APPLICATIONS APPROVED UNDER BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACT: By Federal Reserve Banks

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APPLICATIONS APPROVED UNDER BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACT: By Federal Reserve Banks


APPLICATIONS APPROVED UNDER BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACT

By Federal Reserve Banks

Recent applications have been approved by the Federal Reserve
Banks as listed below. Copies are available upon request to
the Reserve Banks.

Section 3

Applicant(s)                        Bank(s)

The Bancorp.com, Inc.,              TB.com Bank,
  Wilmington, Delaware                Wilmington, Delaware
Bankoelwein, Inc.,                  Community Bank of Oelwein,
  Oelwein, Iowa                       Oelwein, Iowa
Castle Creek Capital Partners       State National Bancshares, Inc.,
  Fund IIa, LP,                       Lubbock, Texas
  Rancho Santa Fe, California
Castle Creek Capital Partners
  Fund IIb, LP,
  Rancho Santa Fe, California
Central Financial Corporation,      Premier Bancshares, Inc.,
  Hutchinson, Kansas                  Jefferson City, Missouri
Citizens Financial Corporation,     The Citizens State Bank of Cortez,
  Cortez, Colorado                    Cortez, Colorado
City Savings Bancshares, Inc.,      City Savings Bank & Trust Company,
  DeRidder, Louisiana                 DeRidder, Louisiana
CommerceFirst Bancorporation,       CommerceFirst Bank,
  Inc.,                               Annapolis, Maryland
  Annapolis, Maryland
Community Investment Group, Ltd.,   The Havana National Bank,
  Havana, Illinois                    Havana, Illinois
Cortez Investment Company,          Citizens Financial Corporation,
  Cortez, Colorado                    Cortez, Colorado
Downing Partnership, L.P.,          Ellis State Bank,
  Ellis, Kansas                       Ellis, Kansas
Eggemeyer Advisory Corp.,           Independent Bankshares, Inc.,
  Rancho Sante Fe, California         Abilene, Texas
WJR Corp.,                          First State Bank, N.A.,
  Rancho Santa Fe, California         Abilene, Texas
Castle Creek Capital, LLC,          State National Bancshares, Inc.,
  Ranch Santa Fe, California          Lubbock, Texas
Castle Creek Capital Partners
  Fund I, LP,
  Rancho Santa Fe, California
Castle Creek Capital Partners
  Fund IIa, LP,
  Rancho Santa Fe, California
Castle Creek Capital Partners
  Fund IIb, LP,
  Ranch Santa Fe, California
Eggemeyer Advisory Corp.,           State National Bancshares, Inc.,
  Rancho Sante Fe, California         Lubbock, Texas,
WJR Corp.,                          Castle Creek Capital Partners
  Rancho Santa Fe, California         Fund I, LP,
Castle Creek Capital, LLC,            Rancho Santa Fe, California
  Ranch Santa Fe, California        Castle Creek Capital Partners
                                      Fund IIa, LP,
                                      Rancho Santa Fe, California
                                    Castle Creek Capital Partners
                                      Fund IIb, LP,
                                      Rancho Santa Fe, California
Enterbank Holdings, Inc.,           Commercial Guaranty Bancshares,
  Clayton, Missouri                   Inc., Overland Park, Kansas
                                    The Capital Company,
                                      Overland Park, Kansas
eOneBanc Corp.,                     First Alliance Bank and Trust
  Manchester, New Hampshire           Company, Manchester,
                                      New Hampshire
Firstbank Corporation,              Firstbank-St. Johns,
  Alma, Michigan                      St. Johns, Michigan
First Banks, Inc.,                  Bank of Ventura,
  St. Louis, Missouri                 Ventura, California
First Central Bancshares, Inc.,     First Central Bank of Monroe
  Lenoir City, Tennessee              County, Sweetwater, Tennessee
First Security Group, Inc.,         First Central Bank of Monroe
  Chattanooga, Tennessee              County, Sweetwater, Tennessee
FNB Financial Services, Inc.,       FNB Lockney,
  Durant, Oklahoma                    Lockney, Texas
Frontier Financial Corporation,     Liberty Bay Financial Corporation,
  Everett, Washington                 Poulsbo, Washington
                                    North Sound Bank,
                                      Poulsbo, Washington
Home Town Banking Corporation,      Walton Bank & Trust Co. 

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