Local Century 21 agent gets national award

Caponigro gets honor from high customer satisfaction index
Century 21 Real Estate LLC has recognized Kathleen Caponigro of Century 21 Unlimited Real Estate in Mountainhome with the Century 21 Quality Service Producer award.
This national award is presented annually to those Century 21 affiliates who receive a minimum return rate of 30 percent on their post-transaction client satisfaction surveys sent between Jan. 1 and Oct. 31, with a minimum satisfaction index of 90 percent. Surveys are e-mailed to all customers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home.
“The Quality Service Producer Award is an integral part of our brand’s commitment to excellence and recognizes Kathleen’s dedication to continuously exceeding the service expectations of his/her clients,” said Jeffrey Siglin, broker of Century 21 Unlimited Real Estate.
Caponigro has 22 years of experience in the real estate industry and has been with the Century 21 System for more than seven years.
“Receiving the Quality Service Award allows me to demonstrate even further to my clients that my commitment and dedication to their satisfaction during the real estate transaction is real and taken very seriously,” said, Caponigro.

About Century 21 Unlimited Real Estate
They are an independently owned and operated franchise affiliate of Century 21 Real Estate LLC (century21.com), the brand and franchisor with the largest global network in the residential real estate industry including approximately 6,900 independent offices worldwide in 78 countries and territories worldwide and more than 101,000 independent sales professionals.

Herman lectures in Guatemala City, Antigua about plastic surgery
Dr. Charles K. Herman traveled to Guatemala City and Antigua this week to lecture on facelifting, body contouring, and breast augmentation as Invited professor at an international plastic surgery congress. He will join faculty from Spain, Mexico, Peru, and Guatemala. Dr. Herman’s textbook, Encyclopedia of Body Sculpting after Massive Weight Loss (Thieme Publishers), was awarded a national book prize by the American Publishers Association and has become

PMC gets national honor for breast cancer program
Pocono Medical Center’s Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center recently has been recognized as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence in the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program.
“At Pocono Medical Center’s Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center we actively push the boundaries of quality cancer care to exceed the expectations of our patients. With an expert oncology team, we are committed to offering accessible, unmatched cancer care to the region backed by the extensive resources of The National Consortium of Breast Centers,” said Dr. Michael Marte, Medical Director of Pocono Medical Center’s Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center.
Breast centers in today’s dynamic health care industry are faced with providing quality care while simultaneously keeping costs manageable for paitnets. A center’s staff must not only be familiar with existing standards of care, but must also be aware of new advances in technology. Pocono Medical Center’s Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center actively ensures they provide the best possible quality care to breast patients in their community.
“As a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence, we exercise the highest-quality of care from state-of-the-art technology in our imaging centers to our community breast health initiatives to ensure that we are always prepared to provide excellent care for all of our Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center patients,” said Lutchana Beckford, RN, BSN, Breast Health Nurse Navigator at Pocono Medical Center’s Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center.
The National Quality Measures for Breast Centers were developed by referencing the Health Care Advisory Board’s Clinical Quality Dash Board for breast centers published in the fall of 2004 and reflect more than 11 years of work in the adoption of more than 33 National Quality Indicators.
The National Consortium of Breast Centers promote excellence in breast health care for the general public through a network of diverse professionals dedicated to the active exchange of ideas and resources. It serves as an informational resource and provides support services to those rendering care to people with breast diseases through educational programs, newsletters, a national directory and patient forums. NCBC also encourages professionals to concentrate and specialize in activities related to breast disease and encourages the development of programs and centers that address breast disease and promote breast health.
It facilitates collaborative research opportunities on issues of breast health; and developed a set of core measures to define, improve, and sustain quality standards in breast health care programs and for quality performance in all types of breast health care facilities.
To learn more about the NQMBC Program, visit breastcare.org.

Weichert gets national notice; rated among top 200 franchises
Weichert Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. has been named one of the top franchises in the country by Franchise Business Review in its “2016 Best of the Best: Top 200 Franchises” list, an annual ranking based on franchise owners’ satisfaction with their franchisor.
This year’s award-winning franchises were selected for this exclusive list based on feedback Franchise Business Review gathered from surveying over 26,000 franchises, representing more than 350 leading franchise brands in 2015. The annual “Top 200 Franchises” list is the only ranking based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance.
“It truly is an honor to be named one of the best franchises in the country as a result of the positive feedback provided by our incredible network of Weichert professionals,” said Martin J. Rueter, president of Weichert Real Estate Affiliates Inc. “Their continued hard work and dedication, combined with the support and service that we are able to provide our franchise owners and agents, builds a great partnership.”
Franchisees who participated in the survey were asked questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems including leadership, training and support, operations, franchisor/franchisee relations and technology. Overall, the vast majority of the independently owned and operated Weichert offices surveyed rated Weichert Real Estate Affiliates Inc. favorably, with nine out of 10 saying they enjoyed being part of the Weichert network.
Other highlights of the 2015 survey of Weichert franchisees that helped the company make this year’s list included:
• 94 percent would recommend Weichert to others as a franchise opportunity.
• 90 percent rated the training and support provided by Weichert as good, very good or excellent.
• 92 percent feel the potential for long-term growth is moderate to very strong.
• 90 percent rated the quality of products provided by Weichert as good, very good or excellent.

The Franchise Business Review ranking follows on the heels of another prestigious honor for Weichert Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. Earlier this month, the company was named the No. 2 traditional real estate franchise and the No. 3 company overall in the Real Estate Category by Entrepreneur magazine in its 37th annual “Franchise 500” list that appears in the January 2016 issue of Entrepreneur magazine.
The “2016 Best of the Best: Top 200 Franchises” list can be found online at FranchiseBusinessReview.com.

D’Oro joins Honesdale Surgical Associates
Wayne Memorial Community Health Center Board Certified General Surgeon Louis C. D’Oro, MD, FACS has joined Honesdale Surgical Associates. With more than 25 years of experience, Dr. D’Oro performs a broad spectrum of surgeries including general and laparoscopic procedures at Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale. He also sees patients at the hospital’s wound care clinic.
“We’re very happy Dr. D’Oro has decided to come on as a full-time surgeon. He has been working with Honesdale Surgical on a fill-in basis assisting with surgical coverage for nearly three years,” said Frederick Jackson, executive director, WMCHC. “Having him here as part of our permanent team will be a great benefit to our patients.”
D’Oro received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine, and a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of Scranton. He completed his surgical residency at Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh, and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Additionally, he served nine years in the U.S. Naval Reserves, including active duty during Desert Storm, attaining the rank of lieutenant commander. He was most recently employed by the Veterans Administration Hospital in Wilkes-Barre, PA as a general and vascular surgeon for eight years. Dr. D’Oro is currently a medical education instructor both at The Commonwealth Medical College, Scranton and for Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center’s Residency Program, Wilkes-Barre, PA.
Honesdale Surgical Associates is located in the Stourbridge Medical and Professional Complex, 600 Maple Avenue, Suite 1, Honesdale. The practice accepts most private insurances, medical assistance and offers a sliding-fee scale for those who qualify. For more information, call 570-253-8635. WMCHC is a federally qualified health center clinically affiliated with Wayne Memorial Health System, Inc.

Skytop Lodge converts library space into ‘Library Lounge’
Skytop Lodge has renovated its former library space and turned it into the SkyTop “Library Lounge.”
The Library Lounge, which had a grand opening this month, features a true oak bar with a 15-person capacity, a fireplace, walls lined with historical photos of the property and pictures of previous guests and also features photographs by local photographers.
This year marks the resort’s 87th birthday. Skytop Lodge General Manager Jeff Rudder said updating the property while keeping its historical charm was important to the project. “The Library Lounge is a warm and inviting place for guests to enjoy a drink and take in the ambiance Skytop has to offer,” said Rudder.
All 192 guest rooms were refreshed last summer during a $3.7 million makeover.
About Skytop Lodge
Since opening its doors in 1928, the iconic Skytop Lodge has become a destination for time-honored traditions and memory-making excursions. The 5,500-acre playground nestled in the Pocono Mountains provides plentiful amenities for guests of all ages.
With 192 guest rooms, suites and cottages, accommodations are comfortable yet refined. Guests can unwind in the resort’s spa or play on the championship-level, 18-hole golf course designed to challenge both the experienced and novice golfer. Skytop Lodge features both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a beach with a swimming lake for guests along with myriad hiking trails that lead to waterfalls, pristine lakes, mountain vistas and clear streams.
Skytop Lodge is one of the winners of the Best Family Resort category in “10 Best Readers’ Choice” travel award contest sponsored by USA Today.
Price Chopper ranked fifth nationally in trailer graphics
Price Chopper and Market 32’s freight recently placed fifth nationwide in the Successful Concept category in Commercial Carrier Journal’s annual “Flashiest Fleets” contest. The series of trailer graphics features colorful close-up images of fresh fruits and vegetables with the tag line, “The Farm Just Got Closer.”
“Price Chopper’s bright trailers display a simple, yet clear message about the quality of the grocer’s foods, said Lucas Deal, truck parts and service editor for Commercial Carrier Journal. “They are great examples of how to use equipment as rolling billboards,” he said.
The Price Chopper and Market 32 artwork was one of 30 campaigns nominated for the contest, which ran for two weeks in December. Winners were decided by popular vote by the readership of Commercial Carrier Journal.
Commercial Carrier Journal is a multi-channel publication that reaches close to 100,000 subscribers within the freight transport business.

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American CPA group study shows mixed results

Consumer satisfaction’s latest index marked by minute increase
Spurred by significant reductions in inflation and loan delinquencies, the 2015 fourth quarter PFSi (Personal Financial Satisfaction Index) released recently by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) shows that Americans personal financial satisfaction has increased substantially from a year ago.
The index registered 15.9 in the fourth quarter, an almost 134 percent increase from the 2014 fourth quarter level of 6.8. However, there was only a 0.1 increase in the PFSi from the previous quarter, indicating the momentum of increased personal financial satisfaction has slowed.
The PFSi is calculated as the difference between the Personal Financial Pleasure Index and the Personal Financial Pain Index. The slight gain from the prior quarter was due to a 0.8 decline in the Pleasure index offset by a 0.9 point decline in the Pain index.
The pain index is at a level of 43.5, which is 19.1 percent lower than a year ago. This is led by a 68 percent decline in the inflation component from the previous year – the largest change in the period for any component of the pain or pleasure index. Inflation began to fall in mid-2014, and has been extremely low for all of 2015. The drastic decline in oil prices has been a major factor in low inflation rates.
“With the Federal reserve increasing its rate by 25 basis points in the fourth quarter of 2015, inflation will continue to be a focus for the central bank,” said Jimmy J. Williams, CPA/PFS, a member of AICPA’s National Accreditation Commission. “Consumers should watch oil price fluctuations, as that has a strong impact on inflation and could become an important consideration in the decision to continue raising rates in 2016.”
A 23 percent reduction in loan delinquencies from the previous year, as well as a 15 percent decrease in underemployment also helped drive down the Pain Index.
The Personal Financial Pleasure index registered 59.4, 2 percent lower than a year ago. The decline from the prior year was driven by 17 percent drop in the CPA Outlook Index and a 10 percent drop in the PFS 750 Market Index, with both of these components showing volatility over the past year. These declines were partially offset by 11 percent gains in both home equity and job openings.
“Job openings in most sectors were stable and achieved some growth, with notable exceptions in the extractive and drilling industries,” said Williams. “In addition, there has been increasing stability in the housing markets nation-wide for the most part, which has helped drive up prices.”
The U.S. housing market as a whole made considerable progress in 2015, as the volatile bounce off the bottom experienced from 2012 through 2014 gave way to a more stable environment. Specifically, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boston currently have historically high valuations, while Las Vegas, Chicago, and Atlanta still have problems stemming from significant proportions of properties with underwater mortgages.
The CPA Outlook Index decreased in the fourth quarter of 2015 based on declines in the index components related to the U.S. economy, organizational optimism and expansion, and revenue and profit expectations. The CPA Outlook Index found CPAs who serves as CEOs and CFOs have sharply reined in expectations for profit and revenue in 2016, with anticipated growth for those two key performance indicators at their lowest level since the end of 2012.

Geer named local vineyard’s assistant winemaker
Mountain View Vineyard and Winery in Jackson Township continues to expand its staff as it prepares to expand into a new winemaking facility and event center later this year as it recently hired chemist Leslie Geer to serve as assistant winemaker. She will work with owner Randy Rice.
Geer will manage day-to-day activities related to wine production and management, tracking, laboratory analyses and transferring the current winemaking operations to the new facility.
She had an impressive 30-year career as a research chemist in the pharmaceutical industry. She has degrees in biochemistry and biology from East Stroudsburg University and Wine Foundation Certification from The Wine School of Philadelphia. Her expertise will lend itself well to the art of winemaking. Owner Randy Rice said, “Her expertise in chemical analysis from the pharmaceutical industry will bring our winemaking to a new level,” said Rice.

ESU Business Accelerator to host workshop
The East Stroudsburg University Business Accelerator Program is presenting a workshop titled The Power of the Inbox. The workshop, which will be held from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Jan. 20 in room 333 of the Innovation Center, aims to educate professionals on effective e-mail marketing and crafting e-mails that leave powerful first impressions.
Karl Stearns, president of KMS Marketing Solutions, will be the keynote presenter. Topics for Stearns’ presentation will include five easy steps to harness the power of the inbox, creating great content, tracking results, and customizing a mobile-friendly template that matches the brand.
Click here to register. Registration is free, however, seating is limited and registration is required. For more information contact Mike Gildea, director of the Business Accelerator and Entrepreneurship at ESU, at 570-422-7953.

Reitemeyer named president of BNI Poconos chapter
Yvonne L. Reitemeyer, Financial Adviser, ChFC, Frailey Insurance and Financial Services has been selected President of BNI Mountain Chapter – Poconos starting Oct. 1.
Meetings are held 7 a.m. every Thursday morning at the Quality Inn on West Main Street in Stroudsburg.

Business Network International is an organization which is “the world’s largest referral organization” with more than 150,000 members worldwide and is in more than 58 countries worldwide. BNI was founded in 1985 by Dr. Ivan Misner “for the primary purpose of building powerful referral networks”. The BNI organization works by creating a group of people from various industries and encouraging regular passing of referrals.
• Each chapter allows one person per occupational classification, and prospective members must be approved via an application process.
• BNI’s philosophy is “Givers Gain” – members are expected to focus on giving referrals to other members to build relationships and receive referrals in return.
• Chapters have specific policies regarding required attendance in order to cultivate the relationships needed to create a comfort level in referring business.
• Chapters track the monetary amount of passed business in order to prove the value of the financial and time commitment.

Total annual value of referrals: 5.4 million referrals resulting in $6.5 billion (U.S.) (2014).

As a Financial Adviser, Reitemeyer said, “I am humbled and honored to be able to provide our members with the valuable protection and coverage that life insurance provides. BNI gives me the opportunity to share values and feelings about the importance of life insurance. I’m able to protect what matters most to referrals, potential new members and their families.”

For more information or to attend a meeting, call Reitemeyer at 570-421-7447, ext. 233, or visit the Facebook page at BNI Mountain Chapter Poconos PA .

Cueva named Wayne Bank VP, regional office manager
Pilar Cueva has joined the Wayne Bank as Vice President and Regional Community Office Manager of Monroe County. Cueva is based in the Stroud Mall Community Office in Monroe County and will be working with customers across the Pocono region.
“Pilar is a great addition to our customer service staff, with over 13 years of banking experience in the area. She will serve as a valuable resource for customers seeking financial services and support in the Poconos,” Lewis J. Critelli, president and CEO of Wayne Bank, said
Cueva has a degree from John Jay College, and a wide range of banking experience and interests that all support her ability to help local customers improve their financial outlook, and in turn help the community grow.
Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale. The Bank has 15 community offices in Wayne, Pike, Monroe and Lackawanna Counties. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol – NWFL.

Chamber to host Report to Business on Feb. 12
The Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Report to Business with Monroe County Commissioners John Moyer, Charles Garris and John D. Christy on 8 to 10 a.m. on Feb. 12 at Shawnee Inn. The $20 fee includes a buffet breakfast. Reservations are required by calling the chamber at 570-41-4433.

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Lehighton physician joins St. Luke’s Health Network team

McGinley focuses on preventive and routine care as primary care physician
Lehighton physician Joseph McGinley, DO, has joined the primary care provider team at St. Luke’s University Health Network as St. Luke’s Lehighton Family Practice.

McGinley specializes in care for the entire family and treats infants to seniors as part of his medical practice. He focuses on preventive and routine care, as well as monitoring and treatment for acute and chronic health conditions. As an established local physician, McGinley will continue to provide care in the existing practice location at 856 Interchange Road, Lehighton.

“I am honored to care for my patients in Lehighton and the surrounding community,” McGinley said. “I am committed to providing the same quality and compassionate care to our community as a part of the St. Luke’s family of providers.”

McGinley earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and his Master of Biomedical Sciences at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his medical residencies at St. Luke’s Allentown Campus and completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at DeSales University in Center Valley.

To schedule an appointment, call 610-377-9020.

Wayne Memorial Behavioral Health director receives board certification
Michael C. Campbell, MD, Behavioral Health director for Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers, has been awarded board certification as a Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine.
Already a dual board-certified physician, Dr. Campbell says seeking a third certification in addiction medicine was a commitment he felt strongly about as a means to most effectively treat his patients recovering from alcohol and opioid dependence, “I treat addiction every day. Through certification by ABAM, I can ensure coverage for lifesaving medications used to treat Substance Use Disorders.”
Established in 2007, the ABAM is “the nation’s first medical specialty board that certifies addiction medicine physicians across a range of medical specialties. The board sets standards for physician education, assesses physicians’ knowledge and requires and tracks life-long education.”
In addition to being triple board certified in psychiatry, family medicine and addiction medicine, Dr. Campbell is also a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University‘s Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and completed a joint residency program at West Virginia University Hospital. He treats adults and children at the Behavioral Health Center, Stourbridge Professional Complex, 600 Maple Str., Suite 6 in Honesdale. To discuss making an appointment with Campbell, call 570-253-8219.

Wilkerson promoted to Wayne Bank Stroud Mall post
Cheryl Wilkerson has been named Wayne Bank assistant community office manager of the Stroud Mall branch.
Cheryl started her career with Wayne Bank 2007 as a part time Teller in the Stroud Mall Office. Cheryl has held several positions within that office and most recently held the title of Branch Specialist. Cheryl studied Business Administration at Ramapo College.
Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale. Wayne Bank has 15 community offices in Wayne, Lackawanna, Pike and Monroe counties with Commercial Lenders easily accessible within each of those counties. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol— NWFL.

Primrose to speak at chamber’s Women in Business luncheon
Adrienne Primrose of Blissful Existence will speak at the Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce monthly Women in Business meeting Jan. 12 at noon at the Stroudsdsmoor’sTerraview. Nonchamber members pay $35 for the luncheon and members pay $20. Reservations are required by calling the chamber office at 570-421-4433.
The chamber also will hold a business card exchange at the Tavern on Main Street at the Quality Inn. Members are admitted free and nonmembers pay $40. Call the chamber for details

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Adams named to Norwood, Wayne Bank boards

Wayne County resident is W. Wayne schools superintendent
Wayne County resident Joseph W. Adams has been named to the Boards of Directors of Norwood Financial Corp and its subsidiary, Wayne Bank.
Adams is currently serving as the Superintendent of Schools for the Western Wayne School District. His previous experience includes an executive management position at a local financial institution, a financial advisor position with Morgan Stanley and business manager of the Wallenpaupack School District in Hawley. Adams received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Scranton. His community involvement includes current or former board positions on the Wayne County Family Center, the Human Resources Center, Palmyra Township Planning Commission, Delaware Highlands Conservancy, Chamber of Commerce and various youth sports organizations.
Adams will serve with the class of directors whose terms expire at the 2017 annual meeting. He will serve on the Trust Committee and as a rotating member of the Directors’ Loan Committee of Wayne Bank.
Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale. The bank has 15 Community Offices in Wayne, Pike, Monroe and Lackawanna counties. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol – NWFL.

Skolnick named VP of sales, marketing at MegaPhase
Paul Skolnick has joined MegaPhase as vice president of sales and marketing for the Stroudsburg-based designer and manufacturer of RF and microwave interconnection and signal processing products.
Skolnick worked for the last three decades in sales engineering, sales management and business development for RF and Microwave signal processing components and subsystems for applications in satellite, terrestrial and wireless communications, and electronic warfare. As director of business development for Crane Aerospace and Electronics Microwave Solutions, he led a team of technical sales staff in selling components and subsystems.
Skolnick earned his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University.
As telecom and global security systems demand more bandwidth, the performance of cables, connectors, and signal processing components increase in complexity.
“Paul brings a long-standing proven track record of sales success in RF and microwave,” said Bill Pote, MegaPhase CEO. “He will bring MegaPhase to the next level, serving a wide variety of customers and helping with their cable and component needs.”
The company, founded in 1998, offers a wide range of products serving commercial telecom and military markets, including air-, ground- and sea-based electronic warfare systems.
Vigon named one of best 100 places to work in PA
Vigon International, an East Stroudsburg-based manufacturer of fragrances and flavors, has been named among the 100 best places to work in Pennsylvania.
Vigon is among 74 small-to-medium sized companies to make the 2015 list compiled by Team Pennsylvania, in conjunction with state Department of Conservation and Economic Development.
The rankings are compiled through surveys sent to employers and employees of hundreds of companies. The companies are scored on workplace practices and employee opinions of their employer.
Vigon employs more than 65 people in a 105-square-foot facility. The company develops fragrances and flavors for a large number of product manufacturers.

Blue Mountain to host job fair
Blue Mountain will host their annual Winter Job Fair to fill seasonal positions for the coming winter season on Saturday, Dec. 12 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Blue Mountain Resort’s Summit Lodge.
A variety of departments will be interviewing and hiring seasonal workers including Lift Operations, Food & Beverage, Adult and Children’s Learning Centers, Retail, Guest Services, Parking, Rental & Repair Services, Housekeeping, Ticket Office and more. Employees benefits include a season pass, free rental equipment, access to ski and snowboard lessons. Prior to coming to the job fair, applicants are encouraged to fill out a job application online and should provide a resume at the interview. The online application can be found at skibluemt.com While the Resort encourages an active lifestyle, the ability to ski or snowboard is not required for all jobs. Candidates must be 16 years or older, with the exception of the Learning Centers.

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Tobyhanna Army Depot names new repairs, upgrades chief

Local resident Brandi with base since 2007

Tobyhanna resident Anthony Brandi has been named chief of the depot’s Mixed Model Moving Line (M3L) Branch. .
He supervises personnel who perform overhaul, repairs and upgrades on more than 200 Humvee– mounted shelter systems for Defense Department organizations annually.
Prior to his current position, Brandi was a section chief in M3L Reintegration. He began his depot career in December 2007.
Brandi served as an active-duty Soldier for four years and 16 years in the Army National Guard. During his career he was assigned to units in Texas, South Korea, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He deployed to Southwest Asia during operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. After enlisting in the Army, he was trained as a multi-channel transmission system operator/maintainer. Brandi assumed leadership roles of increasing responsibility during his tenure, completing his 20-year term of service as the senior operations noncommissioned officer in charge of communications security, frequency management and communications for security forces.
His awards and decorations include the Iraqi Campaign Medal with two Campaign Stars, Army Commendation with three oak leaf clusters, Army Achievement medal with a silver oak leaf cluster, Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Unit Commendation, Army Good Conduct Medal, Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal with three oak leaf clusters, National Defense Service Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon with two oak leaf clusters, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal and Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and Korean Defense Service Medal.
Brandi is a graduate of Pocono Mountain High School.
Tobyhanna Army Depot is a recognized leader in providing world-class logistics support for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems across the Department of Defense. Tobyhanna’s Corporate Philosophy, dedicated work force and electronics expertise ensure the depot is the Joint C4ISR provider of choice for all branches of the Armed Forces and industry partners.
About 3,100 personnel are employed at Tobyhanna Army Depot.

The Dime Bank marks its 110th anniversary
The Dime Bank, based in Honesdale, will host a week-long open house celebration from Dec. 14 through 19 during business hours.

In 1905, a diverse group of people had a common vision to create a banking alternative for area residents. The Honesdale Dime Bank received its authority in the form of a Charter from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to begin operations on Dec. 16, 1905, and opened its doors on Jan. 2, 1906.

“We are proud of our history and all of our accomplishments, and we look with optimism to the future,” said Gary C. Beilman, president and CEO. “Important in the development of The Dime Bank was its simplistic, philosophic, and cultural outlook. For 110 years The Dime Bank has maintained the same principles of bringing our communities support and cultural enrichment while providing trusted, dependable banking along with the latest technological advances in the financial industry.”

There will be giveaways and a short history brochure of The Dime Bank during the open house. There also will be chances to win a coin collector basket of America the Beautiful Uncirculated Quarter Sets with certificates of authenticity. No purchase is necessary to win.  See a customer service representative to enter or for full details.  Sweepstakes ends Dec. 19.

Chamber holds Women in Business holiday luncheon Dec. 8

The Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business monthly luncheon on Dec. 8 at Camelback Lodge in Tannersville will be the annual holiday party and ornament exchange. The luncheon costs $20 for members, $40 for nonmembers. Call the chamber at 421-4433 for details.

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Pocono Pines Realtor gets top honor

Barker of Realty Executives named PMAR’s Realtor of the Year
Denise Barker of Realty Executives Pocono Pines has been honored by the Pocono Mountains Association of Realtors with the Realtor of the Year Award. The award was presented to Barker at the PMAR Installation of Officers reception held  recently at the Stroudsmoor Inn.
Receiving Realtor of the Year is the greatest honor bestowed upon a Realtor by their peers at the board level. The award recognizes an outstanding member of the PMAR for meritorious contributions to the advancement of their profession, their community and the real estate industry. Nominees are considered based upon their history of Integrity, spirit of cooperation with fellow Realtors,
“We would like to congratulate Denise Barker on being awarded the 2015 Realtor of the Year award for exemplifying what it means to be a Realtor,” said Nicole Murray, PMAR Association Executive. “We would like to extend our appreciation and thanks to her and to all of our PMAR Realtors for their dedication to our organization.”
Barker is expert with first-time homebuyers, and has hosted seminars and television programs to help low-income buyers find the grants and financing to finally own their own homes. Her clients span the entire Pocono Mountains, from modest weekend cabins to lakefront mansions and ultra-luxury business properties.

Pinnacle Health to unite with Wayne Memorial Health Centers
“We’ll have a new name, but our patients will have the same doctors and high-quality care they’ve come to know,” says Pinnacle Office Manager Gail Peterson. As of the end of December, Michael Peterson, DO and Charles Aronica, DO, will officially merge their practice, currently Pinnacle Health Partners, with Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers. The new name will be Pinnacle Family Health Center. The practice will continue to be limited to adult medicine.
“We welcome Pinnacle to our ‘family’ of health centers,” says Frederick Jackson, executive director of Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers. “These two physicians have a legacy of providing exceptional care to our community for more than 20 years. We are proud to partner with them in the continuation of this service.
“And we believe we can help them incorporate new patients into their practice with the addition of a mid-level provider early next year.”
Drs. Peterson and Aronica also welcomed their new healthcare partner. “This merger will help us with the ‘business’ of medicine,” said Dr. Peterson, “such as billing, giving us hopefully more time to spend with our patients on their medical needs, which has always been the heart of our mission.”
Both physicians and their office staff see many opportunities for their patients in the WMCHC network, such as more convenient access to specialists in women’s health, pediatrics, pulmonology and surgery. WMCHC accepts most if not all insurance plans, Medicare and public assistance, and offers increased payment options such as a sliding-fee-scale.
Patients will also have the option of signing up for the WMCHC patient portal, CHCconnect, where they can request appointments, renew prescriptions and more from their computers or Smartphones.
WMCHC, an independent clinical affiliate of Wayne Memorial Health System and a federally qualified health center, operates family health centers in Honesdale, Carbondale, Vandling, Hamlin, Waymart, Lake Como and Lords Valley. A complete list of WMCHC services can be found at wmh.org/community_health_centers.

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Ben Franklin president, CEO gets regional honor

R. Chadwick Paul

R. Chadwick Paul to be enshrined in Lehigh Valley Business HOF
R. Chadwick Paul Jr., president and Chief Executive Officer of the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania, will be inducted into the 2015 Lehigh Valley Business Hall of Fame.

He and fellow 2015 Hall of Fame honorees Mike Albarell of Albarell Electric Inc. and Mike Caruso of National Penn Insurance will be recognized on Dec. 8 at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, Bethlehem.

Paul is a consummate entrepreneur who understands the dynamics of developing new ventures, looks to share that knowledge to help others. He has been a key player in catalyzing the Lehigh Valley economy’s transition from a focus on heavy manufacturing to technology-based sectors. He has encouraged and supported entrepreneurship in young people through Junior Achievement and Lehigh University and has played a pivotal role in a number of community organizations that enrich the regional economy as well as our quality of life.

Paul founded Chadwick Telephone (now Convergent) in 1976 while still in graduate school, and served as its president and CEO through 1999 when the company was merged with Executone of Pennsylvania. While building the company from a start-up to a significant multi-state corporation, Paul also founded and led allied companies including Chadwick Telecommunications Corporation (now XO Communications) and the Business Digest of the Lehigh Valley.

Since 2002, Paul has served as president and CEO of the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania. He led the 2007 renovation and opening of Ben Franklin TechVentures, an award-winning incubator/post-incubator facility located on Lehigh University’s campus that tremendously expanded Ben Franklin’s available incubator space and provided much-needed wet lab space to early-stage technology companies. Since 1983, the Ben Franklin Business Incubator and TechVentures have graduated 64 successful companies, grossing more than $1.2 billion in annual revenue, and creating more than 6,400 jobs in northeastern Pennsylvania.

Palma joins Executive Council of New York Life Insurance Co.
Pen Argyl resident Joseph A. Palma has been named a member of the 2015 Executive Council of New York Life Insurance Company. Members of the Executive Council are among the most successful of New York Life’s elite sales force of 12,000 licensed agents.

Palma has been a New York Life agent since 2013, and is associated with New York Life’s Northeastern Pennsylvania General Office in Scranton. Palma holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from East Stroudsburg University. He is a member of National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.

NEPA Alliance offers small business loans
NEPA Alliance has several federal and state loan programs available for small businesses in Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Schuylkill and Wayne counties.

These low cost loans offer lower down payments and standard loan term maturities for machinery and equipment, land and building acquisition, construction and renovation.

Eligible businesses include manufacturers, industrial, agriculture/agribusiness, hospitality and tourism, related enterprises, recyclers, day care, computer related services, advanced technology, retail and service related businesses. Many other business sectors may also qualify.

The NEPA Alliance, a regional community and economic development agency, serves the seven counties of Northeastern Pennsylvania. NEPA Alliance services include business financing, government contracting assistance, international trade assistance, nonprofit assistance, transportation planning, research and information, and local government services. For more information about NEPA Alliance visit nepa-alliance.org or call 866-758-1929.

To learn more about NEPA and its loan programs, contact Dave Nat or Paul Macknosky at 570-655-5581 or 866-758-1929.

Poremba becomes board certified lactation consultant
Kara Poremba, BSN, RN, IBCLC, CCE, Healthy Beginnings Plus Coordinator, II, of the Women’s Health Center in Honesdale, has been notified by The International Board of Lactation Consultation Examiners (IBLCE) that she has successfully met all requirements set forth by the credentialing agency and is now an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Poremba provides lactation counseling at the Women’s Health Center on an outpatient basis as well as Wayne Memorial Hospital’s New Beginnings Birthing Suites for new mothers. As a Certified Childbirth Educator, Poremba instructs childbirth education in addition to breastfeeding classes. For more information on either class, please call 800-869-6636 or 570-253-3005.

Pocono Chamber holds Women in Business holiday luncheon Dec. 8

The Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business monthly luncheon on Dec. 8 at Camelback Lodge in Tannersville will be the annual holiday party and ornament exchange. The luncheon costs $20 for members, $40 for nonmembers. Call the chamber at 421-4433 for details.

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Su joins Pocono Medical Center staff

Participates in Pocono Internal Medicine Specialist practice
Pocono Medical Center welcomes Dr. Lan Su to its comprehensive and compassionate team of providers and physicians as part of the Pocono Internal Medicine Specialist practice.
Su recently completed her Internal Medicine Residency at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway, New York. “I would like to provide continuous care for my patients, build long-term relationships with them, and offer a home-like feeling in my practice. I am looking forward to working with my patients to improve their health from preventative medicine, to treatment of medical diseases” she said. Prior to her internal medicine practice at Pocono Medical Center, Su conducted research in endocrinology at John’s Hopkins University gaining exposure to and experience with chronic medical problems such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.
Su is Board eligible in Internal Medicine and FCVS (Federations of State Medical Boards) and ECFMG (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates) certified. She is also a member of the American College of Physicians and recipient of the Goldhaber Travel Award from University of Maryland at College Park in Maryland.
Su is seeing new patients at her office located in the 447 Office Plaza on 500 Plaza Court, Suite B East Stroudsburg. To make an appointment with Su, please visit the following link, poconohealthsystem.org/pmcdocs, or call 1-866-PMC-DOCS (1-866-762-3627).

 

Baron named principal, Esquire joins law Milford firm
The Milford law firm of Levy, Stieh and Gaughan, P.C announces that James P. Baron, Esquire has become a principal of the firm and that Stacey Beecher, Esquire has joined the firm.
Baron is a graduate of the University of Scranton with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, and a 2001 graduate of Widener University School of Law. After serving with Bureau of Hearing and Appeals as a hearing officer, he became associated with Levy, Stieh and Gaughan, P.C. in 2005, concentrating in criminal defense, civil litigation and family law.
MBeecher is a 1986 magna cum laude graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Classics, and a 1989 graduate of the Dickinson School of Law. Upon graduation from law school, Beecher served a judicial clerkship with the late President Judge Ronald C. Vican, was an Assistant District Attorney with the Monroe County District Attorney’s office and has since been in private practice. While continuing her multi-faceted practice, Beecher will concentrate in the firm’s long established family law practice.
Levy, Stieh and Gaughan, P.C. traces its roots back for more than sixty years in serving the legal needs of its clients in the tri-state area, with attorneys admitted to practice in the state and federal courts in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Its practice includes general litigation, family law, commercial and residential real estate transactions, criminal defense, wills and estate planning, probate and estate matters, business development and planning, and commercial and residential development, and formation and representation of nonprofit entities and property owners associations.

Women in Business luncheon to present  Health & Fitness Expo

The Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business group will have its Health & Fitness Expo at its next monthly luncheon on Nov. 10 at the Chateau Resort &Conference Center . The expo covers areas of fitness including exercise routines as well as vitamins and other health supplements at tables occupied by health and fitness providers. The luncheon costs $20 for members and $40 for nonmembers. Reservations are required by calling the chamber office at 570-421-4433.

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Fairfield Inn comes to Stroudsburg

Hotel offers latest décor styles, convenient location
The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Stroudsburg, opened Oct. 20 with its smart, inventive public space and guest room design, and its bright and inviting décor. Located at 294 Frantz Road in the vicinity of Lowe’s off Route 611, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Stroudsburg Bartonsville/Poconos with 84 rooms will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by Singh Realty, LLC of Harford. This is the first Fairfield Inn & Suites in the area to feature the brand’s new design and décor, which enhance the guest experience through flexible features, and a warm and welcoming environment.
The hotel offers guests convenient access to The Crossings Premium Outlets Shopping Center, Pocono Raceway, Camelback Ski Resort and Shawnee Mountain Ski Resort.
“Delivering both function and comfort, our new design and décor elevate the Fairfield brand, setting a new standard in the moderate tier category,” said Shruti Buckley, vice president and global brand manager, Fairfield Inn & Suites. “The Fairfield Inn & Suites Stroudsburg Bartonsville/Poconos is a truly stunning example of the brand’s contemporary new look and feel.”

Guests upon arrival encounter the hotel’s modern, bright new design features, including an updated exterior with a signature tower, a curved porte-cochere and an inviting glass entrance that ushers them into the hotel. Once inside, the hotel’s open public space featues natural light and views throughout the lobby to connect the indoors with the outdoors.
In the lobby area, guests can choose to be productive, relax or enjoy breakfast or a snack in a modern and flexible environment featuring a vibrant, natural color palette of greens, blues and oranges. The spacious lobby gives guests ample connectivity options, as well as a “connect and print” area that offers both standing and seated Internet stations. Guests can also unwind in the lobby’s inviting living area with a natural stone hearth, sofa and lounge chair, and unique local features — or they can grab a drink or snack item from the 24/7 Corner Market.

The breakfast area’s signature farm table with a complimentary hot breakfast offfering oatmeal, scrambled eggs, sausage, make-your-own waffles and other healthy items, such as fruit, yogurt, and whole grain cereals and breads.

The signature “smart” room décor warmly welcomes guests into a comfortable, productive and restful environment. The guest room includes a well-designed work area, an ergonomic chair, task lighting and electrical outlets where guests need them. A curved, mobile desk enables guests to create their own work space, while also optimizing their television viewing.

Additional hotel amenities include an indoor swimming pool with a whirlpool spa, an exercise room, valet laundry service, complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as fax and copy services.

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott operates more than 700 properties throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and India.

Reynolds named to Dimeco Board of Directors
David D. Reynolds was named to the 10-member Board of Directors of The Dime Bank and Dimeco, Inc. in Honesdale. Reynolds comes to Dimeco with not only a medical background, but with an extensive self-made business background. Early in his career he incorporated his medical training with business acumen as a solo practitioner in Hawley. Currently practicing in his chosen field, Reynolds runs three businesses in Honesdale. He is the president and CEO of Northeastern Gastroenterology Associates as well as the medical director, president, and CEO of Mountain Laurel Surgical Center and Maple City Anesthesia. Reynolds also has published several articles in his discipline.
“It is my observation that The Dime Bank has been a leader in our community providing a wide array of financial and community sponsored services,” Reynolds said. “I appreciate that this institution is willing to shepherd both small and large business to foster growth, while remembering to support the backbone of our community, those people that live within it with strong residential mortgages. My aspiration would be to bring additional confidence and optimism to the evolving future of The Dime Bank through steadfast leadership.”
Reynolds graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from Wilkes University and went on to Drexel Hahnemann University to complete his doctorate in medicine. Reynolds completed his postgraduate training with a fellowship in gastroenterology at Geisinger Medical Center, his residency and an internship in Internal Medicine at Lehigh Valley Hospital Center. He is board certified in gastroenterology and is a diplomat of both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the National Board of Medical Examiners. He is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, American Gastroenterology Association, Pennsylvania Medical Society, Pennsylvania Gastroenterology Society, and an associate member of American College of Physicians. He currently offers outreach programs in medical education.
Board Chairman John S. Kiesendahl stated, “We are delighted to have David, a distinguished medical professional, join our board. Bringing differing viewpoints is important to a well-rounded directorship, and we feel his experience and background will complete our directorship.”
President and CEO Beilman remarked, “David is a solid business leader in our community whose focus is on serving the community, a complement to Dimeco’s philosophy and mission of providing services consistent with sound, prudent principles. David, through his many affiliations – medical, business, personal, social, church and youth sports – complemented by his medical and business knowledge, is a welcome addition to our directorate. I am thrilled he is now on our team as our community bank expands and endeavors to assist with the growth of our communities. Our board ultimately guides The Dime Bank management team in assisting people in attaining their goals and dreams, and Dave is a perfect fit for this leadership.”
Dimeco, Inc. is the holding company of The Dime Bank, a full service financial institution serving Northeastern Pennsylvania with offices in Wayne, Pike, and Lackawanna counties.

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S’burg resident named next CEO of Merchants Bank

COO, VP Tracey Smith to succeed Biondi

Merchants Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Tracey Smith of Stroudsburg has been designated successor to the bank’s retiring CEO, Anthony J. Biondi, who announced his intention to retire well in advance to assure an orderly leadership transition over the next 10 months. Biondi’s decision to retire will bring to a close a career in banking of more than 40 years, the last 11 of which he served in his current position.
Biondi, seen with Smith, left, in the photo, will also retire from his position as CEO of the bank’s holding company, MNB Corporation, and will remain a board member of the holding company and the bank until his term expires in April 2017.
“I’ve been privileged and honored to lead, in my opinion, the best community bank in the region and look forward in continuing to share my knowledge and assist in the bank’s development as a director,” Biondi said. “After 11 years as CEO, it’s time to move on and transfer Merchants Bank’s helm to a new generation of leadership. I leave knowing that the Bank is operationally very sound and positioned for continued success. I, the board and others in the senior leadership team have laid out a vision for the bank that will guide it for many years to come and gives me great confidence about Merchant’s future.”
Richard Hotchkiss, chairman of the board, said of Smith’s unanimous selection, “The board has been focused on CEO succession planning for some time and Anthony has done an exceptional job coaching Tracey Smith for the position of CEO. Tracey’s decisive leadership, personal style and her meaningful experiences in banking uniquely qualify her to step into this role in July of next year. As with our customers and our community, she is well-respected across the industry, she inspires Merchants Bank’ employees and embodies the bank’s core values. The board looks forward to working with Tracey and is delighted to welcome her into this new role.”
With nearly 30 years of banking experience, Smith joined Merchants Bank in 2002 and promoted to executive vice president and COO in April 2013. Prior to her promotion, Smith served as senior vice president of Retail Banking. With dual Bachelor’s in both economics and management from East Stroudsburg University, Smith completed her MBA at DeSales University in 2013. Smith was recognized as a 2014 Lehigh Valley Business “Woman of Influence” and serves on numerous boards, including serving as vice chair for the Valley Youth House, chair of the Salvation Army of the Greater Lehigh Valley and treasurer of the East Stroudsburg University/UPI Inc. board of directors.
“Tracey has great vision, sound business acumen, tremendous customer service skills and a remarkable dedication to the community she serves,” Biondi said. “Given our culture, I cannot think of a single person better suited to take over the leadership role of Merchants Bank and I’m completely confident in her abilities to lead our bank.”
Established in 1890, Merchants Bank is a locally owned and operated community bank. Headquartered in Bangor, Merchants has two branch offices in Bangor and additional offices throughout the Lehigh Valley, including Mount Bethel, Wind Gap, Nazareth, Forks Township, Martins Creek, Easton and Bethlehem. MNB Investment Services is a division of the bank and offers investment and wealth management financial services. For more information, visit merchantsbangor.com.

Pocono Latino Real Estate Group helps in homebuying
The Pocono Latino Real Estate Group is a bi-lingual team of Realtors under the Better Homes & Gardens brand firmly dedicated to assisting in homeownership to families looking for a new life and moving to the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.

The founding members, Alexa Sanchez, Realtor; Christine A. Wilkins, executive vice president/general manager and Thomas R. Wilkins, CEO, agreed for the need of bilingual Realtors trained and having a passion to assist families moving to the area. A big part of The Pocono Latino Real Estate Group is being a part of the Hispanic community through a number of national organizations like the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP.org), National Hispanic Business Group (nhbg.org) and Pocono Republican Hispanic Association.

The Pocono group’s reach for purchase of a home spans from Bethlehem to Allentown, Mount Pocono to Milford, Hazleton to Mount Pocono for those wanting bi-lingual agents along with Spanish promotional materials, legal documents and a team of referring purveyors.

For those who are bi-lingual and looking for a career in Real Estate, licensed now and have little or no support marketing to the Hispanic Community or looking for a Buyer’s Agent who speaks Spanish to help purchase a first-time home, retirement home, Distinctive Collection home or simply a weekend getaway, call Alexa Sanchez, Realtor at her Bushkill office at 570-588-3440 or go to asanchez@wilkins1.com or visit BHGWilkins.com.

Mountain Creek to hold wine tasting from local vineyards
Mountain Creek Grill located in Bartonsville will offer free wine tasting featuring several local wineries starting Saturday, Sept. 26, from 5 to 9 pm. when Blue Ridge winery will sample its full range of red, white, and dessert wines with a complete line of whites and blush wines.
Rowan Asher Winery of Stroudsburg will bring wine and hard cider from 5 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 3, at Mountain Creek Grill. Rowan Asher specializes in small handcrafted batches of wine. The freshest fruit is hand pressed in its old-fashioned wine press and then aged in oak barrels for 14 months, a method passed down from their family of winemakers for generations from Old World Italy. Try their gold-medal award winning Cabernet blend “Misty Love”.

Mountain View Winery and Distillery from Stroudsburg will join in from 5 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 10 at Mountain Creek Grill with its selection of wines, moonshine, vodka and brandy. Mountain View Winery and Distillery uses no artificial flavors or colors and has planted a new vineyard on its recently acquired 90 acres using only organic practices. Their winery will soon include a brewery in addition to their offering of wine, sparkling wine, port, apple pie shine, original moonshine, brandy and pure fruit-flavored vodkas. Mountain Creek Grill’s inaugural MCG Wine Festival will be held 1 to 6 p.m.,  Oct. 11.

Dimeco declares shareholders dividend
The Board of Directors of Dimeco, Inc. (OTC Pink: DIMC), based in Honesdale, declared a dividend on Sept. 10, of $0.38 per share to shareholders of record on Sept. 30. The dividend is payable on Oct. 23, the anticipated date to release earnings for the third quarter of 2015. Maintaining the dividend at a level of $0.38 per share produced a yield of 3.91 percent at the market value of $38.88 on Sept. 8.

Dimeco, Inc. is the holding company of The Dime Bank, a full service financial institution serving Northeast Pennsylvania since 1905. Dimeco, Inc. reported balances at June 30, 2015 of $611 million in total assets, loans of $461 million, and deposits of $488 million. For more information on Dimeco, Inc. and The Dime Bank, visit thedimebank.com.

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