Roach Energy partnered with the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle to raise funds for their Warming Hands and Hearts initiative from January until the end of March that coordinates efforts to keep the heat on for the neediest of our community members.
Martinsburg, WV (PRWeb) May 1, 2013 – Affordable heating solutions provider, Roach Energy, is excited to announce they raised a total of $16, 244 for the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle...Read more
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Roach Energy, one of the fastest-growing suppliers of energy products and services in the Eastern Panhandle, monetarily supported Hospice of the Panhandle’s meaningful campaign.
MARTINSBURG, WV (PRWEB) February 22, 2013 – Roach Energy recently signed on to Hospice of the Panhandle’s ‘Building the Dream’ campaign, offering a $5,000 gift to the agency in the non-profit’s quest to build a...Read more
Each winter, many families struggle to warm their homes when the temperatures drop. Warming Hands and Hearts is a United Way of the Eastern Panhandle initiative that coordinates efforts to keep the heat on for the neediest of our community members.
This is accomplished by pooling existing funds from Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and charitable and faith-based organizations then supplementing those dollars with donations from the Warming Hands and Hearts fund. ...Read more
R.M. Roach employs nearly 200 hard working men and women in the Tri-State area. We recognize that our employees are a huge part of our success. They are the face of the organization and are willing to do whatever it takes to create a positive customer experience. It’s our service and expertise in our respective fields that set us apart from the competition.
We are dedicated to the community we serve and are committed to providing the highest level of customer service. Whether you...Read more
It all started with the hiring of a truck driver in 1927. The Texas Company had been operating at its location on East John Street in Martinsburg since 1917, and R. Mark “Mickey” Roach was hired ten years later to operate a tank truck as part of the firm’s kerosene and gasoline supply business. Today an incarnation of that business, R.M. Roach & Sons still exists in the Panhandle, and the story of the family who owns and operates it is an incredible account that truly needs to be shared...Read more