David Antoline has spent his entire life on the family farm in Dillonvale, Ohio. It’s a place he loves and cherishes. One of his favorite things about the farm is that it’s perfect for raising and riding horses — something he enjoys doing with his wife, Tina.
Communities We Serve
At Gateway, being active and engaged in the communities we live and work in is part of our culture. We want to ensure we're giving back to our communities the same amazing support they have given us. Check out the posts below to see some of the ways Gateway is making a difference.
If you live in an area where there’s drilling for oil or natural gas, you may have heard some talk about “mineral rights”. You may have even received letters in the mail from companies expressing interest in purchasing or leasing your mineral rights. The first question that might spring into your mind is: just what are mineral rights?
At Gateway, we how much your land means to you. We live in Eastern Ohio, and we’re proud to be an Eastern Ohio company. We’re committed to making a positive impact in the region and giving back to the community.
"Gateway has changed my life immensely! Because of what Gateway has done for me, I will now be able to stay in my home and I'll be able to live a little beyond month-to-month."
“Gateway gave us freedom.. They gave us the freedom to do whatever we want to do. We can wake up in the morning and do something different every day. We can travel some place far away if we want, or we can just do little, local things if we want. It's just complete freedom.”
Gateway has been a regular attendee at the Belmont County Fair over the past several years, frequently purchasing animals from 4H participants. And this year was no different.
Gateway purchased Lauren Blon's grand champion turkey at the 2017 Belmont County Fair. Gateway believes it’s important to support these kids and the local community we serve.