Richard W. Ogden ’80

2019 Lifetime Achievement

Rick Ogden, 2019 Penn State DuBois Lifetime Achievement

Richard W. Ogden ’80 ACCT, is Senior Executive Vice President – Chief Risk Officer at Riverview Financial Corporation in Harrisburg, PA. 

Rick began his career with CBT Bank in 1981, as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.  In 2017 CBT Bank merged with Riverview Financial Corporation, a $1.1 billion independent community bank, serving 16 Pennsylvania counties through 28 community banking offices and 3 limited purpose offices. With this merger, Rick transitioned as a member of the Riverview Financial Corporation’s executive management team, providing leadership over Riverview Bank and its operating divisions, including Citizens Neighborhood Bank, CBT Bank, Riverview Wealth Management and CBT Financial and Trust Management. Rick has 38 years of banking experience.

As SEVP, Chief Risk Officer, Rick’s responsibilities include leading the Board of Directors and senior management in the development, implementation, and maintenance of a risk management framework including policies, systems, and processes; directing the Bank’s enterprise risk, BSA/AML compliance, audit, and security functions to ensure proper safety and soundness and adherence to regulatory requirements.

Over the years, Rick has been active in the Clearfield Community. He currently serves on the Local Board of Administration of the Hyde Wesleyan Church and is historian of the Clearfield Baseball team.  Previously he served on the DuBois Educational Foundation, Clearfield Chamber of Commerce, Clearfield Foundation, Lawrence Township Wolf Run Industrial Park Authority, Clearfield Area United Way, Lawrence Township Recreation Board, and Clearfield Vision 2020. 

Rick is also active within the Penn State community. In 2018 he established the Richard W. Ogden Family Open Door Scholarship. He also serves on the capital campaign committee “A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence”. 

He lives in Clearfield, PA. and enjoys traveling in his free time. He and his late wife, Vickie, have two adult children, Cammeron and Corey.