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First Exchange Bank Takes Leadership Role
January 2014: First Exchange Bank’s Chairman of the Board of Directors James Boyers (left) and Vice Chairman William Yoho (right) present a $1,100 check to Colleen Morris of the Mannington Food Pantry. The contribution by First Exchange Bank’s Board of Directors was made in memory of our past members who have embraced the bank’s core values, including a passion for serving our customers and communities.
With a long history of community leadership, the bank was awarded the Marion County Chamber of Commerce Community Impact Award in 2012 and continues to strive to be a community leader. In addition to the Mannington Food Pantry, the bank and its employees and directors have donated to help fund cancer research, contributed food to the HUSH program (Help Us Stop Hunger), and donated backpacks to children in need through the HUSH program, just to name a few.
First Exchange Bank has been serving our communities for over 81 years. By maintaining a focus on serving the small business community and providing excellent customer service we have been able to expand with locations in Mannington, Fairmont, Fairview, Barrackville, Hundred, and Morgantown.