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SHAZAMChek Debit Card
  • Access cash at ATM's throughout the world where you see a Cirrus logo.
  • Make purchases without cash or checks wherever MasterCard Debit is accepted.
  • Transfer funds between your checking and savings through an ATM's.
  • Check account balances from an ATM's.
  • Enjoy the convenience with no transaction fees by GNB (the owner of the ATM's may assess a surcharge).
  • Enjoy hassle-free checkouts without having to show various forms of identification.
  • Fair international exchange rates when traveling.

Call for an application today.
(815) 339-2222

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Trust Department
The Trust Department of the Granville National Bank performs professional services in the administration of trusts, estates conservatorships, agencies, escrows and custodial accounts. Our Trust Department can act as the executor for your estate and handle the needs of your trust.

Professional services performed in the administration of the following:

  • Estates
    • Executor Under Will
    • Administrator by appointment
  • Trustee for
    • Trusts Under Will
    • Revocable Trusts
  • Guardian and Conservator
  • Agency and Custodian Services
  • Escrow Depository
  • Property Management - (Farm, Commercial, and Residential)
  • Keogh and IRA Plans - Self Directed

Services available on almost all accounts, which are included in our regular fees, are:

  • Safekeeping of assets
  • Collection and disposition of income from these accounts.
  • Administration of each account under documentary and statutory provisions.
  • Financial and asset information reporting.
  • Consultation with Trust Officer as needed.

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