Pendleton Community Bank has been named the “Best Company to Work For” in the Daily News Record’s annual Best of the Valley Reader’s Choice Awards. PCB was also honored to win best in the categories of Bank and Mortgage Company.
“We are very honored by the recent recognition as ‘Best Bank, Best Mortgage Company, and Best Company to Work For’ in the DNR’s 2022 Reader’s Choice Awards,” said William A. Loving, president and CEO. “This recognition serves as confirmation of the impact we have made within our communities through fair products, excellent service, and active volunteerism delivered by the Best Bankers in the Valley. We are thrilled to be named ‘best,’ but regardless of contest outcome, PCB team members will always do their very best to meet our customers’ financial needs while positively impacting our communities.”
“PCB’s mission includes providing our team members opportunities for professional growth and we take pride in having a workplace that encourages each individual to be successful,” said Monika Eckard, vice president, human resources. “We are a family of bankers committed to providing our customers with great service as well as supporting our communities. We are proud of our team and grateful to our customers for their support and choosing PCB to be your bank for generations.”
Earlier this summer, PCB was voted “Best Bank, Best Ag Lender, and Best Home Mortgage” in Harrisonburg Radio Group’s annual Shenandoah Valley Best competition. The organization is currently in the running for the Best of West Virginia competition through West Virginia Living Magazine and seeking national recognition through the Independent Community Banker’s Association “best community bank to work for” contest.
“The PCB mission and core values are more than just words on a page but what drives our actions and shapes our brand. It is who we are, and I believe that resonates with our community and culturally with our team members,” stated Kelsey Dean, assistant vice president, marketing director. “Our brand continues to grow and gain traction throughout our markets. We’re proud of these accomplishments and extremely thankful for our customers who continue to support PCB!”
To celebrate recent achievement, PCB honored all team members and their contributions to the organization.
Headquartered in Franklin, PCB is an independent community bank with $641M in assets and serves the communities of Franklin, Moorefield, Marlinton, Petersburg, Wardensville, Mount Hope, Oak Hill, and Beckley with eight full-service financial centers and a loan production office in Lewisburg. The institution operates five financial centers in the Virginia communities of Harrisonburg, Bridgewater, and Staunton, as well as a loan production office in Staunton. Since 1925, PCB provides products and services that facilitate customer financial success, encourage professional success for team members, and stimulate economic growth in the communities it serves.