GETTYSBURG, Pa., February 1, 2022 — ACNB Corporation (NASDAQ: ACNB), the financial holding company for ACNB Bank and ACNB Insurance Services, Inc., today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, ACNB Insurance Services, Inc., has entered into an agreement to acquire the business and assets of Hockley & O’Donnell Insurance Agency LLC, Gettysburg, PA.

“We are very pleased to have reached this agreement and look forward to quickly closing this transaction. Hockley & O’Donnell is a leading insurance agency in our home market of Gettysburg,” said James P. Helt, President of ACNB Corporation and ACNB Bank. & Chief executive officer. “This long-established agency brings an exceptional team and a large client base, which complements and enhances the Company’s growth strategy for ACNB Insurance Services and ACNB Bank.”

He continued: “We intend to leverage this acquisition to increase synergies and revenues in the insurance and banking subsidiaries. For ACNB Corporation shareholders, this means greater value and return on their investment as we seek to solidify our position as a financial services company. supplier of choice in the main markets served.”

Speaking on behalf of Hockley & O’Donnell, Charles ‘Skip’ Hockley said: “When my family and I started planning for the future and we made the decision to partner and join forces at another entity, ACNB Corporation was the obvious choice given the alignment in terms of geography and commitment to customers.

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We believe this is the right fit for our clients and our team members by building on our past strengths and continuing to grow the agency’s business model.”

Mark A. Westcott, President and CEO of ACNB Insurance Services, Inc., added, “This transaction is an important initiative in our agency’s efforts to grow organically and inorganically in both Pennsylvania and in Maryland. With this acquisition, ACNB Insurance Services is currently anticipating an increase of approximately 30% in gross dollar premiums, which should contribute to ACNB Corporation’s future consolidated earnings. »

Additionally, he said, “Hockley & O’Donnell has served the great community of Adams County with personal and commercial lines of insurance for many years. ACNB Insurance Services plans to build on this strong foundation of tradition and community ties as we look to the future.”

The transaction is expected to close in the near future, at which time all Hockley & O’Donnell clients will be notified by letter and transition information will be available on

ACNB Corporation, headquartered in Gettysburg, PA, is the $2.8 billion financial holding company for wholly-owned subsidiaries of ACNB Bank, Gettysburg, PA, and ACNB Insurance Services, Inc., formerly Russell Insurance Group, Inc., Westminster, MD. Originally founded in 1857, ACNB Bank serves its market with banking and wealth management services, including trusts and retail brokerage, through a network of 20 community banking offices, located in the four central counties- southern Pennsylvania, namely Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, and York, as well as as loan offices in Lancaster and York, PA, and Hunt Valley, MD. As divisions of ACNB Bank operating in Maryland, FCB Bank and NWSB Bank serve the local market with a network of five and six community banking offices located in Frederick County and Carroll County, MD, respectively. ACNB Insurance Services, Inc. is a full-service agency with licenses in 44 states. The agency offers a wide range of property and casualty, health, life and disability insurance serving personal and commercial clients from offices located in Westminster, Germantown and Jarrettsville,

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February 1, 2022