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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Steven Billupsphoto Wal-Mart donates to Midway Lions Wal-Mart Rehoboth Beach presents the Midway Lions Club with a check for $1,000 for its holiday charities. The funds will buy non perishable food for the Cape Henlopen Food Basket, sponsor a 'oliday bowling party for the Sussex Con- sortium School and also provide food baskets with a com- plete holiday meal for local needy families. Shown in their seasonal holiday department are (l-r) Beth Ware, assistant manager. Thomas A. Coco, past president of the Midway Li- ons Club; Lonnie Brown, personnel manager', Garrett S. van- Burk, president of the Midway Lions Club and Bill Flynn, as- sistant manager. Atwater joins Wilmin00on Trust executive staff Wilmington Trust recently hired Peter W. Atwater to fill a newly created position as senior vice president and head of rela- tionship management in its wealth advisory business. Atwater, 43, will oversee all of wealth advisory's sales and client service activities across its net. work of national offices and at its headquarters in Delaware. He al- so will have executive responsi- bility for private banking and for Wilmington Trust's wealth strate- gies team, a group dedicated to serving the complex financial planning needs of the ultra-afflu- ent. Atwater reports to Rodney P. Wood, executive vice president, who runs Wilmington Trust's wealth advisory business. Wood has taken several steps in recent weeks to position the wealth adviso- ry business for future growth. This includes major new ad- ditions to the firm's invest- ment manage- ATWATER ment team, which is now under the leadership of Robert M. Balentine. The company also announced the coming expansion of its wealth advisory office in New York and on Oct. 1 finalized acquiring Grant Tani Barash & Altman (GTBA), a Beverly Hills, Calif.-based provider of business management services. For more information, visit www.wilmingtontrust.com. Town Living. Come visit exclusive Wagamon's West Shores featuring 6 luxury single family, one and Iwo story family homes. Ranging from 2,000 to 3,400 sq. ft. Priced under $300"s1 W/_/! OPEN SAT & SUN !!-6 "S oio,: Rt.lSoto,t0,Rt.16; apmx. 3 miles to ldt on ldulbnr; right on tmim; follow sions. t(/ SalesCt.er PhdManolakos Marta00,,o 30 i84s222 1  G e 0 * . Ilanoldcos 302-529-2690 T r T ...... T--  " IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIL'|"T'I , 56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 Steven Billupsphoto Wal-Mart donates to Midway Lions Wal-Mart Rehoboth Beach presents the Midway Lions Club with a check for $1,000 for its holiday charities. The funds will buy non perishable food for the Cape Henlopen Food Basket, sponsor a 'oliday bowling party for the Sussex Con- sortium School and also provide food baskets with a com- plete holiday meal for local needy families. Shown in their seasonal holiday department are (l-r) Beth Ware, assistant manager. Thomas A. Coco, past president of the Midway Li- ons Club; Lonnie Brown, personnel manager', Garrett S. van- Burk, president of the Midway Lions Club and Bill Flynn, as- sistant manager. Atwater joins Wilmin00on Trust executive staff Wilmington Trust recently hired Peter W. Atwater to fill a newly created position as senior vice president and head of rela- tionship management in its wealth advisory business. Atwater, 43, will oversee all of wealth advisory's sales and client service activities across its net. work of national offices and at its headquarters in Delaware. He al- so will have executive responsi- bility for private banking and for Wilmington Trust's wealth strate- gies team, a group dedicated to serving the complex financial planning needs of the ultra-afflu- ent. Atwater reports to Rodney P. Wood, executive vice president, who runs Wilmington Trust's wealth advisory business. Wood has taken several steps in recent weeks to position the wealth adviso- ry business for future growth. This includes major new ad- ditions to the firm's invest- ment manage- ATWATER ment team, which is now under the leadership of Robert M. Balentine. The company also announced the coming expansion of its wealth advisory office in New York and on Oct. 1 finalized acquiring Grant Tani Barash & Altman (GTBA), a Beverly Hills, Calif.-based provider of business management services. For more information, visit www.wilmingtontrust.com. Town Living. Come visit exclusive Wagamon's West Shores featuring 6 luxury single family, one and Iwo story family homes. Ranging from 2,000 to 3,400 sq. ft. Priced under $300"s1 W/_/! OPEN SAT & SUN !!-6 "S oio,: Rt.lSoto,t0,Rt.16; apmx. 3 miles to ldt on ldulbnr; right on tmim; follow sions. t(/ SalesCt.er PhdManolakos Marta00,,o 30 i84s222 1  G e 0 * . Ilanoldcos 302-529-2690 T r T ...... T--  " IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIL'|"T'I ,