The Boards of the Tuscarora Wayne Group of Companies Welcomes Robert J. Griffin

Jay W. Chadwick, chairman and chief executive officer of the Tuscarora Wayne Group of Companies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert J. Griffin to the Group's Boards of Directors.

Mr. Griffin is currently employed as the managing director with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) World Markets Corp. He recently retired from the fixed income and currencies division of Royal Bank of Canada's RBC Capital Markets. Over the span of his twenty year career with RBC, he held a variety of leadership roles in the Fixed Income Derivatives Group, with the responsibility of numerous industry sectors, including automotive, technology, communication, media, consumer, healthcare, insurance, hedge funds and financial institutions. Mr. Griffin has extensive experience advising a broad spectrum of public and privately held companies on the structuring, implementation and accounting of their interest rate and foreign currency risk management.

"We are pleased to welcome Mr. Griffin aboard as Tuscarora Wayne continues to grow and thrive, and we expect his expertise and experience to help us achieve our mission of "serving the underserved," stated Mr. Chadwick.

Mr. Griffin and wife, Christine, reside in Warren, NJ, and are the parents of Daniel and Michael.

About the Tuscarora Wayne Group of Companies:

The Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Group Inc., Susquehanna Capital Corp., Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company, Keystone National Insurance Company, and the Lebanon Valley Insurance Company, comprise the Tuscarora Wayne Group of Companies. All companies are headquartered in Wyalusing, Pennsylvania.

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