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Capon Valley Bank News Notes

2014 CVB Firemen's Parade  

Pictured is the Capon Valley Bank vehicle entry in the annual Capon Valley Firemen's Carnival Parade held recently on a rainy Thursday evening on Main Street in Wardensville.  Kristopher Kerr, a CVB loan officer, along with other employees, participated in the annual ritual.  CVB participates in approximately 5 regional parades throughout the summer months in Hardy and Hampshire Counties.

William H. Phillips  

William Hunter Phillips has been named the Assistant Branch Manager of CVB's Moorefield Branch Office at 717 N. Main Street.  Phillips is a 1998 graduate of Moorefield High School and a 2003 graduate of Marshall University.  He is a past member of the Moorefield Volunteer Fire Company, where he served as President in 2008, 2012 and 2013, and he also served as an EMT with Fraley's Ambulance Service.  Phillips is currently an active member of the Moorefield Planning Commission and Moorefield Lodge #29.  Prior to joining Capon Valley Bank, he was Collections Manager and a loan officer with Grant County Bank in Petersburg.  Phillips is a member of the Rig Assembly of God Church and resides in Moorefield, where he owns and operates Hunter Farms, LLC. 

Joann Byrd  

Joann Byrd, Branch Manager of CVB's Baker branch office is pictured presenting a $500 check to East Hardy High School principal Brad Simmons.  CVB is a Partner In Education with EHHS and annually coops the sponsorship of student planners, which are provided to all students at the beginning of the new school year.

Amanda Wilkins  

Pictured is Amanda Wilkins of Capon Valley Bank's branch office in Baker, WV.  Amanda recently attended the East Hardy High School National Honor Society banquet, representing Capon Valley Bank, who is a Partner In Education with East Hardy Schools.

Pam Snapp  

Pam Snapp of Capon Valley Bank's Baker branch office is shown attending the recently held Ham & Bacon Show hosted by the Future Farmers of America at East Hardy High School in Baker, WV.

Debbie Boyce  

Debbie Boyce of Yellow Spring, WV, recently joined the CVB Gore office, where she serves as a teller.  Debbie is a graduate of Hampshire High School and was formerly employed with Hester Industries in Winchester and Shenandoah University.  She volunteers for Capon Valley Ruritan Club and the Hampshire County Relay For Life, as well as numerous area car shows.  Additionally, she has authored two books of local historical interest titled Capon Notes and Capon Folks.  Debbie is married to Danny Boyce and they have two children and four grandchildren.  She attends Augusta United Methodist Church, where she also serves as a lay leader.

Mitch Orndorff  

John Mitchell "Mitch" Orndorff of Winchester, VA, has been appointed to the CVB Board of Directors, effective December 1.  Orndorff is a former resident of Wardensville, where he graduated from high school in 1971.  He attended Fairmont State College and graduated from James Rumsey Vocational Technical Center in 1976.  Orndorff began his career as a graphics manager at Rubbermaid Commercial Products in Winchester, where he worked until 1997.  That year, he founded SpecialMade Goods & Services, a Winchester company that serves customers worldwide with custom imprinting, modification and component parts for brand name commercial and healthcare products.  In addition to being the President & CEO of SpecialMade, Orndorff also operates the Hot Stamp Supply Company, an internet-based business specializing in hot stamp foils and machines, which he founded in 2000.  He and his wife, Pam, are also principals in real estate businesses in VA and WV.  Mr. and Mrs. Orndorff co-founded Share The Cheer Foundation, a non-profit charity that assists low income families in Winchester and Frederick & Clarke counties.  Orndorff has served as a business advisor to the Frederick County Virginia Career & Technical Education Committee and as a board member of the Top of Virginia Regional Chamber of Commerce.  He is a past president and current member of the Wardensville Scholarship Fund Association and is currently serving on the executive committee and is a board member of the Winchester-Frederick County Economic Development Commission.  He attends Opequon Presbyterian Church, where he serves as an Elder and Trustee and is actively involved with the Opequon Personnel Committee.  The Orndorffs reside in Winchester and have two adult daughters, Megan and Whitney.  Among other interests, Orndorff is an avid Mountaineer sports fan.  It was attending Mountaineer games since 1988 that he forged a close friendship with Red Funkhouser, whose seat on the board he will assume.

John Coffman  

John Coffman, formerly with Virginia Savings Bank, has been named as the Collections Officer at Capon Valley Bank in Wardensville.  John is a native of Shenandoah County, VA, and a graduate of Central High School in Woodstock.  He and his wife, Brenda, have two children and reside in Edinburg, VA.  They attend St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Jerome.  Coffman is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys camping, gardening and sporting clays.

Alan Brill, Pres.  

The Independent Community Bankers of America recently recognized Capon Valley Bank for its 35th year of membership.  ICBA is the only national trade association dedicated exclusively to serving the needs of the nation's 7,000+ community banks.  ICBA President & CEO Camden R. Fine said "community banks like Capon Valley Bank are relationship bankers who are passionately committed to serving the needs of their local customers and communities.  CVB President Alan Brill said that Capon Valley Bank looks forward to its continuing role with ICBA to help strengthen and preserve the community banking industry so that consumers can experience the difference of working with a local, community bank for years to come.  CVB joined the ICBA in 1978.