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Thursday, 23 May 2013 10:29
Matthew S. Currie, M.D., is being welcomed to the Bowling Green community by Rodney McCarthy, president of Vision Associates; Richard Edwards, mayor of Bowl-ing Green; Earlene Kil-patrick, executive director of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce; and Stan Korducki, president of Wood County Hospital, during an open house May 31 at 3 p.m. in the office of Vision Associates, 970 W. Wooster St., Suite 221.
The public is invited
Dr. Currie begins practicing general ophthalmology full time with the Vision Associates' team in August 2013.
The Vision Associates group offers comprehensive ophthalmology services from general eye exams to sub specialties such as cataracts, corneal diseases, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, oculoplastics, pediatric optometry and vision therapy, retinal diseases, contact lenses and optical wear.
Dr. Currie is a graduate of St. Louis University in St. Louis, Mo; Rush University in Chicago, IL; and University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

GenoaBank announced at its annual shareholders meeting that its capital growth has been 31 percent since 2007.
The bank's net income improved during 2012 and end-ed the year at $1.677 million.  
Deposits have grown by $16 million in the past five years. Total assets totaled approximately $257.5 million at year end 2012.  
GenoaBank's capital, or shareholder equity, grew to more than $22.9 million at year end.   
Martin P. Sutter, GenoaBank president, reported that total assets ended the first quarter of 2013 at $258.5 million.  
The bank has branch offices in Genoa, Elmore, Maumee, Millbury, Oregon, and Rossford.

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