I had lunch recently with a friend who worked at the old Central Hanover Bank in New York back when my father was its consulting economist.

We reminisced, and I realized that some of the goofs and foibles we recalled could provide lessons for community bankers. (My table mate was later chief executive officer of a community bank that became one of the largest and most profitable in his state.)

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