Pendleton Community Bank encourages team member success through personal and professional development and has announced the promotions of Stephanie Kile and Kelsey Dean to vice president.
Kile has been promoted to vice president, operations manager. She joined PCB in 2016 and most recently held the title of assistant vice president, operations manager. Based in Franklin, she supports team members and customers across the bank’s Virginia and West Virginia footprint by overseeing the loan and deposit operations departments.
She is active in the community and serves as a business member for Franklin Elementary School’s Local School Improvement Committee. She has prior served on the advisory board for the Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce and Pendleton County Convention & Visitors Bureau. She also holds a bachelor’s degree from Shepherd University and completed the West Virginia School of Banking program. Outside the office, she enjoys spending time in the great outdoors, traveling, hiking, baking, and spending time with her husband and family.
Dean, who has served PCB since 2021 as assistant vice president, marketing director, has been promoted to vice president, marketing director. She is based in Harrisonburg, Virginia, but serves the bank’s Virginia and West Virginia footprint driving marketing strategy for the organization. She holds a bachelor of arts from Bridgewater College, a master of business administration from Liberty University, and completed the management development program through the Virginia Bankers Association
Outside the office, she serves on the board of directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County in Virginia and enjoys volunteering in the community with PCB teammates. During her free time, she loves spending time with her husband, family, and dogs, as well as traveling to new destinations, most recently visiting Hawaii.