WASHINGTON - By all accounts, Robert L. Hotchkiss turned around tiny Genoa Banking Co. after taking the helm as president in 1978.

Under his leadership, the suburban Toledo institution nearly quadrupled its asset size, growing to $64 million. The bank expanded into insurance and data processing, resolved lingering capital trouble, and became a training institution for new examiners.

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