HCSB News :


  • Celebrating 10 Years of Service

    Congratulations to Suzanne Sarkine on 10 years of service at Hancock County Savings Bank.  We are glad to have Suzanne as part of our team.

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  • 2017 Weirton Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class Project

    Three members of the 2017 Leadership Weirton Class, Amanda Coppinger, Amy Franey-Cunningham, and Christine Holmes presented Catherine Ferrari (Hancock County Savings Bank President/CEO) with a plaque on Friday, July 7th. The plaque was given in recognition to the Bank’s donation and support for the 2017 Weirton Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class Project. The project was […]

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  • Judy Swearingen Retires

    Congratulations to Judy Swearingen on her retirement.  

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  • 4th of July

    HCSB took the opportunity to interact with the community during 4th of July celebrations in Chester, New Cumberland, and Weirton. Employees enjoyed the event along with our customers and visitors!

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  • Lynn Swan Retires

    Congratulations to Lynn Swan on her retirement.  We wish her the best!

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  • Salvation Army Food Drive

    Employees of Hancock County Savings Bank collect food for the Weirton Salvation Army.  They are a vital part of our community and we are proud to support them with the services that are provided to those in need.

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  • Celebrating 40 Years of Service

    Congratulations to Sarah Ryan who recently celebrated 40 years of service at Hancock County Savings Bank.  Sarah is an amazing person who loves the bank, her co-workers, and customers.  We are grateful and honored that she has chosen to be part of the success of Hancock County Savings Bank.     

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  • Oak Glen Middle School Memorial Day Program

    Hancock County Savings Bank participated in the Oak Glen Middle School Memorial Day program held on May 25th.  Catherine Ferrari, President/CEO and Douglas Comm, Executive VP/CIO of the Bank were proud to recognize and honor our nation’s military veterans.  

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  • John Manypenny Retires

    Congratulations to John Manypenny on 35 years of service. John has made many contributions to the Bank and community over his career.  We wish him the best in his retirement.  The best is yet to come.    

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  • Building a Stronger Community

        Hancock County Savings Bank hosted a luncheon on May 17th at the East Liverpool Country Club.  Representatives from the Bank and members of our local communities attended to discuss working together to build a stronger community.  Catherine Ferrari, President/CEO of HCSB spoke about the Hancock County Savings Bank Charitable Foundation and the process […]

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