Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Cincinnati Branch - Current Board of Directors - Appointed By The Federal Reserve Bank

appointed by the Federal Reserve Bank
Name Title Term Expires
Donald E. Bloomer President and Chief Executive Officer
Citizens National Bank
Somerset, Kentucky
2012
Austin W. Keyser Midwest Senior Field Representative
AFL-CIO
McDermott, Ohio
2013
Gregory B. Kenny President and Chief Executive Officer
General Cable Corporation
Highland Heights, Kentucky
2011
Amos L. Otis Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer
SoBran, Inc.
Dayton, Ohio
2011

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