Pub. 11 2020 Issue 3

Pub. 11 2020 I Issue 3 Fall 11 West Virginia Banker members who are working in the offices at this time. Special thanks to the 35 local restaurants that served us with delicious lunches. Please continue to support your local businesses during this pandemic! We’re all in this together! Work From Home Our offices at Clear Mountain Investments may look a little different right now but the faces remain almost the same. (An exception is our newest team member, Luna, in the bottom left corner.) We are here working to help you work to achieve economic success and manage your accounts according to your risk tolerance and time horizon. We’re also here to support you in weathering this market storm. If you need to review your accounts or you just have questions, whatever the need is, we are here for you! UNITED BANK Sweet Treats for Healthcare Heroes As a special thank you to healthcare workers on the frontlines during the COV- ID-19 pandemic, United Bank partnered with hospi- tals across its footprint to provide ice cream to local community healthcare he- roes. The initiative began in April at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospi- tal in Morgantown. As a community bank, United Bank values those that strive to make communities across West Virginia safe. In May, the healthcare professionals and hospital staff at WVU Med- icine Camden Clark Med- ical Center in Parkersburg celebrated National Hospital Week with sweet treats do- nated by United. United Bank worked with each hospital’s food service vendor to offer the ice cream snacks for employees on all shifts over a 24-hour period. Healthcare professionals and other mem- bers of the hospital with WVU Medicine East at the Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg also enjoyed their treats dur- ing National Hospital Week. Many hospital employees, such as those at Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Weston, are United Bank cus- tomers, family members, neighbors and friends. The initiative continued throughout early June. Overall, United Bank donat- ed ice cream to employees of 13 hospitals across the state as a small token of appreciation for their tireless work through- out the pandemic. Additionally, United Bank’s Mor- gantown Market celebrated local hospital heroes with “Thank You Heroes” signs that traveled around the local offices. Throughout April and May, the signs were displayed at the Westover, Sabraton, Wa- terfront, Suncrest and Cheat Lake locations as a salute to essential workers in the community.  Allison Trickett, administrative assistant; Robert Hoskin, financial advisor; Luna; and Colleen Knight, financial advisor.