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2018 ALMBS Bank Staff Announced

Full Time

Brett Brown, President
Zachary Knott, Vice President & Loan Officer
Alex Francis, Teller
Max Hilton, Teller
Matthew Wright, Teller
Nicholas Cook, Teller

Part Time

Joel Morris, Barbour
Bailey Lancaster, Braxton
Weston Huggins, Panhandle
Mark Horn, Gilmer
Joel DeMersman, Calhoun
Mitchell Miller, Lewis
Austin Pyles, Upshur
Tyler Mason, Harrison
Chance Jewell, Marion
John Craig, Randolph
Christopher Coleman, Monroe
Daniel Costello, Webster

 

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Panhandle Primary Election Result

County Results

Sheriff – Caden Lucas (F), Weston Huggins (N)
County Clerk – Tyler Hill (F)
Prosecuting Attorney – Vacant (F) and Jackson Chaney (N)
Circuit Clerk – Mountain Jackson Harper (F) and Vacant (N)
Assessor – Kyle Waters “Beefy” (N)

County Commission (3) – Anthony Abrahamian (F), Jeremy Hardman (F) and Chance Winter (N)
House of Delegates – Jeremy Isaiah Meade (F), Easton Perry (F),  Braden Poling (F), Ethen Wilson (F), Malachi K. Woods (F), Jacob “Chops” Pennell (F), Jayson Ratliff (N), Jacob “Big Red” Tallamy (N), and Gavin McGrow (N)
State Senate (2) -Jack White (F), “Big” Adam Cox (N) and Maceon Wheeler (N)

City Results

Mayor – Kiyan Pepper Barlett (F)and Zander “The guy with messed up name” Kjar (N)
City Council (3) – Anthony Abrahamian (F), Braden Poling (F), David Carter (F), “Big” Adam Cox (N), Mace Wheeler (N), and Ty Flynn (N)

Non-Partisan Results

Board of Education (3) – Kiyan Pepper Bartlett, Joshua “Cazy” Caswell, Thomas “The saint” Sears
Circuit Judge – Joseph Wilkins
Magistrate – Blaize

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Monroe Primary Election Result

County Results

Sheriff -“Tricky” Ricky Osborne (F), and Otice Carder (N)
County Clerk – Brandon (Crimson Dynamite) Swick (F)
Prosecuting Attorney – Steven “Gums” Adamik (F) and Vacant
Circuit Clerk – Vacant and Vacant
Assessor – Nate Mountford (N)

County Commission (3) – Austin Splidil (F), Vacant and Vacant
House of Delegates – “Fin for the Win” Finnegan Hall (F), Cameron Adkins (N) and Kaden Statler (N)
State Senate (2) -Steve Lipovich (F), Aleksey Rasz (F) and “The Goat” Micheal Henriquez (N), and Cam Six (N)

City Results

Mayor – Vacant and Vacant
City Council (3) – Ryan Curtis Wrathford (F), Anthony Siler (N) and Vacant

Non-Partisan Results

Board of Education (3) – Austin Stricklin, Andrew Larser, Vacant
Circuit Judge – Adam Pack
Magistrate – Christopher Coleman

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Marion Primary Election Result

County Results

Sheriff – Zakk Vargo (F), Michael Fannin (N)
County Clerk – Vacant
Prosecuting Attorney – Hunter Jackson (F) and Vacant
Circuit Clerk – Vacant
Assessor – Vacant

County Commission (3) – Kenney “KP” Powell (F), Vacant and Vacant
House of Delegates – Cole Anderson (F), Chance Jewell (F), Layne “Train” Daniel (F), and Austin L Balker (N)
State Senate (2) -David “Bonefish” Snider (F), Johnathon “The Great” Gharib (F) and Alex “Pianoman” Staub (N)

City Results

Mayor – Johnathon “The Great” Gharib (P)and Patrick “Henry” Tilley (N)
City Council (3) – Issac Lewis (F), Bailey Lucas (N) and Conor Garvey (N)

Non-Partisan Results

Board of Education (3) – Jacob Peckens, Alex Oates, Austin Macek
Circuit Judge – Patrick Henry “Hank” Tilley
Magistrate – Thad Fullen

Edward Jones Provides Financial Guidance to ALMBS Citizens

Presenter – Michele Kroll and her daughter, Emily Kroll

Michele Kroll has been a financial advisor with Edward Jones for 14 years and has an office in Clarksburg, WV. She lives in Clarksburg with her husband, Paul, and two children, Brandon and Emily.  Prior to her career at Edward Jones, Michele worked in various capacities at Dominion Transmission, also in Clarksburg.

Michele has a background in accounting and economics from Fairmont State University and obtained an MBA from West Virginia University.

Attendee – Lisa Cain

Lisa Can has been a financial advisor with Edward Jones for 7 years and has an office in Buckhannon, WV. She is also one of two 401k specialists for the state of West Virginia. She resides in Buckhannon with her husband, Steve. They have 2 adult children, Alyssa who lives in Ravenswood and Ethan who lives in Charleston, WV.

Attendee – Tom Kliethermes

Tom Kliethermes started his career with Edward Jones

Treasurer John Perdue Visits ALMBS

The honorable John D. Perdue is West Virginia’s 24th State Treasurer and is currently serving his sixth term. Treasurer Perdue is West Virginia’s longest-serving state treasurer with 20 years in office. He gained that distinction in 2015 when he surpassed Richard Talbott (D-Barbour) who occupied the office from 1933-1951.

Treasurer Perdue has served the people of West Virginia for more than 40 years. He started his public service career with the Department of Agriculture in 1973. During his time there he held several positions, including the title of Assistant Commissioner. In 1989 he became executive assistant to former Governor Gaston Caperton and served as a member of his executive staff for eight years.

Since taking office in 1997, Treasurer Perdue has worked diligently to make West Virginia a better place for families, business owners and citizens of all ages. As the banker of state government, Treasurer Perdue manages more than $13 billion

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2018 ALMBS Bar Exam Results

Congratulations to the following Citizens for passing the bar exam and being eligible to being an ALMBS Attorney.

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Stanley M. Apanowicz
Christopher Michael Chambers
Ronald Howard Jennings III
Daniel Liam McCarthy
Jerrod Anthony Young

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Mark Joesph Daffron
Christopher Nils Gooding
Christopher Elijah Hill
Norman Heath Lee
Chase Austin Moore
Luke David Utt

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Jerod Robert Buck
Zachary James Hill
Boone Alexander Oliverio
Jacob Edward Paugh
Charles Manville Savilla III
Sinjin Tyler Smith
Brennon Christopher Weese

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Joseph Tyler Catlett
Joshua Andrew Conrad
Jeremiah Fain Dolan
Samuel Kizhakkekara Francis
Thomas Patrick Markland

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John Anthony Aloi
Brandon Tyler Arnal-Glasscock
Maximus Samuel Hilton
Hayden Beck Johns
Tyler Ryan Kibler

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Thomas Guy Azinger
Ryan Drew Bohrer
Nicholas Evan Cook
Alexandyr James Hummel
William Thomas Kegg
Brady Jonathan Kuhn
Aaron Joshua Page
Noah Robert Sampson
Stephen Robert Snyder
David Joseph Strange
Alexander William Tucker
Grayson Watson
Daniel A. Woods

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David Carl Agcaoili
Ethan Isaiah Clark
Sahil Dave
Phillip John Essenmacher
Tanner Bryan George
Preston Boyd Howard
Ethan Hunter Malcomb
Mitchell James Miller
Brandon Nguyen
Vincent Joseph Pinti
Robert Charles Preston
Samuel P. Reeder
Wade G. Underwood
Randolph Howard Wyatt III

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Brett A. Brown
Andrew Patrick Fleece
Jonathan Elias Gharib
Seth Hunter Hughes
Hunter Davis Jackson
Chance William Jewell
Isaac Joseph Lewis
Kenneth

ALMBS Flag Class Provides Americanism Instruction to Citizens

Title 4, United States Code, Chapter 1

As Adopted by the National Flag Conference, Washington, D.C., June 14-15, 1923, and Revised and Endorsed by the Second National Flag Conference, Washington, D.C., May 15, 1924. Revised and adopted at P.L. 623, 77th Congress, Second Session, June 22, 1942; as Amended by P.L. 829, 77th Congress, Second Session, December 22, 1942; P.L. 107 83rd Congress, 1st Session, July 9, 1953; P.L. 396, 83rd Congress, Second Session, June 14, 1954; P.L. 363, 90th Congress, Second Session, June 28, 1968; P.L. 344, 94th Congress, Second Session, July 7, 1976; P.L. 322, 103rd Congress, Second Session, September 13, 1994; P.L. 225, 105th Congress, Second Session, August 12, 1998; P.L. 80, 106th Congress, First Session, October 25, 1999; P.L. 110-41, 110th Congress, First Session, June 29, 2007; P.L. 110-181, 110th Congress, Second Session, January 28, 2008; P.L. 110-239, 110th Congress, Second Session, June 3, 2008, P.L. 110-417,

Commissioner of Agriculture Kent Leonhardt Addresses ALMBS

Kent Leonhardt is a longtime farmer who began his passion for the industry at a very young age while still serving in the United States Marine Corps. Towards the end of his military career, he bought a farm near Blacksville, WV that had sat abandoned for over 40 years. The farm, where he still lives today, was purchased in 1982, and started cultivating crops and raising livestock in 1997. For twenty years, Kent, with the help of his wife Shirley, raised sheep, cattle and goats and sold hay when there was a surplus available.

Kent received his formal education at the University of Missouri, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Management. While earning his degree, he took a variety of courses covering issues pertinent to agriculture as well as natural resources and environmental protection. Kent furthered his education by earning a Master’s in Business Management from Central Michigan University.

Besides earning post-secondary

Senator Shelley Moore Capito Welcomes ALMBS

Shelley Moore Capito was elected by the people of West Virginia to the United States Senate in 2014. She is the first female U.S. Senator in West Virginia’s history and was elected with the largest margin of victory for a Republican in state history – winning more than 62 percent of the vote and all 55 counties.

After serving West Virginia’s Second Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives for 14 years, and as a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates for four years prior, Shelley decided to run for Senate to be an even stronger voice for the Mountain State. She also saw an opportunity to restore order to a Senate stuck in gridlock for far too long.

Shelley believes that today’s challenges demand bipartisan solutions and cooperation across the aisle to advance legislation that benefits West Virginia and the country as a whole.

Shelley serves on the Senate