WASHINGTON - The assets of two former executives of the failed First National Bank of Keystone, W.Va., will remain frozen under an agreement reached Wednesday with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

In a U.S. District court hearing in Charleston, former vice president Terry L. Church and retired president Billie J. Cherry agreed to a freeze extension, pending conclusion of a civil suit filed against them by the FDIC.

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