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Farmers National names President and CEO

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CANFIELD, Ohio – The Board of Directors of Farmers National Banc Corp. has named Kevin J. Hemlick as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and of Farmers National Bank of Canfield, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.

Hemlick had been serving as Interim President & CEO since October 4, 2013. Hemlick, 41, has spent his entire 18-year professional career with Farmers National Bank, most recently as the Company's Executive Vice President of Retail and Wealth Management, as well as Corporate Secretary for the Holding Company.

"We are pleased to welcome Mr. Hemlick into this expanded role," stated Farmer's Chairman Lance Ciroli.

In October, the board relieved John S. Gulas of his duties as President and Chief Executive Officer. Gulas had held the positions since July 1, 2010.

Hemlick is a graduate of Mathews High School, Vienna, OH. He received a bachelor's in Economics from Alleghany College in Meadville, PA. In 2001, Mr. Hemlick earned an MBA from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. His credentials include Certified Financial Planner, Financial Advisor Representative, Series 24 NYSE Principal, Series 7 NYSE Registered Representative and an Ohio Life Insurance License. Mr. Hemlick resides in Howland with his wife, Amie, and son, Preston.

 

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