Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Norwood CEO to become chairman after retiring

Lewis Critelli, who is retiring as president and CEO of Norwood Financial, will become the Honesdale, Pa., company’s chairman. 

The $2.1 billion-asset company said in a press release that Critelli will take on the new role after he steps down from his leadership posts on May 9.

Critelli joined the bank in 1995 as chief financial officer. He has been president and CEO since 2010. 

The company said in March that James Donnelly, former chief commercial officer at Bangor Savings Bank, would succeed Critelli after his retirement.

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