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ABA takes pains to keep Utah banker in the fold.

OCT 7, 1991 1:00am ET

In June, Rex Plowman, president and chairman of $43 million-asset Lewiston (Utah) State Bank, decided to quit the American Bankers Association, effective in 1992. But a flurry of solicitous calls...

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