The chairman and chief executive of First National Bancorp, Georgia's third-largest independent bank, said last week that he will step down because of a lack of support from some shareholders.

Richard A. McNeece, who arrived as president of the lead bank eight years ago and became chairman of the $3 billion-asset holding company in 1992, said he will leave June 30.

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