The Middlefield Banking Company today announced the election of Darryl E. Mast to its Board of Directors. Mr. Mast fills the vacancy on the Board created by the retirement of Frances H. Frank.
Having joined the Hattie Larlham organization in 2004, Mr. Mast is currently serving as Vice President Operations for Hattie Larlham. Hattie Larlham provides medical, residential, educational, vocational and recreational programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Prior thereto, Mr. Mast was Senior Vice President at Second National Bank of Warren, as well as an Executive Officer of Second Bancorp, Incorporated, which had $2.2 billion in assets. He was responsible for the administration of 33 retail banking centers, private banking, consumer lending and electronic banking.
Mr. Mast holds or has held community leadership positions with the advisory board of Kent State University Trumbull Campus, Rotary Club of Warren and the Warren Area Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Foundation. Additional community service has been with Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Retirement Services, Inc., Trumbull County Chapter of the American Red Cross, Trumbull County Career Development Advisory Committee, and the Greater Western Reserve Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Thomas G. Caldwell, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Middlefield Banking Company, said, “Darryl is a widely respected and experienced community banking professional. He brings a great deal of knowledge and business expertise to our bank. We feel very fortunate to add someone of his caliber and skill set, capable of making an immediate contribution to our board.”
The Middlefield Banking Company is the operating subsidiary of Middlefield Banc Corp. (OTCQB: MBCN). Headquartered in Middlefield, Ohio, the bank has assets in excess of $575 million. The bank operates eight full service banking centers and a LPL Financial brokerage office serving Chardon, Cortland, Garrettsville, Mantua, Middlefield, Newbury and Orwell, Ohio.
This announcement contains forward-looking statements that involve risk and uncertainties, including changes in general economic and financial market conditions and the Company’s ability to execute its business plans. Although management believes the expectations reflected in such statements are reasonable, actual results may differ materially.