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Town and Country Bank Completes Acquisition of Fairview Heights Branch of Centrue Bank

SPRINGFIELD, Ill., June 17, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Town and Country Bank (“TCB”), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Town and Country Financial Corporation (“TCFC”) (OTC Pink:TWCF), today announced that it has completed its acquisition of the Centrue Bank branch located at 303 Fountains Parkway, Fairview Heights, Illinois.

“We are excited to welcome the Fairview Heights employees and customers to the Town and Country family, and are eager to deepen our relationships within Fairview Heights and St. Clair County,” said Micah R. Bartlett, President and CEO of TCB. “Our business model is built around improving the financial lives of our customers and clients, and we continue to invest in innovative products, services, technology, and branches to meet their needs.”

David E. Kirschner, Executive Chairman of TCFC, added, “Our bank is making a strong commitment and investing in the metro-east market. This acquisition continues our growth momentum and complements our recent acquisition of a banking office located in Edwardsville.”

About Town and Country Financial Corporation. Town and Country Financial Corporation is a financial holding company headquartered in Springfield, Illinois with assets in excess of $700 million. Its shares are quoted on OTC Pink under the symbol TWCF. Its subsidiaries include Town and Country Bank and Town & Country Banc Mortgage Services, Inc. with 14 offices in Buffalo, Decatur, Edwardsville, Fairview Heights, Jacksonville, Lincoln, Mt. Zion, Springfield, Waverly, White Hall, and Quincy, Illinois. The Quincy location uses the trade name “Peoples Prosperity Bank.” The company provides comprehensive lines of retail, commercial, agricultural, and mortgage banking, as well as trust and investment services to families, businesses and organizations. For more information about TCFC, visit www.townandcountrybank.com.

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CONTACTS: Micah R. Bartlett, President & CEO mbartlett@townandcountrybank.com 217-787-3100

Source:Town and Country Financial Corporation