The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation today released a list
of orders of administrative enforcement actions taken against banks
and individuals in April of 1996. No administrative hearings are
scheduled during June.
The FDIC processed a total of 14 final orders in April. These
included three cease-and-desist orders, six removal and prohibition
orders, four terminations of cease-and-desist orders and one
Copies of the orders referred to above can be obtained from or
inspected at the Public Information Center, FDIC, 801 17th Street,
N.W., Room 100, Washington, D.C. 20434 (telephone (703) 562-2200 or
Fax (703) 562-2296). A list of the orders made public today follows.
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FINAL ORDERS ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 8(b), 12 U.S.C. § 1818(b)
Interstate Bank, WaKeeney, KS; FDIC-96-063b; Issued 4/26/96
Southwest Bank, Jennings, LA; FDIC-96-52b; Issued 4/10/96
First State Bank, Moulton, TX; FDIC-95-162b; Issued 4/26/96
FINAL ORDERS ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTION 8(e), 12 U.S.C. § 1818(e)
(Removal and Prohibition Orders)
New Haven Savings Bank, New Haven, CT; FDIC-96-51e; against Richard
G. Arserio; Issued 4/30/96
First State Bank, Ida Grove, IA; FDIC-94-137e; against Gordon A.
Boerner; Issued 4/25/96
Midland Bank, Lee's Summit, MO; FDIC-95-120e; against Jeffrey L.
Gibbs; Issued 4/9/96
Midland Bank, Lee's Summit, MO; FDIC-95-121e; against Kendrick T.
Wallace; Issued 4/9/96
Midland Bank, Lee's Summit, MO, and Midland Bank of Kansas (formerly
known as The Tower State Bank), Mission, KS; FDIC-95-122e; against G.
Robert Fisher; Issued 4/9/96
First Community Bank, Binger, OK; FDIC-96-007e; against Michael R.
Roth; Issued 4/11/96
TERMINATIONS OF CEASE-AND-DESIST ORDERS
Heritage Bank, Watertown, CT; FDIC-93-87b; Issued 4/12/96
Eurobank, Boca Raton, FL; FDIC-94-201b; Issued 4/11/96
Westbank, Westchester, IL; FDIC-92-73b; Issued 4/1/96
Howard J. Peterka and First State Bank of Miller, Miller, SD; FDIC-92-40b;
The Greenville Banking Company, Greenville, GA; FDIC-94-208e;
Decision and Order against Raymond M. Phillips; Issued 4/23/96
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