In a flurry of activity, Mutual Savings Bank, Bay City, Mich., last week named a new chief executive officer, decided to remain independent, and reported a $1.7 million third-quarter loss.

The $888 million-asset thrift last week named Robert N. Shuster chief executive officer after chairman and chief executive Wendell L. Evans Jr., resigned to pursue other opportunities.

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