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Feel free to get in touch with us so that we can provide you with the banking service you need.

Telephone Banking

Automated account information: (800) 200-3458

Williamstown Location

Williamstown Office

435 Highland Avenue
Williamstown, WV 26187
Phone: (304) 375-6262
Fax: (304) 375-6274
Parkersburg Location

Parkersburg Office

3002 E. Seventh St.
Parkersburg, WV 26101
Phone: (304) 485-1717
Fax: (304) 485-1711

E-Mail Us

At Williamstown Bank, we pride ourselves on providing you the best possible customer service. Should you have any questions, comments, or just want some information on our bank, please email us at

When emailing with a question regarding your accounts, please remember not to include personal or account specific information in your email. A Williamstown Bank representative will contact you by phone to discuss your concern.

President and Chief Executive Officer

E. K. Sleeth


Senior Vice President

Joe Flinn


Customer Service
Senior Vice President

Sharon Anderson


Vice President
Commercial Loans

Todd Cunningham


Parkersburg Office
Asst. Vice President

Melissa Morrison


Vice President
Mortgage Loans

Teresa Cunningham


Risk Management
Vice President
Audit & Compliance

Kelly Allen


Risk Management
Asst. Vice President
BSA Officer

Tamera Stevens


Risk Management
Asst. Vice President

Mary Dick


Report a lost or stolen Debit Card

Debit Card

During regular banking hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm, please contact our Customer Service Department at either of our offices by calling (304) 375-6262 or (304) 485-1717.

During non-banking hours, please call our debit card processor at (304) 375-3028. You will be asked questions to verify your identity and your card will then be cancelled. Card re-issuance will be handled by Williamstown Bank.

Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Williamstown Bank strives to provide our customers with quality customer service in a safe, secure environment. We will never ask you for any kind of personal information through an email, text, or unsolicited phone call. Should you receive any communication stating it is from Williamstown Bank and is asking for an account number, birth date, social security number, or any other personal information, please contact one of our offices immediately. Do not give out this information as it is likely a phishing or other type of scam.

We at Williamstown Bank make every effort to ensure your personal information is not compromised and want to help educate our customers about the growing problem of Identity Theft. For more information, please see the link below for resources regarding Identity Theft and what to do if you feel your personal information has been compromised in some way.

Security Tips