FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of CLEVELAND

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANKof CLEVELAND. P.O. Box 6387. Cleveland, OH 44101-1387.

Jason E . Tarnowski. Assistant Vice President. Supervision and Regulation Department.

216.579.2297. 216.579.2932.f a x . [email protected] www.clevelandfed.org.

October 3, 2012. Mr. Stephen Bogle. Street address blocked for privacy. Wakeman, O H 44889-9555. Re:

Criminal Conviction - Prohibition from Banking Industry.

Dear Mr. Bogle: The Federal Reserve Bank o f Cleveland has become aware that you entered into a pretrial diversion or similar program in connection with the resolution o f an indictment charging you with Theft relating to your employment by Fifth Third Bank. A copy of the court document reflecting your entry into the program is attached. Because you have agreed to enter into a pretrial diversion or similar program in connection with the prosecution of a crime involving dishonesty or breach of trust, you are automatically subject to the prohibitions set forth in Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, as amended (“Section 19”)(12 U.S.C. § 1829) for banking organizations and in Section 205 of the National Credit Union Act, as amended (“Section 205(d)”) (12 U.S.C. § 1785(d)) for insured credit unions. Section 19 and Section 205(d) prohibit you from becoming or continuing as an institution-affiliated party with respect to any o f the banking organizations or credit unions described below. This means that you may not, among other things, act as an employee, officer, director, or agent o f these banking organizations or credit unions. N or may you otherwise participate, directly or indirectly, in the conduct of the affairs o f any of these organizations. You are also prohibited from directly or indirectly owning or controlling any insured depository institution or holding company. These statutes do not prohibit you from being a normal, arms-length customer of a banking organization or credit union, such as having a loan, checking or savings account. The prohibitions o f Section 19 and Section 205(d) cover all insured depository institutions, including, but not limited to, any bank, savings association or credit union, and their holding companies, as well as Edge corporations and Agreement corporations. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation may grant written consent for you to engage in otherwise prohibited conduct with respect to insured depository institutions, and the Federal Reserve may grant written consent with respect to bank and savings and loan holding companies and Edge and Agreement corporations. The National Credit Union Administration Board may grant consent for insured credit unions. The automatic prohibition does not cover non-bank subsidiaries o f bank holding companies or uninsured branches or agencies of foreign banks, unless the appropriate federal banking agency takes further action against you. Should you engage in prohibited conduct without obtaining the required consent from the appropriate agency', you could be subject to daily criminal fines o f up to $1,000,000 or up to five years imprisonment. This letter will be posted on the website of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. If you believe that the prohibitions o f Section 19 and Section 205(d) do not apply to you, because, for example, your conviction has been reversed on appeal, or for any other reason, please contact Barbara Belluardo in writing at this Reserve Bank. Sincerely, Signed.

Jason E. Tarnowski. JE T /g m s/cr. cc:

Mr. John Kuray, Board o f Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Ms. Leela Rao, Board o f Governors o f the Federal Reserve System. Mr. A.T. Dill, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Mr. Kevin Allard, Deputy Superintendent. Jack Bradley, Attorney.P agebrk.

Judgment and Pretrial Diversion Order, dated November 11, 2010, concerning State o f Ohio v. Stephen Bogle, Case No. 09CR078959, in the Court of Common Pleas Lorain County, Ohio on file.E et. ndofcum

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of CLEVELAND

FEDERAL RESERVE BANKof CLEVELAND. P.O. Box 6387. Cleveland, OH 44101-1387. Jason E . Tarnowski. Assistant Vice President. Supervision and Regulation ...

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