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First Commonwealth Bank shared the following comments in recognition of Senator Don White’s retirement announcement:

Indiana, PA (January 30) – “I am extremely appreciative of Senator White’s years of dedication to his constituents of the 41st Senatorial District. His tireless efforts are to be commended for making our communities safer, schools better and local economies stronger. Additionally, we at First Commonwealth Bank greatly appreciate his tenure over the past 12 years as Chairman of the Senate Banking & Insurance Committee. His leadership has helped Pennsylvania grow to become a financial leader across the country,” T. Michael Price, President & CEO, First Commonwealth Financial Corporation.

“Congratulations to Senator White on a well-deserved retirement. After my first election in 2002, his guidance and tutelage were critical to my growth as a legislator. From expanding water and sewage service to thousands of residents, to attracting URBN Outfitters to Indiana County, I enjoyed working together with Don in making impactful changes to this area,” Dave Reed, SVP & Regional President, First Commonwealth Bank.


About First Commonwealth Financial Corporation

First Commonwealth Financial Corporation (NYSE:FCF), headquartered in Indiana, Pennsylvania, is a financial services company with 139 banking offices in 22 counties throughout western and central Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as Corporate Banking Centers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. The company also operates mortgage offices in Wexford, Pennsylvania, as well as Hudson and Dublin, Ohio. First Commonwealth provides a full range of commercial banking, consumer banking, mortgage, wealth management and insurance products and services through its subsidiaries First Commonwealth Bank and First Commonwealth Insurance Agency. It is through these services that the company strives to execute on its mission to improve the financial lives of its neighbors and their businesses.


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