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Hall Retiring from FNB, Reed to assume new role

For Immediate Release

February 12, 2016

Contact: Molly Bates, Marketing Director, 740-681-8216

Tim Hall has earned the respect and trust of clients and associates throughout the Lancaster area as a leading banker and lender. After a distinguished career in banking for the past 42 years, Tim will be retiring in April of this year.

FNB President Steve Wells said “Tim has been an incredibly valuable leader here for us and I have thoroughly enjoyed my association with him. He is client focused and has worked hard and effectively to assist many people with all types of financial matters over the years. He has also been very effective transferring knowledge to others preparing for this transition. Vice President Scott Reed will succeed Tim in leading our commercial banking operation. The two have worked closely for many years and along with Assistant Vice President Kim Sheldon and other FNB Officers we are well positioned to continue to build on the foundation of attentive service and responsible stewardship of bank and client resources that Tim has established so well.”

Hall is a member of the Fairfield National Bank Advisory Board of Directors and has served the Lancaster and Fairfield County community through his work as past president of the Robert K. Fox YMCA, past Treasurer of United Way, previous President of the Board of the Lancaster Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce and past Vice Chairman of the Lancaster Public Education Foundation. He resides in Lancaster with his wife, Peggy.

Reed has been with FNB since 2008 and has over 20 years of local banking experience. He currently serves as the Treasurer of the Lancaster – Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce, a member of the endowment committee at First United Methodist Church, Vice-Chair of the Fairfield County Corridor 33 Alliance. Reed is Past-chair of the New Horizons board, previous board member of Destination Downtown Lancaster and past member of the Revolving Loan Fund. He resides in Lancaster with his wife, Jamie and daughters Braidyn and Brenna. For more information about Fairfield National Bank, visit our website at www.FairfieldNationalBank.com, or call our main office at 740-653-7242.

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