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WesBanco, Inc. (WSBC)

3/16/2006 Proxy Information

Jay T. McCamic is the brother of director Abigail M. Feinknopf.

Ernest S. Fragale is a former President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco Mortgage Company.

Mr. George is Chairman of WesBanco, Inc. and former President and Chief Executive Officer. He is also former President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco Bank, Inc. and former Chairman of WesBanco Bank Wheeling.

It has been the practice of the Bank, on occasion, to engage in the ordinary course of business in banking transactions, which at times involved loans in excess of $60,000, with some of its Officers and Directors and some of the Officers and Directors of the Corporation and their associates. It is anticipated that the practice will be continued. All loans to such persons, however, have been made, and in the future will be made, in the ordinary course of business and on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons, and did not, and will not, involve more than normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.

Vaughn L. Kiger, a director of the Corporation, leases two parcels of real estate to the banking subsidiary of the Corporation on which the Bank operates a drive-in facility. The leases predate Mr. KigerŐs election to the Board and were executed by a predecessor bank acquired by the Corporation. The rental income payable on the two parcels combined is approximately $33,800.

James C. Gardill serves as general counsel to the Corporation and he is a member of Phillips, Gardill, Kaiser & Altmeyer, PLLC, of which Edward M. George, III is a member. Mr. George is the son of Edward M. George, a Director and Chairman of the Corporation.

From time to time, the firm of Schrader, Byrd & Companion, PLLC, of which Ray A. Byrd, a Director of the Corporation, is a member, performs services for the Corporation. It is contemplated that this firm will be retained to perform legal services during the current year. The Corporation also retains the law firm of McCamic, Sacco, Pizzuti & McCoid, PLLC, pursuant to an agreement dated November 30, 2001, as modified by letter dated January 7, 2003. The agreement provides for a monthly retainer of $6,000 and continues for a term of six (6) years from March 1, 2002. Jay T. McCamic, a Director of the Corporation, is a member of such professional limited liability company.

3/17/2005 Proxy Information

It has been the practice of the Bank, on occasion, to engage in the ordinary course of business in banking transactions, which at times involved loans in excess of $60,000, with some of its Officers and Directors and some of the Officers and Directors of the Corporation and their associates. It is anticipated that the practice will be continued. All loans to such persons, however, have been made, and in the future will be made, in the ordinary course of business and on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons, and did not, and will not, involve more than normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features. From time to time, the firm of Schrader, Byrd & Companion, PLLC, of which Ray A. Byrd, Director of the Corporation, is a member, performs services for the Corporation. It is contemplated that this firm will be retained to perform legal services during the current year. The Corporation also retains the law firm of McCamic, Sacco, Pizzuti & McCoid, PLLC, pursuant to an agreement dated November 30, 2001, as modified by letter dated January 7, 2003. The agreement provides for a monthly retainer of $6,000 and continues for a term of six (6) years from March 1, 2002. Jay T. McCamic, a Director of the Corporation, is a member of such professional limited liability company.

John H. Cheffy is a a former Vice President/Cashier of WesBanco Bank Barnesville.

Ernest S. Fragale is a former President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco Mortgage Company and former owner and President of Universal Mortgage Company.

Edward M. George is Chairman of WesBanco, Inc. and former President and Chief Executive Officer. He is also former President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco Bank, Inc. and former Chairman of WesBanco Bank Wheeling.

Abigail M. Feinknopf is the sister of director Jay T. McCamic .

3/15/2004 Proxy Information

Kristine N. MolnarŐs husband, Douglas A. Molnar, was Executive Vice President of James Communications, Inc. which provided marketing, advertising and creative services to the Corporation during the year 2004 under a month to month contract at fees totaling $496,022 which expired on December 31, 2004. Mr. Molnar was hired as a Senior Vice President of the Corporation effective as of January 1, 2005.

3/15/2004 Proxy Information

Edward M. George is a former Vice Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco. He is also former President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco Bank, Inc. and former Chairman of WesBanco Bank Wheeling.

John H. Cheffy is a former Vice President/Cashier of WesBanco Bank Barnesville.

Christopher V. Criss is former Vice Chairman of WesBanco Bank Parkersburg.

Ernest S. Fragale is the former President of WesBanco Mortgage Company.

William E. Mildren served as Vice Chairman of WesBanco, Inc., Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of WesBanco Bank Parkersburg.

Ray A. Byrd is a partner at Schrader, Byrd & Companion, PLLC (law firm). The firm performs services for WesBanco, Inc.

James C. Gardill - Fees aggregating $737,970 were paid to the law firm of Phillips, Gardill, Kaiser & Altmeyer, PLLC for legal services rendered to the Corporation and its banking affiliates during the year 2003.

Jeremy C. McCamic entered into a consulting agreement with the Corporation that became effective upon completion of the merger pursuant to which he provides such services as the Corporation may request from time to time, and the Corporation pays Mr. McCamic a monthly payment, plus expenses, for his services.

The Corporation retains the law firm of McCamic, Sacco & Pizzuti, PLLC, pursuant to an agreement dated November 30, 2001, as modified by letter dated January 7, 2003. The agreement provides for a monthly retainer of $6,000 and continues for a term of six (6) years from March 1, 2002. Jay T. McCamic, a Director of the Corporation, is a member of such professional limited liability company.

Kristine N. MolnarŐs husband, Douglas A. Molnar, is Executive Vice President of Tal-Pittsburgh, Inc. which provides marketing, advertising and creative services to the Corporation under a current one (1) year contract at fees approximating $492,785.

Abigail M. Feinknopf is the sister of director Jay T. McCamic.

3/13/2003 Proxy Information

From time to time, the firm of Phillips, Gardill, Kaiser & Altmeyer, PLLC of which James C. Gardill, Chairman of the Board and a Director of the Corporation, is a member, and the firm of Schrader, Byrd & Companion, PLLC, of which Ray A. Byrd, Director of the Corporation, is a member, perform services for the Corporation. Fees aggregating $688,617 were paid to the law firm of Phillips, Gardill, Kaiser & Altmeyer, PLLC for legal services rendered to the Corporation and its banking affiliates during the year 2002. It is contemplated that one or both of these firms will be retained to perform legal services during the current year. The Corporation also retains the law firm of McCamic, Sacco & Pizzuti, PLLC, pursuant to an agreement dated November 30, 2001, as modified by letter dated January 7, 2003. The agreement provides for a monthly retainer of $6,000 and continues for a term of six years from March 1, 2002. Jay T. McCamic, a Director of the Corporation is a member of such professional corporation.

Kristine N. Molnar's husband, Douglas A. Molnar, is Executive Vice President of Tal-Pittsburgh, Inc. which provides marketing, advertising and creative services to the Corporation under a current one (1) year contract at fees approximating $444,536.

Abigail M. Feinknopf is the sister of Jay T. McCamic, a nominee.