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#StreetClosures for the bank building implosion scheduled for 7/21/19. This and the answers to all frequently asked questions can be found at: www.pasadenaedc.com/media-center/bank-building ... See moreSee less

#StreetClosures for the bank building implosion scheduled for 7/21/19. This and the answers to all frequently asked questions can be found at: https://www.pasadenaedc.com/media-center/bank-building

What's your favorite memory of the First Pasadena State Bank Building?++Getting ready to say goodbye.++ Do you have a special memory of working in the First Pasadena State Bank Building? Did you and your friends ever throw soap in the fountain? As we prepare for the implosion, we want to remember the GOOD TIMES. Please post your positive comments below. ... See moreSee less

Whats your favorite memory of the First Pasadena State Bank Building?

 

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I might have been involved with the suds thing. Sad to see a part of my history going down. It was once a beautiful building and a large part of Pasadena 😢❤️

This was my first job ever. I was a junior @ Sam Rayburn and I worked here for 13 years. It was the most beautiful building ever especially during the Christmas season, we’d have Santa and cookies from Reed’s Bakery. Really going to miss seeing this building.

My brother had some papers to deliver to the bank and I was riding with him. He was in his early twenties and I was about 16. We went in, he made the delivery and then he looked at me and said "want to race?" We raced all the way up the stairs and back down! He won, but that was so much fun!!!

When my parents and grandparents use to bank there. Christmas time was awesome

I always remember going with my grandma around holiday season the most. They always had something in the lobby.

I worked here for 16 years, starting when it was First Pasadena State Bank. Many name changes after that! lol

I remember going there with my mom when I was little & every time we drove by there... The lights on the outside fountain would always catch my eyes..,, Sadly.....it's almost like watching a memory being deleted😥

I went to DJuana Oxford's daycare and we would sing every Christmas in our beautiful blue gowns. My mom Susie Shaw Garison worked there for a very long time!

The lobby being so big when I was little.

I may or may not have participated on more than one occasion of soaping the fountain :)

Where can we see pictures of how it was in it's hey-day?

The fountain changing colors :)

Ang work at the bank

Who owns this rendering?

When and what time is it going to happen

Leticia Rosales

This was my first full time job. I started in bookkeeping, then teller, then Installment Loan Department. One day when I was a drive in teller, I had a lady drive up with 5 dogs in her car. Tellers would offer suckers to kids if the adults approved, so I offered suckers to the dogs. The lady accepted them. The dogs all started barking, she said.. "they are thanking you". So I "barked into my microphone" as my way to say "your welcome". One of the bank executives was in the parking lot and heard "barking" coming from the teller cage. He came and asked me to not bark into my microphone, but that he appreciated the closeness I had with my customers and their dogs. We laughed about that many times. (Sorry my story was so long) 😁🐶🐕

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Save the date for the Pasadena Police Department's annual National Night Out Registration and Information Expo on Tuesday, August the 6th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Pasadena Convention Center.

This event is open to the public and will be a great opportunity for neighborhoods to register their scheduled parties and obtain resources that will help make them a success.

For more information contact: 713-920-7930.

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Save the date for the Pasadena Police Departments annual National Night Out Registration and Information Expo on Tuesday, August the 6th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Pasadena Convention Center.

This event is open to the public and will be a great opportunity for neighborhoods to register their scheduled parties and obtain resources that will help make them a success.

For more information contact: 713-920-7930.

#LocalNews #PasadenaTexas #ThursdayThoughts #NationalNightOut
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