placement of Delta Trust shares completed.
Turtle Creek Mortgage formed in Dallas, Texas in partnership with Dallas National Bank.
Second Round Private Placement of Delta Trust shares completed.
Walton Heights banking office in Little Rock opened.
Purchase (from the FDIC) of the Bella Vista and Gravette offices of the former Sinclair National Bank.
Chenal banking office in Little Rock opened.
Hillcrest banking office in Little Rock opened; All branches change name to Delta Trust & Bank.
Purchase of Moore Mortgage completed; Women’s Advisory Council established.
Private Placement of Delta Trust shares completed.
Delta Trust Insurance Agency, Inc. formed.
Delta Trust and SEA Bancshares merge with total assets of $62 million.
Delta Trust Investments, Inc. approved as a broker-dealer and registered investment advisors by the SEC and NASD (now FINRA).
Delta Trust & Banking Corp. Inc. formed; opens office in downtown Little Rock.
Letter of Intent signed to purchase SEA Bancshares, Inc. (parent of Southeast Arkansas Bank).
Bank of Parkdale and Wilmot State Bank merged to create SEA Bancshares, Inc and change name of bank to Southeast Arkansas Bank with $50.9 million in assets.
With Bruce Timmons as CEO, the Bank of Parkdale reaches $21.3 million in total assets
Under the Pugh’s leadership and that of CEO Jack Gibson, the Bank of Parkdale reaches $11.3 million in total assets
Pugh family buys control of the Bank of Parkdale.
Bank of Parkdale reaches $483,731 in total assets.
FDIC established through the federal Banking Act of 1933; Bank of Parkdale was issued FDIC certificate #92.
Bank of Parkdale was one of the five banks to reopen after the federal Bank Holiday. The reopening was without an investigation.
9,000 banks failed; 49% of the total banks in Arkansas failed, however Bank of Parkdale remained open.
Bank of Parkdale total assets are $102,094
Bank of Parkdale established February 1st by Dr. Robert G. Williams. He served as president until 1945. Ashley County population was 25,268.