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S&T BANK ANNOUNCES STAFF APPOINTMENTS

 INDIANA, Pa., May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- S&T Bank has announced the staff appointments of Robert Rout, Sharon O'Neil and Todd Brice.
 Rout has been promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer for S&T Bank and S&T Bancorp (NASDAQ-NMS: STBA). He is responsible for overseeing financial and regulatory reporting, financial planning, merger and acquisition analysis and tax planning and review. Most recently, Rout was employed by S&T Bank as vice president and controller. Prior to that time, Rout was employed by Mellon Bank as an assistant vice president and assistant controller.
 He was graduated from Robert Morris College, Pittsburgh, with a master of science degree in business administration, and from West Liberty State College, West Liberty, W.Va., with a bachelor of science degree in business administration. He is a certified management accountant.
 Rout's professional affiliations include the National Association for Bank Cost Analysts, the National Association of Accountants and the International Management Council. Rout is also a member of the Indiana County YMCA board of directors.
 He resides in Indiana with his wife, Kathy, and their three children.
 O'Neil has been promoted to vice president-internal audit. Most recently, she was employed by S&T as an assistant vice president- internal audit. In her new position, O'Neil will continue to oversee the daily operation of the bank's internal audit department. Prior to joining the bank, O'Neil was employed by the U.S. General Accounting Office as an audit manager.
 O'Neil was graduated from Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Mich., with a master of arts degree in management and supervision, and Duquesne University with a bachelor of science degree in business administration and accounting.
 She is a certified public accountant and is working toward a chartered bank auditor certification. O'Neil is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accounts and the Indiana Rotary Club. She resides in Indiana.
 Brice has been promoted to vice president-commercial lending. He is responsible for servicing existing commercial loan accounts and pursuing new business development. Brice joined S&T Bank as a management trainee in 1984. He was appointed assistant vice president and manager of the S&T Dealer Center in 1987 and joined the bank's commercial lending group in 1991.
 Brice was graduated from Grove City College, Grove City, Pa., with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration.
 He resides in Indiana with his wife, Lonnie, and their two children.
 S&T Bank, the principle subsidiary of S&T Bancorp, operates 33 offices in Allegheny, Armstrong, Clearfield, Jefferson, Indiana and Westmoreland counties. S&T Bancorp, Inc. stock trades on the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol STBA
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