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PNC regional president to retire

Eikenberry

PNC Bank today announced that Mike Eikenberry, northern Indiana regional president, will retire on April 12.

Doug Wood, head of commercial and middle market banking in northern Indiana, has been named Eikenberry’s successor. Wood will be based in Fort Wayne.

Eikenberry, who is completing 47 years in banking, has also been active in the community, serving on several boards of directors, including Lutheran Hospital, Junior Achievement and Salvation Army.

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