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S&T BANK MAKES INVESTMENT ALTERNATIVES AVAILABLE

 INDIANA, Pa., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- S&T Bank is making it easier for its customers to learn about and acquire alternative financial investment products, it was announced today.
 S&T recently welcomed financial counselors from the firm of Financial Choices, Inc. into its offices. These counselors are able to assist S&T customers in acquiring mutual funds(A) and tax-deferred annuities.
 According to Robert D. Duggan, president and chief executive officer of S&T, "At S&T, we define exceptional customer service as meeting the wide variety of financial needs that our customers may have. Our association with Financial Choices in combination with our existing discount brokerage, trust services and traditional banking products allows us to provide our customers with a full array of financial services at competitive prices."
 To accomplish their specific objectives, S&T customers can now get all the convenience, service and knowledge of Financial Choices professional staff to help make the most of their investment dollars. While many companies take a "one size fits all" approach, Financial Choices managers take a personalized approach in helping design investment plans to suit customers' individual needs.
 Financial Choices, Inc. is a Pennsylvania-based corporation and a subsidiary of the Richard Leahy Company, which is wholly owned by Lincoln National Corporation (NYSE: LNC).
 S&T Bank, the principal subsidiary of S&T Bancorp (NASDAQ-NMS: STBA), 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.
 (A) Securities are offered through LNC Equity Sales Corporation, Member NASD, SIPC.
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 /CONTACT: Susan Tomera of S&T Bank, 412-465-4870/
 (LNC STBA)


CO: S&T Bank; Financial Choices, Inc.; Richard Leahy Company;
 Lincoln National Corporation; S&T Bancorp ST: Pennsylvania IN: FIN SU: PDT


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