Chad Branson and Laura Evick Appointed as Chair and Vice Chair of the PCB Board of Directors
PCB is excited to announce the appointment of Chad Branson as Chair and Laura Evick as Vice Chair to the organization’s Board of Directors. Chad Branson has served on the Board of Directors since 2014, and Laura Evick has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2010.
“I look forward to working with Chad and Laura in their new positions on the Board of Directors as we continue to build our brand of community banking in the markets we serve,” stated William A. Loving, President and CEO.
Chair of the Board of Directors
Chad Branson has extensive experience in sales, property management, and development through his 17-year career in the real estate industry with Old Dominion Realty. He studied finance and accounting at Concord College before receiving his MBA from the University of Kentucky. He currently resides in Broadway, Virginia, with his wife Micah, and his two children, Leighton and Corbin. Outside the office, he enjoys hunting, spending time with family and friends, and helping with his family’s beef and turkey farm in Lost River, West Virginia.
Vice Chair of the Board of Directors
Laura Evick is licensed as an attorney in both West Virginia and Virginia and has practiced law for 26 years. She joined Hoover Penrod, PLC in 2007 with a general practice focusing in the areas of adoption, family law, real estate transactions, and business. She grew up outside of Franklin, West Virginia, and attended Bridgewater College and West Virginia University College of Law. Laura was a founding member of the Collaborative Professionals of the Shenandoah Valley and is currently a member of the Collaborative Professionals of the Shenandoah Valley, the Virginia Collaborative Professionals, and the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. Laura is also a past member of the Board for Skyline Literacy. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, traveling, and spending time with her two children, family, and friends.