William Penn Bancorp, Inc. Names Kenneth J. Stephon President!

William Penn Bank

Levittown, PA – William Penn Bancorp, Inc. (OTC: WMPN) (the “Company”), the mid-tier holding company for William Penn Bank (the “Bank”), announced today that effective October 1, 2018, Kenneth J. Stephon will be named President of the Company, the Bank, and William Penn, MHC (together, “William Penn”). Current President and Chief Executive Officer, Terry L. Sager, will remain in her role as CEO until her retirement in early February 2019. At that time, Mr. Stephon will succeed Mrs. Sager as Chief Executive Officer of William Penn. Mrs. Sager will work closely with Mr. Stephon throughout the transition period, and will subsequently remain with William Penn as a member of the Board of Directors.

Mr. Stephon joined William Penn as Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, and Director on July 1, 2018 as part of its merger with Audubon Savings Bank, where Mr. Stephon was President, CEO, and a director. He brings to William Penn over 35 years of community banking experience. He received a B.S. Degree in Accounting from Trenton State College (The College of New Jersey) and an MBA from Rider University.

“Ken has joined us at a time when we are poised to take the next step in our company’s growth,” said Mrs. Sager. “Through our merger with Audubon Savings, we have surpassed $400 million in assets. With Ken’s strategic vision and extensive community banking experience, we believe that we will continue to successfully grow our franchise, while remaining committed to the community banking model that serves our communities so well.”

“I am honored to have joined William Penn because it represents everything that is essential to community banking,” said Mr. Stephon. “Our enviable capital ratios and financial strengths enable the organization to grow while delivering exceptional service. I am grateful to be a part of this company and I look forward to continue working with our extraordinary team of employees and directors.”

William Penn Bank conducts a traditional community bank operation, offering retail banking services, one- to four-family mortgage loans, multi-family, commercial and other real estate mortgage loans, construction loans, automobile loans, second mortgage loans and other consumer loans. William Penn Bank operates from its main office in Levittown, Pennsylvania and additional branch offices in Morrisville and Richboro, Pennsylvania, and Audubon, Mount Laurel, and Pine Hill, New Jersey. William Penn Bank maintains a website at www.willpenn.com and its deposits are insured up to the maximum legal amount by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The Company’s common stock is traded on the OTC Pink under the symbol “WMPN.”

Senior Management: Terry L. Sager, Chief Executive Officer; Kenneth J. Stephon, President and Chief Operating Officer; Jan Summers, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; and James Douglas, Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer.

Board of Directors: William J. Feeney (Chairman), Craig Burton, D. Michael Carmody, Charles Corcoran, Glenn Davis, William B. K. Parry, Jr., Terry L. Sager, Vincent P. Sarubbi and Kenneth J. Stephon.


Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements include, but are not limited to, expectations or predictions of future financial or business performance, conditions relating to the Company, or effects of the merger with Audubon Savings Bank (“ASB”) on the Company. These forward-looking statements include statements with respect to the Company’s beliefs, plans, objectives, goals, expectations, anticipations, estimates and intentions, that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties, and are subject to change based on various factors (some of which are beyond the Company’s control). The words “may,” “could,” “should,” “would,” “will,” “believe,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “expect,” “intend,” “plan” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements.

In addition, the following factors, among others, could cause actual results to differ materially from forward-looking statements or historical performance: difficulties and delays in integrating the ASB business or fully realizing anticipated cost savings and other benefits of the merger; business disruptions following the merger; the strength of the United States economy in general and the strength of the local economies in which the Company conducts its operations; general economic conditions; legislative and regulatory changes, monetary and fiscal policies of the federal government; changes in tax policies, rates and regulations of federal, state and local tax authorities; changes in interest rates, deposit flows, the cost of funds, demand for loan products, demand for financial services, competition, changes in the quality or composition of the Company’s loan, investment and mortgage-backed securities portfolios; changes in accounting principles, policies or guidelines and other economic, competitive, governmental and technological factors affecting the Company’s operations, markets, products, services and fees; and the success of the Company at managing the risks involved in the foregoing.

The Company does not undertake, and specifically disclaims, any obligation to publicly release the results of any revisions that may be made to any forward-looking statements to reflect the occurrence of anticipated or unanticipated events or circumstances arising after the date hereof.

The Merger is Complete!

William Penn Bank

Dear Valued Customer:

We are proud to announce that as of July 1st Audubon Savings Bank officially became part of William Penn Bank! The merger of our two banks combines the best of our respective community-focused financial institutions and will enable us to provide you with an even broader range of products and services while preserving a high level of customer service. We are pleased and proud to have our customers join William Penn Bank.

Because our merger involves two community banks with similar core values, you can expect our combined bank to maintain the same hometown feel that you have come to expect from us. You will continue to be served by the same familiar Audubon Savings staff. The Audubon Savings Bank name will remain in place, and banking with us will remain the same until the systems conversion date, which is scheduled for November 10, 2018. At that time, we will complete the changeover to William Penn Bank, and we will make the transition as smooth as possible for our customers. Leading up to the conversion date, we will regularly provide you with information and details about your Audubon Savings accounts.

William Penn Bank has been an integral part of its community since 1870, and has a rich tradition of serving the individuals, families, business, and organizations of Bucks County, PA through many generations of customers. Exceptional service is a hallmark of the Bank, which matches perfectly with our longstanding commitment to service at Audubon Savings Bank.

Our Board of Directors, Management and Staff look forward to welcoming you and all Audubon Savings Bank customers to the William Penn Bank family. As always, serving your banking needs is our highest priority. We are excited about the opportunities that lay ahead and we are looking forward with great anticipation to our future together.


Terry

Terry L. Sager
President
Chief Executive Officer

Ken Stephon

Kenneth J. Stephon
Sr. Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer





Audubon Savings Bank Nears Completion of Merger with William Penn Bank

We are pleased to announce that the planned merger of Audubon Savings Bank with William Penn Bank of Levittown, Bucks County, PA is nearly complete. Subject to final approval by our depositors, the transaction is expected to close on or about July 1, 2018.

Audubon Savings Bank currently has 3 banking locations throughout Camden and Burlington Counties and brings a 114 year history to the South Jersey markets it serves. This rich heritage will be combined with William Penn Bank’s 148 years of dedicated service to the Bucks County communities it serves. Upon completion of the merger, the combined bank, operating under the William Penn Bank name, will have approximately $460 million in total assets and approximately $70 million in total equity, with a branch network that will span two states. Our combined financial and human resources and breadth of services will create one of the Delaware Valley’s premier community banks.

We feel that the merger with William Penn Bank is an exciting opportunity for our customers, employees, and the communities we serve. The merger enables us to enhance our products, services, and delivery channels in order to serve you better.

All three of Audubon’s branch offices, in Audubon, Mount Laurel, and Pine Hill, will remain open as offices of William Penn Bank. All of Audubon’s branch office staff members will be retained in the merger, and will continue to serve our customers in the same office locations.

Terry Sager, President and CEO of William Penn Bank, will continue to serve in that role following the merger until her planned retirement in February of 2019. Kenneth Stephon, President and CEO of Audubon Savings Bank, will serve as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer after the merger, and will ultimately succeed Mrs. Sager as President and CEO upon her retirement.

Three of Audubon’s current board members will be joining the board of William Penn Bank and its holding companies upon completion of the merger: Vincent Sarubbi, who currently serves as Audubon’s Chairman, D. Michael Carmody, Audubon’s current Vice Chairman, and Kenneth Stephon, Audubon’s current President and CEO. Additionally, a Southern New Jersey Advisory Board will be formed to help us to continue to serve our markets, and will be composed of Audubon’s five remaining board members, including Senator James Beach, Charles Foulke III, Robert Hunter, Bruce Schell, and Tom Hassett.

Thank you for being a loyal Audubon Savings Bank customer. We look forward to continuing to serve you as a stronger-than-ever community-oriented bank. We selected William Penn Bank as a merger partner largely because both banks share a deep commitment to the community, and we are pleased to be able to continue operating with this same philosophy for many years to come.

Congratulations Robin!

Robin 25 Years
Congratulations to Robin Fadio, our Vice President of Loan Administration who is celebrating 25 Years at Audubon Savings Bank! What a fantastic achievement!

 Robin

Robin - 25 Years

The Lifecycle of a Community Bank

ICBA®

If you’ve ever participated in career day at a local elementary school, you’ll probably relate to this story. A banking colleague visits her son’s kindergarten class and amid explaining the role of a banker, one eager child pipes up and says, “It’s like the lifecycle of a plant!”

He’s right—community banks like Audubon Savings Bank take in deposits and distribute loans and feed into a self-sustaining micro-economy by keeping funds right here in Audubon, Mt. Laurel and Pine Hill!

The idea of “sustainability” is linked to a lot of our local activities these days—whether it’s reusing or recycling products that otherwise might be tossed out, sampling culinary delights from the local bakery or family-run diner, or choosing to buy American-made products to support our national economy. There are plenty of reasons why eating, dining and banking locally makes good economic sense.

It’s all part of a symbiotic relationship that community banks have with their communities. Funds taken in by the community are put to productive use by lending that money back into Audubon, Mt. Laurel or Pine Hill’s economic ecosystem—to local small businesses and residents just like you.

When you deposit money at Audubon Savings Bank, those funds are used to support local businesses, homebuyers, and everyday consumers. And the proceeds from those businesses employ local residents, fund municipalities, and continue the cycle of locally based economic growth.

This April, in celebration of Community Banking Month, we encourage everyone to consider what it means to bank locally and help sustain Main Street today, tomorrow and for generations to come.

Stop by our Bank today to discuss your financial situation and learn how a community bank can help you realize your financial dreams—and contribute to a more vibrant and sustainable economy in your community.

Remember—we’re all in this together. Community banks are only successful if our customers and communities are too. That’s why the community bank and its relationship business model have thrived for more than 150 years. We know what it takes to create successful local economies—join us in helping to build a more sustainable, vibrant economy here at home!

A Jeans Fridays “Thank You”!

Jeans Fridays
We would like to share a wonderful letter of thanks from Home For The Brave for our donation to their Veterans program! Thank you for providing shelter and goods to those who fought so bravely to keep our country safe.



Greetings!

The Veterans at Home For The Brave would like to extend our sincere thanks to the employees at Audubon Savings Bank. On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, we were blessed with a donation of $300.00 from your staff. The Veterans are also very grateful for the tee shirts that were given to them as well. The shirts were very appreciated. What a wonderful act of kindness you have presented to the Veterans at our facility.

The Veterans residing at our traditional living facility are very grateful for the thoughtful donation you have bestowed upon us. We are so grateful that Marlene Laneader has advocated for the Veterans and given you the information on our Veterans housing program.

Each Veteran residing at Home For The Brave is expected to transition into permanent housing. The generous donation you have given will help purchase some small household items for a Veteran to use when they move to their new home.

Thank you for being so kind to our Heroes.

God Bless you all.

Joyce Miller
Case Manager
Home For The Brave

Residential Lending Update!

Mortgage Update
After years of record low interest rates, the market is finally showing some noticeable increases. With economic growth continuing to carry momentum, experts are predicting we may see two to four more rate increases throughout 2018. Industry insiders are predicting rates may increase up to a high of 5% before the end of 2018.*

From providing clients with the tools to purchase their dream home or answering questions about an existing loan, I’m available to assist with all of your mortgage needs.

Call or email me today!

Alex DiTullio
Alex DiTullio

VP, Residential Mortgage Lender

Email: aditullio@audubonsavings.com
Direct: 856-656-2213
Cell: 856-701-5821
Fax: 856-656-2202
NMLS #1612758


*Industry Sources – Forbes, Kiplinger, National Association of Realtors. The predictions or other information regarding the likelihood of mortgage rate outcomes is educational in nature, and is not intended to serve as the primary or sole basis for your mortgage loan decisions.

Good Credit is Key to Solid Financial Future

ICBA®

Audubon Savings Bank and ICBA Offer Tips for Establishing and Maintaining Good Credit

Washington, D.C. (February 9, 2018): When establishing financial fitness goals, the Independent Community Bankers of America and Audubon Savings Bank want to remind customers: it’s easier to build a credit score than to repair a bad one.

“Having a good credit history is key to any financial plan,” said Robin Fadio, Vice President of Audubon Savings Bank in Audubon, New Jersey. “Credit scores take into consideration years of past behavior, so it’s important to establish a history of responsible credit practices and build your score by maintaining good habits.”

ICBA and Audubon Savings Bank offer the following tips to help build and maintain good credit.

  • If you are just beginning to establish your credit history, open a checking account and keep careful track of your balance.
  • Use debit and credit cards for convenience and safety, but not to overspend. Missed or late payments damage your credit and hurt your credit score.
  • A good mix of credit (i.e., a revolving credit line and an installment loan) also boosts your credit score and further demonstrates that you can manage different types of credit.
  • Demonstrate stability in the three to six months before a major purchase. Avoid opening or closing accounts or moving large amounts of money around.
  • Build an emergency fund equal to at least six months of living expenses. If the unexpected happens, you will still be able to pay fixed expenses instead of falling behind.
  • Alter your credit focus as you approach lifecycle stages. As you near retirement, for example, start paying down major purchases (such as a mortgage).
  • Monitor your credit regularly so you can correct any errors and detect any potential signs of identity theft. Order a copy of your credit report annually from www.annualcreditreport.com.

Establishing good spending and saving habits, and sticking with them, is critical when times are tough and can go a long way toward helping you achieve your financial goals.

Audubon Savings Bank can serve as a great resource to help get you started on the road to establishing good credit, which will serve as the foundation for a more secure financial future.

Local Business Spotlight: Alliance!

Local Business Spotlight

Audubon Savings Bank is pleased to feature our first Local Business Spotlight: Alliance Adult Medical Daycare!

We were happy to host at our Audubon Branch on Friday, February 2nd from 12-2pm to meet with representatives from Alliance! Thanks to all who came!

About Alliance: We at Alliance believe that not only does our program help to improve our client’s physical well-being, but that with them being here, it allows for an emotional balance to form between them socializing with other clients, and stimulating their minds and their spirits. For the families, your loved ones will spend their days in a professional, secure, and non-judgmental environment with the appropriate care allowing for peace of mind. The cost can be covered by Medicaid program, state, or federal health insurance, or private pay. We offer two hot meals a day as well as many activities and trips for our clients to enjoy.

Contact Alliance Today!
Address: 607 S. White Horse Pike, Audubon, New Jersey 08106
Phone: 856-617-6396
Email: TRasmussen.aamdc@gmail.com

You can also check out their Facebook here!



Audubon Savings Bank wants to know about your local business and how you serve the community! Our branches will be offering local businesses the opportunity to showcase their company in our branch lobby on a scheduled Friday. The Bank will promote the event in the branch, on our website and through social media. Contact your local Branch Manager to get details on how to participate in one of our Local Business Spotlight events!