Dixon to retire from Clear Mountain Bank after 41 years of service
Posted on: October 14th, 2016
Bruceton Mills, W.Va., October 12, 2016 — Clear Mountain Bank has announced that Virginia Dixon, loan servicing supervisor, will retire from the company on October 28th, after 41 years of service.
A native of Horse Shoe Run, Dixon graduated from Aurora High School and worked as a secretary for the United States Air Force in Washington, DC. She returned to West Virginia and began her banking career in 1975 as a bookkeeper at The Terra Alta Bank. She held various positions at the bank during her career, including customer service representative, assistant cashier and cashier. She served as branch manager of the bank’s Oakland office from 1999 until 2005. Following The Terra Alta Bank’s combination with Bruceton Bank to create Clear Mountain Bank, Dixon moved into her current position of loan servicing supervisor.
“I am fortunate to have worked for a company that is committed to their employees,” said Dixon. “With each new position that I was allowed to fill came new challenges and the opportunity to grow. I have enjoyed my time with the bank and have met many wonderful people.”
Dixon has completed numerous financial training courses during her career, including principals of banking, accounting and computer training courses. She has been active in community organizations and is a member of Amboy United Methodist Church.
Roger Metheny, interim president & CEO of Clear Mountain Bank, said Dixon has been a very important member of the bank’s team. “Virginia has held a number of different positions at the bank, and she has excelled at all of them,” said Metheny. “She’s been a valuable and dedicated member of the Clear Mountain Bank family. We wish her the very best in retirement.”
Dixon said she is looking forward to spending time with family and friends during retirement. She and her husband, David, reside in Aurora and have two children, four grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
Clear Mountain Bank will host a reception at its Terra Alta office on Thursday, October 20th from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to stop by and congratulate Virginia on her retirement.
Clear Mountain Bank is a locally-owned and managed community bank serving north-central West Virginia and western Maryland. Clear Mountain Bank offers a comprehensive array of banking services. The company is a leader in providing electronic banking services, including mobile banking and remote deposit. Additional information is available at www.clearmountainbank.com.