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Today’s Bank Files Suit Over $54,000 Loan to Luke QuinnLock Icon

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The successor to the failed Allied Bank of Mulberry is trying to collect $53,898 associated with another failed lender: Little Rock’s Heartland Bank.

Today’s Bank of Huntsville is suing to collect on a long-delinquent loan to Luke W. Quinn IV, namesake son of Heartland’s one-time leading shareholder.

The stated purpose of the investment loan? Purchase stock in Rock Bancshares Inc., parent company of Heartland.

The February 2015 loan originally totaled $303,000 and was secured by 11,140 shares of Rock Bancshares.

According to the lawsuit, no loan payments have been made ever since a quarterly payment went unpaid Oct. 5, 2016.

You might recall that Today’s Bank pursued a collection suit against the elder Quinn related to another long delinquent Allied Bank loan.

Today’s Bank obtained a default judgment of $741,000 against Walter Quinn and his Airsouth Inc.

The loan originally totaled $1 million and dated back to June 2007, when it was used to acquire a 1981 Cessna 550.

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