Aaron Green Appointed to the Independent Community Bankers of America Agriculture-Rural America Subcommittee

Franklin, West Virginia – Effective March 1, 2022, Aaron Green – Senior Vice President and Senior Lending Officer – will serve with the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) Agriculture-Rural America Subcommittee during the 2022-2023 session. Aaron was appointed to the subcommittee by ICBA Chairman, Brad Bolton, President & CEO of Community Spirit Bank in Red Bay, Alabama.

The subcommittee is responsible for monitoring legislative and regulatory developments affecting community banks in agricultural and rural areas as well as formulating major policies of the trade association relating to both topics, consistent with ICBA policy resolutions. Aaron will play a leadership role in communicating the policy positions of the ICBA to community bankers, Members of Congress, regulatory agencies, other trade associations, financial institutions, and state and local officials as appropriate. The subcommittee supports agricultural and rural bankers and draws attention to the important role they serve.

“Being appointed to the ICBA Agriculture-Rural America Subcommittee and representing these areas of our industry as a voice for community banking is an honor and privilege both professionally and personally”, says Aaron Green. “Growing up in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and today working as a community banker serving Virginia and West Virginia, I believe the issues, policies, and opportunities within agribusiness and rural communities are a critical component of our industry, the economy, and national culture. Continuing my service as an advocate in these areas with the ICBA, leaders in Washington D.C., and throughout the banking industry presents exciting challenges well worth the effort.”

William Loving, President & CEO, stated, “I am excited that Aaron has been appointed to the ICBA’s Agriculture-Rural America Subcommittee. His experience and ties to this vital sector of our industry will benefit not only the ICBA and community banking, but PCB as we continue to expand this sector in our marketplace to best serve the needs of farms and families for generations to come.”

About Pendleton Community Bank

Headquartered in Franklin, West Virginia, PCB is an independent community bank with $630M in assets. PCB serves the West Virginia communities of Franklin, Moorefield, Marlinton, Petersburg, Wardensville, Mount Hope, Oak Hill, and Beckley with eight full-service financial centers and a loan production office in Lewisburg. The institution operates five financial centers in the Virginia communities of Harrisonburg, Bridgewater, and Staunton, as well as a loan production office in Staunton. Since 1925, PCB provides products and services that facilitate customer financial success, encourage professional success for team members, and stimulate economic growth in the communities it serves. PCB is your bank for generations. Member FDIC | Equal Housing Lender


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