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Huron Valley State Bank Announces the Appointment of Kevin McIsaac to Vice President / Commercial Lender

Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO of Huron Valley State Bank, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin McIsaac to Vice President / Commercial Lender. In his position, he will be concentrating on developing and expanding commercial relationships in the community. The commercial lending team has grown to four lenders with the addition of McIsaac.

Huron Valley State Bank Announces the Promotion of Melissa Herron to Cash Management Specialist

Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO of Huron Valley State Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Melissa Herron to Cash Management Specialist. In this newly created position, she is responsible for developing a strong relationship between the operations and the commercial lending team to create a link between the bank's product offerings and the business needs of customers. Herron also will serve as a resource for business customers for all their cash management needs and remote deposit capture services.

Huron Valley State Bank and Deutch & Associates, A Financial Advisory Practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Co-Sponsor Shredding Truck

At YMCA Earth Friendly Family Fun Festival on April 24th from 12:00-4:00 pm

In conjunction with the Green Team and Carls Family YMCA's Earth Friendly Family Fun Festival, Huron Valley State Bank and Elizabeth K. Deutch, CFP® are once again co-sponsoring the community shredding program on Sunday, April 24, from 12:00-4:00 pm, at the Carl's Family YMCA at 300 Family Drive, Milford.

Huron Valley Bancorp, Inc. Increases Dividend 33%

Jack J. Shubitowski, President and CEO of Huron Valley Bancorp, Inc. (HVLM), the holding company for Huron Valley State Bank, announced that the Board of Directors has declared a dividend of eight cents (.08) per share, representing a 33% increase over last year's dividend of six cents (.06) per share. The dividend is payable March 16, 2016 to shareholders of record as of February 16, 2016. The Board, in declaring this dividend, has indicated that the bank has demonstrated consistent growth and strong profitability.

Huron Valley State Bank Partners with Cygnet Institute For 2016 Winter Series Offering Adult Financial Literacy to the Community

Huron Valley State Bank (HVSB) and the Cygnet Institute partnered to offer a comprehensive adult financial literacy program for the community through the area libraries in the fall of 2015. To continue this partnership in 2016, the Waterford Public Library, Highland Township Public Library and the Milford Public Library are once again offering the 2016 Winter Series seminars on Personal Finance.

The Cygnet Institute of Personal Financial Literacy is a non-profit organization. The workshops will adhere to the Fiduciary Standard and are designed to be a true educational experience without a sales pitch. "Financial Literacy is a key to the success of any community. These workshops for public libraries are designed to help people with their financial decisions with no sales pitch or follow up solicitations. Regardless of your stage in life, everyone can benefit from these hands on classes," said Ted Lakkides®, CFP® founder and President of Cygnet Institute for Personal Financial Literacy.

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