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Donn Domico Named Market President of First Community Financial Bank in Homer Glen

Homer Glen, IL – October 11, 2013

First Community Financial Bank has appointed Donn Domico, its Senior Executive Vice President, age 41, to serve as the new Market President in Homer Glen.

Domico joined the First Community Bank Group in April of 2008 after working for MB Financial Bank N.A. and LaSalle Bank N.A. and became President & CEO of First Community Bank of Plainfield in 2009. In addition to his new position as Market President in Homer Glen, Domico serves First Community Financial Bank as Head of Commercial Banking, a member of the Executive Management Team and a member of the Board of Directors.

“Donn’s knowledge and experience are surpassed only by his energy and enthusiasm for working with small to mid-sized businesses in a community banking environment,” said Roy Thygesen, CEO of First Community Financial Bank.

“Following the merger of our sister banks earlier this year, his extensive commercial banking experience and his personal involvement in the local community made Donn the perfect choice to lead First Community in the Homer Glen market.”

“I’ve spent my entire career serving the needs of businesses throughout the south and southwest suburbs and could not be more excited to be a part of First Community Financial Bank in Homer Glen,” added Domico.

“There are banks seemingly at every corner, but our people have a unbridled passion for serving our clients and taking the time to listen and understand their needs. One-on-one access to a decision maker who can respond quickly with creative solutions has proven that all banks are not alike.”

Along with his wife and four children, Donn is a resident of Orland Park. He serves as a member of the St. Michael School Advisory Board and is actively involved with his family in Homer Glen-based sports organizations.

First Community Financial Bank was established in Joliet when a group of local business leaders dedicated themselves to chartering a bank that would focus on a commitment to their community. Within five years, additional community banking facilities were opened in Plainfield, Homer Glen, Burr Ridge, Channahon and Naperville. Over the years, the reception by local businesses and professional firms has proven that small and mid-sized businesses respond to a bank that is owned and operated by local, experienced bankers who are invested in and concerned for the future of their community.

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