A mix of old and new in New Cumberland


The New Cumberland branch of Hancock County Savings Bank was opened June 1, 1983 at 1200 Ridge Avenue in New Cumberland, West Virginia. New Cumberland is the county seat of Hancock County and the bank’s office is nestled atop the hill among the historical buildings of the city.

The New Cumberland office creates a warm and very down to earth atmosphere for the employees and customers alike. HCSB is proud to provide exceptional customer service.

This past year the branch has seen many updates including new furniture, a new automatic door, new outdoor sidewalks, a new rate board station, and a fresh coat of paint throughout the building. A new ATM machine will also be installed this coming January.

A set of pictures featuring historical homes of New Cumberland have been displayed for many years. These charming sketches continue to be displayed as a reminder of the significance and beauty of the city.

Not only has the bank’s decor been updated but there are some new faces as well. Lonna Flowers recently assumed the role of Teller Supervisor and offers a fresh perspective in regards to deposit operations. Stephanie Staley, Bethany Barnhart and Carol Blake also work at the New Cumberland branch and were recently joined by new staff member Diane Wells. With over 50 years of combined experience, the ladies of New Cumberland offer a warm smile and familiarity to each customer who walks through the door and they are happy to assist with all needs.  

The New Cumberland office’s lobby hours are Monday through Friday 9am to 3pm. The drive thru hours are Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm. The lobby is closed on Saturdays but the drive thru is open from 9am to noon.

 

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From left, Diane Wells and Teller Supervisor Lonna Flowers sit
in the new chairs that were recently added to the lobby of the New
Cumberland branch.

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From left, Carol Blake and Bethany Barnhart pose by the new
rate board station.

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These pictures of historical homes in New Cumberland hang on
display as the focal point of recent renovations made to the New
Cumberland branch of HCSB.