When he pleaded guilty five years ago to defrauding a local credit union, Michael Dicenzo agreed to pay back a lot of money.

However, The Berkshire Eagle  reports nearly a decade after he left Greylock Federal Credit Union, the full personal cost of Dicenzo's felonious banking still isn't known.

Dicenzo's sentencing has been postponed eight times. An appearance that had been planned for Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Springfield was the latest date to be scratched. He is now due to stand before Judge Mark G. Mastroianni on March 26.

That date leapfrogs the longtime former Berkshire County banker a few weeks past the sentencing of a Pittsfield man, Jeffrey Pierce, who prosecutors say was a party to a multimillion-dollar loan fraud.