Pub. 1 2019 Issue 6

HOMETOWN BANKER | HOMETOWNBANKER.ORG | 33 NEWS FROM YOUR Hometown Kimberly J. Brumbaugh BANK OF Bird-in-Hand a full service community bank BANK OF BIRD-IN-HAND SELECTED FOR FDIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON COMMUNITY BANKING Bank of Bird-in-Hand (the “Bank”) announced that it has been selected to participate as a member of the FDIC Advisory Committee on Community Banking in Washington, D.C. This committee reports to the chairman of the board of directors at the FDIC. The Bank is one of 16 banks selected from approximately 5,400 banks around the country. This committee provides the FDIC with advice and guidance on a broad range of important policy issues im- pacting small community banks throughout the country, as well as the local communities they serve, with a focus on rural areas. The committee is slated to meet three times during 2019 at the FDIC headquarters in Washington, D.C. Lori A. Maley, CPA, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank stated, “The Bank and the Board of Directors are humbled to have been selected to participate in this Committee. It is an honor to represent community banks not only throughout the state of Pennsylvania, but also throughout the country. As the first start-up bank in the country since the financial crisis, the Bank also has the ability to discuss the issues of growing a community bank from the ground up”. MID PENN BANCORP, INC. AND MID PENN BANK ANNOUNCE APPOINTMENT OF NEW BOARD MEMBER Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mid Penn Bank, are pleased to an- nounce the appointment of Kimberly J. Brumbaugh to their Board of Directors, effective Febru- ary 27, 2019. Kim is the Founder and CEO of Brumbaugh Wealth Management, LLC where she serves clients in the areas of comprehensive financial planning and investment management. She has over 21 years of wealth management experience and has owned her own firm for 14 years. Kim joins the Board of Directors of Mid Penn Bancorp and Mid Penn Bank having supported causes in Chester County for more than two decades. Currently, she serves as the Immediate Past Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry, as well as the Past Chairperson of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center. Kim is a Top of the Table Member of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) and is a member of the Women Inspiring, Supporting, and Educating (WISE) Group within Lincoln Financial Network. “We are excited that Kim has accepted a position on our Board of Directors. We look forward to working with her, as her professional experiences and unique skill set will contribute im- mensely to the future of our company,” said Board Chairman, Robert C. Grubic. President and CEO, Rory G. Ritrievi, stated, “Mid Penn Bank has been in existence in the state of Pennsylvania for over 150 years. It was one of the first banks in the Commonwealth to have a female board member, with our beloved Anna Woodside. Today, we honor Ms. Wood- side’s legacy with the announcement that Kimberly Brumbaugh will be joining the boards of both Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc. and Mid Penn Bank. Ms. Brumbaugh shares many of the same traits that Ms. Woodside exhibited during her tenure on the board. Among those traits are a commitment to personal and professional excellence and a laser focus on the community. We are confident that Kim’s presence in the Board Room will be immediate and impactful.” “I am humbled to be considered for and offered a position on Mid Penn’s Board. I was drawn to Mid Penn Bank because of its community focus and initiatives, and I look forward to apply- ing my expertise for the benefit of its shareholders, employees, customers and communities,” said Brumbaugh.