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B. Lee Snyder graduated from Shepherd University in 1972 with a Bachelor of Science and in 2013 with an MBA.  He is President and Founder of Snyder Environmental Services, a utility construction and maintenance company based in Kearneysville, WV with 100 employees.  Snyder Environmental operates in 6 states and the District of Columbia and does sales of over 35 million dollars per year.  Mr. Snyder is also President and Founder of Jefferson Utilities, Inc., which had provided water service to 3,500 customers in Jefferson County.  In 2023, after growing the company for 26 years, Mr. Snyder sold Jefferson Utilities to the West Virginia American Water Company.  Mr. Snyder is Past President of the Contractors Association of West Virginia, having served as President in 2012.

Mr. Snyder is married to Karen L. Snyder.  Mr. Snyder has served on the Board of Farmers and Mechanics Mutual Insurance Company since March 4, 1994.

Anthony J. Petrucci is a 1978 graduate of Hedgesville High School and a 1982 graduate of Shepherd University with a BS in Biology.  Mr. Petrucci is married to Kimberly, and has three children, Avery, Ashlin and Austin, along with three step-children, Sydney, Corey and Dustin and a granddaughter, Ellis.  He is currently the owner of Petrucci Beef Cattle and Produce Operation and in 2022 became the Berkeley County Clerk.  Mr. Petrucci is a past member of Farm Land Protection Board of Berkeley County, the Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservation, the Southern States CO-OP in Martinsburg, and St. Joseph School Board in Martinsburg.  He is a member of the Local Knights of Columbus as well as the local Moose Lodge in Martinsburg, WV.

Mr. Petrucci is a past member of the Berkeley County P.A.S.S. Program, A past volunteer coach for St. Joseph Basketball, and a past member of the Berkeley County Planning Commission.  Mr. Petrucci is a member of St. Joseph Church and past member of the St. Joseph Pastoral Council in Martinsburg.  He had served as a member of the Berkeley County Council from 2009-2014.  He has worked for several years with the Work Exploration Program in Berkeley County.  He is also a Board Member of the Berkeley County Backpack Program.

Mr. Petrucci has served on the Board of Farmers and Mechanics Mutual Insurance Company since February 13, 1998.

Foster L. Sirbaugh, Jr. is a graduate of Berkeley Springs High School and Shepherd University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a Minor in Economics.  He began his insurance career with Farmers and Mechanics Mutual Insurance Company of West Virginia in 1982.  Mr. Sirbaugh has held various positions within the company including the Underwriting, Claims and Accounting Departments and as a Field Inspector/Representative.  He has also worked on the agency operations side of the insurance industry.

Currently, Mr. Sirbaugh is the President and CEO of Farmers and Mechanics Mutual Insurance Company of West Virginia, Farmers Mechanics Fire and Casualty Insurance Company, and Pulaski & Giles Mutual Insurance Company.  In addition, he is currently a Board Member for Farmers and Mechanics Mutual Insurance Company of West Virginia, Farmers and Mechanics Fire and Casualty Insurance Company, and Pulaski & Giles Mutual Insurance Company.

Mr. Sirbaugh also serves as a Board Member for the West Virginia Insurance Guaranty Association, the West Virginia Essential Property Insurance Association “Fair Plan,” and Treasurer of the West Virginia Insurance Federation.  He has been affiliated with many Civic organizations including the United Way, Rotary Club of Martinsburg, and volunteered with various youth recreational leagues and school athletic boosters.

Mr. Sirbaugh is married to Michelle, and they have three grown children, and three grandchildren.

Charles W. Hensell, III is a graduate of Martinsburg High School and attended Marshall University.  He is the Broker/Owner of Hensell Realty Company and Partner in multiple Real Estate Investment Companies.  Mr. Hensell has been in the Real Estate Industry for 31 years.

Mr. Hensell is a member of Trinity Episcopal Church.  He is currently on the WVU East Hospital Board, Chairman of The Bank of Charles Town Eastern Panhandle Advisory Board, Vice President of The Eastern Panhandle Parks and Recreation Board. Mr. Hensell formerly served as a Board Member of WVU East Hospital Foundation, Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation, the Board of Directors of the Eastern Panhandle Board of Realtors, the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle, Inc. and has been a member of the Chamber of Commerce since 1993 to present date.

He and his wife, Karen reside in Martinsburg, WV. They have two daughters, Maggie of Tampa Florida, and Ella (currently attending West Virginia University).