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Clear Mountain Bank’s Burnside Named
Vice President of Preston County Chamber Board

Posted on: August 28th, 2020

Richard “Bo” Burnside, mortgage loan specialist for Clear Mountain Bank, has been named vice president of the Preston County Chamber of Commerce.

Burnside has been with Clear Mountain Bank since 2012 and has more than 10 years of experience in the financial industry. A native of Kingwood, Burnside is a graduate of West Virginia University with a bachelor’s degree in finance.

In addition to being an active chamber board member since 2018, he also serves on the board of directors on the Trout for Cheat organization and is a member of the Kingwood Blueprint Community Team as the financial representative. He currently resides in Kingwood with his wife Ashley, son Beckett and daughter Hadlee.

Burnside (NMLS# 1062315) can be reached at Clear Mountain Bank’s Kingwood office at 330 East Main Street in Kingwood, or by phone at 304.379.2265 or bburnside@clearmountainbank.com.

Clear Mountain Bank is a locally owned and managed community bank that has been serving north central West Virginia and western Maryland for more than 125 years. The bank provides a comprehensive array of digital and traditional banking products and services to meet the needs of its personal, business, commercial, mortgage and financial planning customers. Additional information is available at www.clearmountainbank.com.

About Preston County Chamber of Commerce The Preston County Chamber of Commerce serves the business community of Preston County by promoting businesses and establishing a collaborative business climate within the county to keep Preston businesses on the rise.

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