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First Northwest Bancorp president/CEO resigns

Port Angeles, Wash.-based First Northwest Bancorp President and CEO Laurence Hueth resigned Dec. 5 from his executive roles and from the board.

The company's board appointed Matthew Deines to succeed Hueth, effective immediately. He has also joined First Northwest Bancorp's board and is expected to be nominated for re-election at the May 2020 annual shareholders meeting.

Deines is president and CEO of First Northwest Bancorp unit First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Port Angeles. He was originally scheduled to become president and CEO of the parent company on Jan. 2, 2020.