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Community Update

Community Update
Bensalem's Cooper Promoted to VP
First Federal of Bucks County, a federally chartered mutual savings bank serving businesses and individuals in Bucks County, as well as Philadelphia, Montgomery, Chester, and Delaware counties, announced today that Linda Cooper has been promoted from vice president – branch team leader to vice president – retail banking manager.

Jeane M. Coyle, the bank’s new president and CEO and first female leader, announced the promotion as part of her restructuring plan.

Cooper, of Bensalem, PA, a 27-year banking veteran, will increase her role from overseeing five branch offices to overseeing First Federal of Bucks County’s entire 11-branch network. She will manage the branch banking sales and administration.

“Linda exemplifies our commitment to providing the fast, responsive, personal service that our customers expect and deserve,” said Coyle.

Cooper volunteers at nursing homes and hospitals to provide pet therapy and participates in many walk-a-thons for cancer research and pet well-being.

Coyle is positioning the bank to continue to provide convenience and value for the bank’s business and individual customers, to maintain profitability for long-term growth and sustainability as a local bank and employer, and to give back to the community.

About First Federal of Bucks County
Founded in 1885, First Federal of Bucks County, with $679 million in assets, operates 11 offices throughout Bucks County. Because it is a Federally Chartered Mutual Savings Association, the bank is not publicly traded and is “owned” by the Association’s customers. The mission of First Federal is to serve businesses and individuals in Bucks County and the surrounding counties – and to be an integral part of the community.

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