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Member Name
William G. Bracey
Committee Name
Audit Committee
Compensation Committee
Corporate Governance Committee
Risk Management Committee
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Mr. William G. Bracey is an Independent Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank since May 2014. Mr. Bracey serves as a member of the Company’s Audit, Compensation, Corporate Governance and Risk Management Committees. Mr. Bracey owns and operates two ShopRite Supermarkets, one in Daleville, Pennsylvania, and one in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania, as well as several retail businesses including an Ace Hardware Store, two NAPA Auto Parts Stores, two Hallmark Gold Crown Stores, and Plociniak Fuel Services. Mr. Bracey is an active member of several business and community organizations, including a current Board member and past Chairman of the Pennsylvania Food Merchants, current Board member of Johnson College, past Board member and Chairman of Affiliated Foods, past Board member and Co-Chairman of Associated Wholesale and past Board member of Scranton Preparatory School. Mr. Bracey attended Keystone College. Mr. Bracey’s 40 years of entrepreneurial and corporate management experience, a strong network of community relationships and partnerships and significant knowledge of the retail business climate in the region qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
Gerard (Jerry) A. Champi
Committee Name
Directors' Loan Committee
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Mr. Gerard A. Champi was elected to the Board of Directors of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank on July 01, 2016. Mr. Champi serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Champi is a member of the Bank’s Directors’ Loan Committee. Mr. Champi joined FNCB Bank in 1991 and has over 30 years banking experience. Mr. Champi is a 1982 graduate of Pennsylvania State University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. Mr. Champi received his MBA from Wilkes University in 1989. Mr. Champi is Executive Vice President and a Board Member of Northeastern Pennsylvania Council Boy Scouts of America; Lackawanna Blind Association Board Member; Saint Joseph’s Center Board Member; Past President of the Greater Pittston Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; Past President of the Luzerne County Community College Foundation Board of Directors. Mr. Champi is a Penn State Worthington Scranton Campus Advisory Board Member and a lifetime member of Penn State Alumni Association.
Joseph Coccia
Committee Name
Risk Management Committee
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Mr. Joseph Coccia is a Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank since July 1998. Mr. Coccia serves as Secretary of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. and the Bank since May 2015. Mr. Coccia also serves as Chairman of the Company’s Risk Management Committee. Mr. Coccia also served on the LMDA board. Mr. Coccia is President of Coccia Ford Lincoln, and President at Eastern Auto Exchange, Inc. Mr. Coccia's strong business background, knowledge of the automobile industry, and broad community involvement qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
Dominick L. DeNaples
Committee Name
Directors' Loan Committee
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Mr. Dominick L. DeNaples is an Independent Director and Chairman of the Board of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank. Mr. DeNaples is Chairman of the Bank’s Directors’ Loan Committee. He has been a director of the Bank since 1987, and previously served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company and the Bank from December 2009 until he was elected Chairman in May 2010. Mr. DeNaples is President of Rail Realty Corporation, Vice President of DeNaples Auto Parts Inc. and Vice President of Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc. Mr. DeNaples currently serves as Chairman of the Board and Finance of Lackawanna College’s Board of Trustees and also as Chairman of the Board and Finance of St. Joseph’s Center and the St. Joseph’s Foundation. Mr. DeNaples organized and was elected as a member of the Audit Committees of St. Joseph’s Auxiliary, St. Joseph’s Foundation and St. Joseph’s Center. Mr. DeNaples serves on the Board of Geisinger Health Services, Hospice of the Sacred Heart, and also on the Advisory Board of Penn State University – Worthington Scranton. He formerly served as President of the Council and Chairman of Finance of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Council of Boy Scouts of America, and currently serves as a Board member. He also formerly served as Vice Chairman of the Board and Chairman of Finance of Scranton Preparatory School. Mr. DeNaples proudly served in the Pennsylvania United States Army National Guard. Mr. DeNaples is a charter and Board member of Hospice of the Sacred Heart. Mr. DeNaples has been the recipient of numerous community and civic awards, including the Man of the Year Award of Lackawanna County and the Boy Scout of America’s Silver Beaver Award and the Boy Scout of America’s Annual Northeast Pennsylvania Distinguished Citizen Award. Mr. DeNaples' extensive business background and years of community and charitable involvement qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
Louis A. DeNaples
Committee Name
Directors' Loan Committee
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Mr. Louis A. DeNaples is a Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank. Mr. DeNaples is a member of the Bank’s Directors’ Loan Committee. He has been a director of the Bank since 1972 and served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank from 1988 and the Company from 1998 until he took a leave of absence from involvement with the Bank and the Company in February 2008. Mr. DeNaples resigned as a director of the Company effective May 12, 2012. Mr. DeNaples returned from the leave of absence in December 2013 to serve as a director of the Bank. On May 21, 2014 Mr. DeNaples was elected to the Board of Directors of the Company. Mr. DeNaples is President of DeNaples Auto Parts, Inc., President of Keystone Landfill, Inc., and Vice President of Rail Realty Corporation. Mr. DeNaples' extensive business background and years of community and charitable involvement qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
Dr. Louis A. DeNaples, Jr.
Committee Name
Audit Committee
Compensation Committee
Corporate Governance Committee
Risk Management Committee
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Dr. Louis A. DeNaples, Jr. is an Independent Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank since 2008. Dr. DeNaples also serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and the Bank since 2013. Dr. DeNaples serves as a member of the Company’s Corporate Governance, Audit, and Risk Management Committees, and is the Chairman of the Compensation Committee. Dr. DeNaples practices emergency medicine at Geisinger- Community Medical Center in Scranton. Dr. DeNaples' understanding of the medical industry and considerable community and charitable involvement qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
Keith W. Eckel
Committee Name
Audit Committee
Directors' Loan Committee
Corporate Governance Committee
Risk Management Committee
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Mr. Keith W. Eckel is an Independent Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank since 2014. Mr. Eckel also serves on the Company’s Audit, Corporate Governance, and Risk Management Committees, as well as the Bank’s Directors’ Loan Committee. Mr. Eckel is the sole owner and CEO of Fred W. Eckel Sons and serves as President of Eckel Farms, Inc. Mr. Eckel is a past Chairman and member of the Board of Allied Group Inc., a subsidiary of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, and is a past Board Chairman of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, a Fortune 100 insurance provider. Mr. Eckel previously served on the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development, which advises the U.S. Agency for International Development on agricultural priorities and issues. He is the former President of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau. Mr. Eckel was also a member of the Board of Directors of Gartmore Global Asset Management Trust, and he is a trustee of Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Eckel attended Keystone Junior College, Dickinson College and Penn State University. Mr. Eckel is highly knowledgeable in all aspects of agribusiness. Mr. Eckel’s strong business background, extensive understanding of the insurance industry, and community and charitable involvement qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
Thomas J. Melone, CPA
Committee Name
Audit Committee
Compensation Committee
Directors' Loan Committee
Corporate Governance Committee
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Mr. Thomas J. Melone, CPA, is an Independent Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank since 2011. Mr. Melone also serves as a member of the Company’s Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees, and is Chairman of the Audit Committee. Mr. Melone also serves on the Bank’s Directors’ Loan Committee. Mr. Melone serves as a partner for the Albert B. Melone Company Certified Public Accountants, a leading provider of accounting, tax and consulting services throughout the Northeastern Pennsylvania region. Mr. Melone leads the firm’s Tax Preparation and Advisory Services line as well as its Small Business Advisory and Consulting Services business line. Additionally, he has extensive experience in the financial management of public school districts operating in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Mr. Melone is an active member of several professional, business and community organizations including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) and the Allied Services Board, specifically serving as Chairman of the Allied Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine and the John Heinz Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. Mr. Melone has also served as an advisory board member for Landmark Community Bank. Mr. Melone is a 1980 graduate of King’s College where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. Mr. Melone’s community involvement and extensive business and accounting background qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.
John P. Moses, Esquire
Committee Name
Audit Committee
Compensation Committee
Corporate Governance Committee
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Mr. John P. Moses is an Independent Director of FNCB Bancorp, Inc. (“Company”) and FNCB Bank since 1999. Mr. Moses also serves as a member of the Company’s Audit and Compensation Committees and is Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee. Mr. Moses has served as the Chairman of BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania since 1997 and as an attorney in private practice since 1971, including as Of Counsel at the law firm of Cozen O’Connor since 2009. Mr. Moses has been a director of the Company and the Bank since 1999. During his career, he also has served as chair of the Northeast Pennsylvania Heart Association and as Chairman and President of the Board of Governors of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (“St. Jude”), and as Chief Executive Officer for ALSAC, the fundraising arm of St. Jude. Mr. Moses also has had a distinguished career in public service, having served as a member of state commissions and as counsel to various state and local judicial, executive, legislative and administrative offices and non-profits. Mr. Moses has received numerous awards for his contributions in public service, business, the law and charitable causes, including the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. Mr. Moses also serves on the boards of Villanova University School of Law, The Commonwealth Medical College, and Highmark, Inc. Admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and before the U.S. Supreme Court, Mr. Moses is a graduate of King’s College and the Villanova University School of Law, and has received an honorary doctorate degree from Christian Brothers University. Atty. Moses' extensive corporate and legal background, his knowledge of the medical industry, and community and charitable involvement qualifies him to serve as a director of the Company and the Bank.

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