First Federal Lakewood Opens New Office and First Full-Service Branch


First Federal Lakewood, the largest independent, depositor-owned bank headquartered in Ohio, today announced the opening of its new Columbus office and full-service branch at 6601 Dublin Center Drive, Dublin, OH. As First Federal Lakewood’s first full-service office in Columbus, this location offers a full suite of products and services for customers, including personal and business checking, as well as residential mortgage loans and commercial real estate and business loans for a variety of purposes.
“First Federal Lakewood has been helping Ohio communities thrive since 1935. After serving the Columbus area for more than a decade with our mortgage lending team, opening this new full-service branch exemplifies our community focus and commitment to investing in local neighborhoods,” said Michael J. Lamping, president of First Federal Lakewood’s Columbus market. “Our team of personal banking, business and mortgage lending professionals is excited to now be able to offer even more support to this vibrant, growing community.”
“We believe strongly in the vital role strong mutual banks play in helping their communities thrive by keeping deposit dollars local, promoting economic development, and supporting local families and organizations. We look forward to being an active participant in the greater Columbus community for many years to come,” said Timothy E. Phillips, president of First Federal Lakewood.
To learn more about First Federal Lakewood, please call 614-410-5115 or visit today.
About First Federal Lakewood
First Federal Lakewood is the largest independent depositor-owned bank headquartered in Ohio with assets of $1.9 billion. With 20 full-service branch locations and 11 mortgage lending offices throughout Ohio, First Federal Lakewood provides deposit, lending, residential mortgage lending, cash management and investment services to individuals and businesses. Since 1935, First Federal Lakewood has been a stable community owned bank committed to deploying funds that foster local economic growth.