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Farmers Donates $7,500 to Keystone Education Foundation...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $7,500 to Keystone School District Education Foundation as part of the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.Keystone School District

The money will be used to fund academic and technological enhancements throughout the Keystone School District and reward students and teachers for achievement and excellence.

Accepting the donation on behalf of Keystone High School was Mr. Vern Lauffer, Business Manager. Representing The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was John B. Mason, Board Member, and Allan Johnson, Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager of the Knox Office.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is dedicated to making yearly contributions to educational improvement and scholarship organizations within the communities it serves through the EITC program.


Farmers Donates $3,000 to Brockway Education Foundation...


TBrockway Education Foundation resized 600he Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $3,000 to the Brockway Education Foundation as part of the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.

The Foundation is an independent public charity dedicated to encouraging community-wide participation and philanthropy to expand educational opportunities for all students in the Brockway Area School District.

Accepting the donation on behalf of the Brockway Education Foundation was Dr. Dan Hawkins, Superintendent. Representing The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was Rick Doverspike, Assistant Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer, Heather Serafini, Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager of the St. Marys and Ridgway Offices and Craig Carrow, Assistant Branch
Manager of the Ridgway Office.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is dedicated to making yearly contributions to educational improvement and scholarship organizations within the communities it serves through the EITC program.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer
Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).

For more information about Farmers National Bank, please visit the website at www.farmersnb.com or call 877-862-9270.


Emclaire Financial Corp Appoints Bauer and Freeman to Board of Directors...


Emlenton, Pennsylvania, November 21, 2014Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: EMCF), the parent holding company of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton (the “Bank”), today announced the appointment of Milissa Bauer and Robert W. Freeman to the Boards of Directors of the Company and the Bank, effective January 1, 2015.

“We are pleased to welcome Milissa and Robert to our Boards of Directors.  Their broad backgrounds and varied experience will add valuable insight to our boards,” said William C. Marsh, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and the Bank.  “We appreciate their willingness to serve as directors and look forward to the perspective they bring to the boards.”

Milissa Bauer has served as Executive Vice President of the Kriebel Companies since August 2008. Kriebel is a family owned business located in Clarion, Pennsylvania involved in the development of shallow conventional natural gas reserves. Ms. Bauer has been with Kriebel since 1990. She currently manages day-to-day relationships with Kriebel’s partners and many of the day to day operations at Kriebel.  Her responsibilities include partner relations, financial and tax-related information and filings, marketing and delivering of natural gas to end users and special projects.  Active in child-advocacy organizations, she is a founding member and co-chairperson of the Children’s Scholarship Fund of Pennsylvania.  Milissa is a member of the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association, the Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association, and a Trustee for Clarion University of Pennsylvania, where she holds the office of Secretary.   She is also a board member of the Clarion County YMCA.  

Robert W. Freeman is a partner in Beaconfield Consulting Group LLC, a management consulting firm located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania that provides governance, project management, process improvement and leadership consulting services to various industries, including Fortune 500 companies.  Mr. Freeman has a broad financial management and information technology background.  Previously, he served as Vice President of IT at Phillips Pet Food Supplies in Easton, Pennsylvania and prior to that as Chief Financial Officer of Iron Mountains, LLC in Morgantown, Pennsylvania.  Mr. Freemen held senior management and analyst positions with IBM Global Services and Hershey Foods Corporation before joining Iron Mountains, LLC. 

 

Emclaire Financial CorpEmclaire Financial Corp is the parent company of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton, an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Company’s common stock is quoted on and traded through the NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol “EMCF”.  For more information, visit the Company’s website at “www.emclairefinancial.com”.


Officers Receive State Certification...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is pleased to announce that Jerry Millin, Vice President and Information Technology Manager, and Andrew Hogue, Assistant Vice President - Facilities and Security Manager, obtained their Certified Community Bank Security Professional Certification (CCBSP) through the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers (PACB).

The PACB offers the CCBSP Certification program to ensure financial institutions are prepared and educated on how to actively respond to internet crime and threats.  To successfully complete this certification, Millin and Hogue had to complete a series of events and pass the final CCBSP examination.

“Protecting the security and privacy of our customers is of utmost importance.  We remain committed to providing advanced education for bank personnel on how to deter, detect and defend against threats and minimize the effects of potential fraud,” said William C. Marsh, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson, and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).  For more information, please visit www.farmersnb.com.


Farmers Donates $12,000 to Keystone High School...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $12,000 to KeystoneScoreboard SM resized 600Keystone High School to cover the full cost of  two new scoreboards to be located in the gymnasium.

Accepting the donation on behalf of Keystone High School was Mr. Vern Lauffer, Business Manager.  Representing The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was John B. Mason, Board Member, and Allan Johnson, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Knox Office.  

“The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton supports educational institutions, such as Keystone, who are responsible for the growth and development of our youth through educational and healthy endeavors.” said Mason.

The Keystone School District’s mission is to foster a learning environment that will guide students to be responsible individuals and provide them with necessary tools for their futures.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).  For more information about Farmers National Bank, please visit the website at www.farmersnb.com or call 877-862-9270.


Farmers Employees donate to Brookville Volunteer Fire Company...


The employees of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $435 to the Brookville Volunteer Fire Company (BVFC). Employees of the Bank raised money for this donation through their Community Jeans Day program.

Accepting the donation on behalf of the BVFC was Fire Chief Jim Lipuma and members Dick Booser, Tracy Zents, Valerie Zents and Katie Zents.  Representing The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was Stephanie Burford, Branch Manager of the Brookville Office and Cheri Wonderling, Head Teller of the Brookville Office.

Brookville VFD Donations resized 600The BVFC is dispatched throughout Jefferson County from the location of the firehouse at 240 Madison Avenue Brookville Borough.  The BVFC is the only fire station in the borough of Brookville and has sole responsibility of providing fire protection to its 4,600 residents.  Additionally, the BVFD hosts community events throughout the year such as Community Days, Easter Egg Hunt, Haunted Hay Ride and more.

Community Jeans Day is a bank-wide employee program that benefits local organizations within the Bank’s footprint.  Employees of the Bank are encouraged to donate each month and in return, are permitted to wear jeans on Fridays.  All money raised goes back into the community through gifting to local, non-profit organizations.


Hilfiger joins Farmers as Branch Manager...


The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton announced that Kyle A. Hilfiger has been named Branch Manager of the Bon Aire and Meridian offices in Butler, Pennsylvania.

In this position, Mr. Hilfiger will be responsible for managing theHilfiger_Farmers National Bank daily operations of the full-service banking offices, developing and expanding customer relationships and overseeing the delivery of high quality service.  Prior to joining Farmers National Bank, Hilfiger has seven years of experience managing a large retail store.  Hilfiger earned a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration degree from Pennsylvania State University.

Mr. Hilfiger resides in Butler County, Pennsylvania with his family.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).  For more information about The Farmers National Bank, please visit the website at www.farmersnb.com or call 877-862-9270.


Farmers donates $26,700 to A-C Valley High School...


AC Valley School District and Farmers BankThe Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $26,700 to the Allegheny-Clarion Valley High School to cover the full cost of a new scoreboard located at the high school playing field.  The Bank will have its logo placed along the bottom of the sign.

Accepting the donation on behalf of Allegheny-Clarion Valley High School was David McDeavitt, Superintendent, and Emily Foust, Business Manager.  Representing The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was William C. Marsh, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Cindy Elder, Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Emlenton Office.  

“We are happy to continue supporting the local high school in the community of our headquarters. We have enjoyed a long relationship with A-C Valley and look forward to many more years of working together” said Marsh.

The high school playing field is utilized for many functions including football, track and cross country.  The A-C Valley Youth Football team also plays on this field.  The Allegheny-Clarion Valley School District’s mission is to provide quality education and create a learning environment that engages all students in lifelong learning for an ever changing world.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).  For more information about Farmers National Bank, please visit the website at www.farmersnb.com or call 877-862-9270.


Farmers Donates $15,000 to Emlenton Volunteer Fire Department...


Trevor Hile Bruce Campbell Barry Louise William Marsh(2) resized 600The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton recently donated $15,000 to the Emlenton Volunteer Fire Department.  This donation will help support the costs incurred while expanding the current fire station located at 410 Main Street in Emlenton. 

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton partnered with the Fire Department to increase safety, by providing a larger area to house additional emergency vehicles.  “We are thankful to have such a dedicated group of individuals protecting our town,” said William C. Marsh, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton. “The Bank is dedicated to supporting projects intended to help the local community and we appreciate the long-standing relationship that we have with the department .”

Accepting the donation on behalf of the Emlenton Volunteer Fire Department was Chief, Barry Louise and firefighters, Bruce Campbell and Trevor Hile.  Representing the Farmers National Bank of Emlenton was Mr. Marsh.

The Emlenton Volunteer Fire Department has been serving and protecting Emlenton and the surrounding areas since 1877, responding to fire and medical calls, search and rescue operations, public safety concerns, and more.  The Department continues to stay involved in all community activities and remains the center for many civic projects.

The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton is an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community commercial bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full-service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: “EMCF”).  For more information about Farmers National Bank, please visit the website at www.farmersnb.com or call 877-862-9270.

Photo courtesy of Dave Staab, Progress News.


Emclaire Financial Corp Appoints Nicholas D. Varischetti to Board of Directors...


Nicholas D. VarischettiEmlenton, Pennsylvania, September 22, 2014Emclaire Financial Corp (NASDAQ: EMCF), the parent holding company of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton (the “Bank”), today announced the appointment of Nicholas D. Varischetti to the Boards of Directors of the Company and the Bank, effective January 1, 2015.

“We are pleased to welcome Nicholas Varischetti to our Boards of Directors.  Nicholas’s broad experience will add valuable perspective to our boards,” said William C. Marsh, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and the Bank.  “We appreciate his willingness to serve as a director and look forward to benefitting from his judgment and counsel.”

Mr. Varischetti is an attorney at Burns White in Pittsburgh, Pa, where he assists businesses from a wide range of industries with their litigation, general business and advisement needs.  Mr. Varischetti also is a shareholder and director of Guardian Elder Care Holdings, Inc., a healthcare provider with more than 30 nursing facilities, a rehabilitation services business, a long-term care pharmacy, and a home health company. He also is a partner of Varischetti Holdings, LP, a family-owned and operated organization consisting of several different businesses, including real estate investments, powder metal manufacturing and an oil and gas field services company, as well as a member of Varischetti Sports, LLC, which owns a minority interest in the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Outside of the legal profession, Mr. Varischetti serves as a Chairman of Pittsburgh’s Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority (ICA) Board, where he was appointed by the Senate President Pro Tempore in May 2012.  Additionally, Mr. Varischetti is actively involved in the community as a member of the board of directors of Every Child Inc., the Manchester Bidwell Corporation, the Frank Varischetti Foundation, the Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project (PUMP) and the La Roche College’s Board of Trustees.  Furthermore, Mr. Varischetti participates in the Jack Heinz Society for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Greater Pittsburgh ATHENA Awards.

Emclaire Financial CorpEmclaire Financial Corp is the parent company of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton, an independent, nationally chartered, FDIC-insured community bank headquartered in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, operating fifteen full service offices in Venango, Butler, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Jefferson and Mercer Counties, Pennsylvania.  The Company’s common stock is quoted on and traded through the NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol “EMCF”.  For more information, visit the Company’s website at “www.emclairefinancial.com/”.


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