WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has charged four former executives at the failed First National Bank of Keystone of West Virginia with embezzling $19.9 million.

The agency claims in a lawsuit that former Keystone vice president Terry L. Church, Keystone Mortgage Corp. president Michael H. Graham, retired bank president and Keystone Mayor Billie Cherry, and the late bank president J. Knox McConnell steered themselves millions of dollars of due diligence payments.

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