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Home Federal Bank Announces Branch Manager Promotions in Idaho

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Nampa, ID—Home Federal Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Len Williams is pleased to announce the promotions of several branch managers in the Bank's Idaho region.

Brad EpperlyBRAD EPPERLY, Meridian branch manager, has been promoted to assistant vice president. Epperly has more than 10 years of banking experience including branch management, commercial lending and business development. He earned his bachelor of arts degree from Idaho State University and received his MBA from City University. He currently serves as the chairperson for the ADA County Employers Association, ambassador with the Meridian Chamber of Commerce, member of leadership Meridian and an active member of Kiwanis.

Jeff MooreJEFF MOORE has been promoted to vice president and commercial branch manager at the Ustick Marketplace branch. A 15 year veteran in the banking industry, Moore's background includes business development, branch management and commercial lending. He is a graduate of Northwest Nazarene University where he received degrees in business administration and liberal arts. He is currently enrolled in the Pacific Coast Graduate School of Banking as a second year student. Active in the community, Moore is involved with the Boise Chamber of Commerce and volunteers at several local charitable organizations.

Jim ThomssenJIM THOMSSEN has been promoted to vice president and commercial branch manager at the Caldwell branch. Thomssen has been in banking in the northwest since 1983 and has been successfully leading branch teams in the Treasure Valley since 1994. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in economics and a minor in business administration. He has also completed post graduate work at the Northwest Intermediate Banking School. Thomssen is the secretary of the Caldwell Economic Development Council, serves on the Oasis Food Center advisory board and is on the Treasure Valley Community College Foundation board as their Canyon County representative.

Commenting on the recent promotions, Williams stated, "These branch managers have demonstrated professionalism, dedication and leadership at HomeFed as well as within the communities they serve. They continuously look for ways to exceed our clients' expectations, and these promotions are well-deserved recognition of their contributions."

Home Federal Bancorp, Inc. is headquartered in Nampa, Idaho and is the parent company of Home Federal Bank, a community bank originally organized in 1920. Home Federal Bank operates a total of 28 branches throughout southwest Idaho and Oregon. The Company's common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol "HOME." For more information, visit the Home Federal Bank website at