Capon Valley Bank News Notes

2015 Customer Appreciation Day  

Capon Valley Bank hosted its annual Customer Appreciation Day on September 18.  The day was picture-perfect weatherwise and large crowds turned out to be treated to grilled hot dogs, chips, a drink and complimentary gifts.  Pictured at left is CVB president Alan Brill, who helped serve customers at the Wardensville office.  Special thanks to all of our valued customers, who helped make this a very special day.

2015 CAD Baker  

On a continuing note about our Customer Appreciation Day, one of our complimentary gifts included a green lanyard, for which Sherwin Tharp quickly found a useful purpose.  Sherwin is pictured seated at our Baker Office with his lanyard attached to a bag of chips.  Special thanks to Sherwin for a humorous, but practical moment.

2015 Moorefield Carnival Parade  

Pictured at left is Hunter Phillips, Assistant Branch Manager of our Moorefield office, prior to the start of this year's Moorefield Firemen's Carnival parade.  Hunter provided his John Deere tractor to pull the Capon Valley Bank float, which was ridden by Melinda Biser and other employees, who tossed candy to anxious parade goers.  Thanks to Carol Sue Zuber, Hunter, Melinda and others, who made our parade entry possible.

Laura Pennington & Deb Furrow  

Capon Valley Bank is proud to announce the addition of 3 new employees at its various offices.  Pictured in the photo at left are Laura Pennington and Deborah Furrow, who are part-time tellers at our Stephens City office.  We also welcome Krystal Connelly, a new full-time teller at our Gore office.  On another note, longtime employee Kathleen Hott, a teller at our Wardensville office, retired on May 31.  Congratulations Kathleen and welcome Laura, Deborah and Krystal.  Best wishes from all your friends and co-workers here at CVB.

2015 EHHS PIE Display  

Crystal Miller, a customer service representative at the Capon Valley Bank Baker Office, is shown beside CVB's new signage display at East Hardy High School in Baker, WV.  The signage is a part of the bank's Partner In Education relationship with East Hardy and it reflects financial products and services available to high school and college students, such as mobile banking, debit cards and links to numerous other resources for financial guidance.

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.