Citizens Bank of WV places ATM in Rock Cave IGA

Citizens Bank of West Virginia recently placed a new ATM in the Rock Cave IGA, the institution’s third ATM in Upshur County and the 11th in their fleet.

“We would like to express our appreciation to the Hawkins family and Rock Cave IGA for the placement of the ATM in their store to better serve customers that live, work or travel in the southern part of Upshur County,” said President & CEO Nathaniel S. Bonnell. “Consumers will be able to conveniently get cash seven days a week when the IGA is open.”

Citizens Bank of West Virginia’s Upshur County office is located at 66 West Main Street in downtown Buckhannon with a 24/7 ATM; another ATM is located at St. Joseph’s Hospital, 1 Amalia Drive.

The Rock Cave IGA is open 8am – 8pm Monday through Saturday and 10am – 5pm on Sunday at 88 Rock Cave Road. Citizens Bank of West Virginia customers also have access to surcharge-free ATMs at 600 plus Sheetz locations in West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
About Citizens Bank of West Virginia

Citizens provides integrated financial services including retail and commercial banking, wealth management, and mortgage services from six offices in Elkins, Parsons, Beverly, Snowshoe, Buckhannon and New Martinsville. The bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Citizens Financial Corp. (OTC: CIWV). For more information, visit us online at



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