“Working Together, Building Success” is our tagline and our way of life. Last year, we celebrated our 120th anniversary with 120 Acts of Kindness. Over the course of 2022, we saw tangible impacts made across our communities through our associates and greater PEBO family. Throughout 2023, we’ve continued to make an impact in our communities by showing the many different ways we are #PositivelyPEBO. Six months into the year, we’ve completed dozens and dozens of #PositivelyPEBO activities.

Through this campaign, PEBO associates take initiative in their communities and make a difference where they see fit.


In February, our marketing team spent a morning volunteering for the Southeast Ohio Foodbank & Kitchen Mobile Market in Marietta, Ohio. The team packed and served fresh produce, meat, and shelf stable food items to approximately 150 families. Also in February, our Second Street branch in Marietta provided pizza for teachers during parent-teacher conferences.


In March, Peoples Bank associates Hannah Pfeffer and Connie Grimes packaged cleaning supplies and delivered to Washington County Children Services. Melissa Shaffer and Melissa Fleeman from our Parkersburg Division St, West Virginia Branch delivered several new coolers for Blennerhassett Elementary School on behalf of Peoples Bank, which will be used for field trips and other functions around the school. In Inez, Kentucky Branch Manager Jason Crum participated in “The Reality Store” at Martin County High School. This event guided the sophomore class through financial literacy in the real world. Jason counseled students on how to take an assigned salary and make a budget to fit their financial needs.


In April, to celebrate Dispatcher Appreciation Week, associates in our Covington, Virginia office delivered gifts to the local Covington City and Allegheny County Dispatchers.


In May, Belpre, Ohio Branch Manager Aimee Seabolt and Universal Banker Operations Specialist Christina Norman donated over 1,000 bottles of water and sunscreen for Coolville Elementary’s end-of-year Field Day. Also in May, Sistersville & New Martinsville Branch Manager April Pierce and Peoples Insurance Agency’s Marci Davis provided lunch for the Tyler Consolidated High School baseball team in Tyler County, West Virginia. The team qualified for the state tournament for the first time in school history.


In June, Associates from the Gallipolis, Ohio branch bought pizza for Court Street Ministries, a local food pantry that provides lunch. Also in June, The Peoples Bank team in Russell, Kentucky recently decided to surprise the Flatwoods and Russell Police Departments and the local Senior Citizens Center with breakfast and beverages.

These are just a few of the ways we have been #PositivelyPEBO so far this year. We look forward to the rest of the year and what else is to come!

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