If First National Bank of Huntington had granted Marshall T. Reynolds the $300,000 loan he sought in the late 1960s, it might be around today.

Nursing the wounds of rejection, Mr. Reynolds started buying shares of First National Bank with profits from his printing business. By the early 1980s he was the majority shareholder.

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