Myrna Draghi Retires

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For Immediate Release

29-Year Milford Banker Myrna Draghi Retiring

Milford, PA – After almost 30 years working devotedly in customer service for Wayne Bank, Myrna Draghi, a resident of Shohola, is set to retire at High Noon on Friday, March 4.

Myrna joined Wayne Bank in December 1986 and currently works as one of Milford’s favorite tellers. “Myrna has always exemplified the courtesy and professionalism we all aspire to,” notes MaryAlice Petzinger, Wayne Bank Regional Vice President and Manager of the Milford Community Office. “For longer than the public Internet has existed, Myrna has been a steadfast and valuable resource to the residents of Pike County. While we are sad to see Myrna leave, we are very happy for her prospects for a long and rewarding retirement.”

Myrna described the secret to her long career as, “always having a nice bunch of people to work with.” MaryAlice added, “Myrna’s career is not only distinguished by her time of employment, but also by the tens-of-thousands of people in the Pike County community that she served.”

Myrna has been quiet about her immediate plans for retirement, but office staff have expressed confidence that she will remain a popular fixture in the local community.

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.

PHOTO CAPTION-LEFT TO RIGHT: MaryAlice Petzinger, Wayne Bank Regional Vice President and Manager of the Milford Community Office; Lewis J. Critelli, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wayne Bank; Myrna Draghi, Honored Retiree; and Robert J. Mancuso, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer.

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