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For Immediate Release

Wayne Bank Promotes Christine Routledge to Assistant Vice President

Honesdale, Pa – Lewis J. Critelli, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wayne Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Christine Routledge to Assistant Vice President.

According to Mr. Critelli, “It is my great pleasure to announce this promotion. Chrissy is dedicated member of our management team who is committed to providing outstanding personalized service to our customers. She is very active in her local community and a wonderful financial resource for the residents and businesses of Roscoe and the surrounding areas.”

Christine joined the bank in March of 2013 and is currently the Community Office Manager for the Roscoe Community Office. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Hartwick College and serves as the Vice President of the Roscoe-Rockland Chamber of Commerce, Secretary of the Roscoe-Rockland Ladies Auxiliary, and is a Board Member for the Roscoe Library. She is involved with many local organizations, including Roscoe 180 and Roscoe Beautification. Christine resides in Roscoe with her husband, Nate, and their two Jack Russell terriers, and enjoys traveling, sports, and spending time with her family and friends.

Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. The Bank has 26 Community Offices serving Wayne, Pike, Monroe, and Lackawanna Counties in Pennsylvania, along with Delaware and Sullivan Counties in New York State. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol—

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