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Dawnette Hotaling

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For Immediate Release

Dawnette M. Hotaling Celebrates Forty Years with Wayne Bank

Honesdale, PA – Wayne Bank recently honored Senior Vice President, Dawnette M. Hotaling, for her forty years of service with the Bank.

Dawnette began her banking career in 1981 and has held various positions during her tenure including Loan Officer, Senior Vice President of Retail Lending, and Senior Vice President of Branch Administration and Human Resources. Dawnette currently serves as the Senior Vice President and NY Retail Banking Market Manager. In this position she is responsible for leading eleven Wayne Bank branded Community Offices, as well as two Community Offices under the Bank of Cooperstown brand.

President and Chief Executive Officer of Wayne Bank, Lewis J. Critelli, remarked, “It is with great pleasure that we celebrate this milestone achievement in Dawnette’s community banking career. She is a key member of our senior management team and has played an instrumental role in our growth and expansion over recent years. We are grateful for her invaluable contributions to Wayne Bank, our customers, and our shareholders.”

Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. The Bank has 30 Community Offices serving Wayne, Pike, Monroe, Lackawanna, and Luzerne Counties in Pennsylvania, along with Delaware, Sullivan, Otsego, Ontario, and Yates Counties in New York State, including those offices operating under the Bank of Cooperstown and Bank of the Finger Lakes brands. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol— NWFL.

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