GALLIPOLIS, Ohio — Ohio Valley Banc Corp. [NASDAQ: OVBC] Chairman Jeffrey E. Smith recently announced the promotions of Shelly N. Boothe and Terri M. Camden. Boothe was named Assistant Vice President, Business Development Officer. Camden was named Assistant Vice President, Human Resources Officer.
Boothe began her career at Ohio Valley Bank in 1998 as a teller. She is a graduate of River Valley High School and the University of Rio Grande. In her community, she is an active member of the Gallipolis Jr. Women’s Club, Hannan Trace youth athletics, Mercerville Baptist Church, and Partners of Hope Cancer Coalition. Boothe has also been known to pick up a hammer and pitch in to build homes with Habitat for Humanity.
Camden also joined the Ohio Valley Bank family in 1998 as a teller. Also like Boothe, she is a graduate of River Valley High School and the University of Rio Grande. In 2006, she received the Joycelyn Barlow Award of Excellence, OVB’s highest honor. In her community, she is an active member of Harris Baptist Church where she serves as treasurer and the Rio Grande Summer Baseball Association. For many years, she has served lunch to local veterans as part of the Bank’s annual Veterans Appreciation Luncheon.
Ohio Valley Bank, established in 1872, operates 19 offices throughout southern Ohio and western West Virginia. The Bank is owned by parent company, Ohio Valley Banc Corp., which also owns Loan Central, a finance company specializing in loans and tax services. Ohio Valley Banc Corp. stock is traded on The NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol OVBC. The company’s website is www.ovbc.com