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OVB presents donation to Hoops Family Children’s Hospital


December 22, 2020


BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va.—Ohio Valley Bank (OVB) recently presented a $10 thousand donation as part of a multi-year commitment to Hoops Family Children’s Hospital (HFCH) at Cabell Huntington Hospital, a member of Mountain Health Network. OVB’s dollars sponsor a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patient room at the hospital. The donation is an important part of the bank’s ongoing mission to put “Community First.”

“So many in our community have been able to take comfort in the advanced care provided in the hospital’s NICU right here in our hometown. At Ohio Valley Bank, we work hard to protect valuable community resources like this. Thanks to the customers and shareholders of the bank who were able to make this donation possible through their support,” said OVB Vice President Chris Preston.

“We are thankful for the donation that Ohio Valley Bank has made to help our tiniest patients,” said Eduardo Pino, MD, medical director of the HFCH. “We are proud to have a community that is so giving that helps us provide excellent care, right here at home.”

Ohio Valley Bank, established in 1872, operates 15 offices in Ohio and West Virginia. The FDIC-insured community bank is a state member bank of the Federal Reserve. Common stock for the Bank’s parent company, Ohio Valley Banc Corp., is traded on The NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol OVBC. More information can be found at Ohio Valley Bank’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/OhioValleyBank.


Pictured L-R: Kristi Arrowood, director of development, Mountain Health Network Foundations; Kevin Fowler, president, Cabell Huntington Hospital; Jon Jones, assistant cashier, western Cabell region manager; Dr. Ed. Pino, medical director of Hoops Family Children’s Hospital and chief medical information officer for Mountain Health Network; Bradley Burck, vice president, Mountain Health Network Foundations; Chris Preston, vice president, business development West Virginia; and Melanie Akers, director of Hoops Family Children’s Hospital.