Robert Mancuso

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For Immediate Release

Area Banker Appointed to Statewide Committee

Honesdale, PA – Robert J. Mancuso, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Wayne Bank has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PA Bankers) Information Technology Committee. The committee communicates information to PA Bankers’ members about issues of cyber security, technological advancements and information management within the banking industry.

“PA Bankers’ Information Technology Committee is an opportunity to convene some of the best IT minds from Pennsylvania’s banks,” said Duncan Campbell, president & CEO of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association. “We are thankful to Mr. Mancuso for his participation and insight.”

“Information security and cybersecurity are critical challenges that financial institutions and our customers face. Working together as part of the PA Bankers’ Information Technology Committee is a great opportunity to collectively combat growing threats from highly sophisticated and often substantial enemies.” adds Mr. Mancuso.

Mr. Mancuso has served the banking industry for over three decades and presently provides leadership of bank operations, information technology, branch administration, marketing, project management, security, procurement, insurance risk and facilities management for Wayne Bank.

The Pennsylvania Bankers Association, located in Harrisburg, is the state’s leading banking trade association representing an expansive and diverse membership. The association offers extensive continuing education programs and government relations representation on behalf of the industry, and provides numerous products and services for banks and their employees.

Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. The Bank has fifteen Community Offices in Wayne, Pike, Monroe, and Lackawanna Counties. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol – NWFL.

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