The former president of Waupaca’s First National Bank has been ordered to pay over 2 and a half million dollars in restitution and fines, for what the federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency calls “personal dishonesty” and “a pattern of misconduct” while serving as the bank’s president for 37 years. Archie Overby served as president from 1979 through May of 2016. The OCC says during that time Overby received millions in salary and bonuses, plus millions more to cover personnel expenses, such as family trips to Disney, and the Caymen Islands. The order by the OCC says Overby must pay 1.6 million dollars in restitution on or before he sells his shares in Waupaca Bancorporation, with payment to First National Bank. The 100-thousand dollar fine will be paid to the U.S. Treasury.