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Cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2- MONDAY. DECEMBER 5.2011 51 I Endowment Fund r eceives donation in memory of Graham family membersa Kent-Sussex Industries Inc. re- to families caring forla loved one KSI is a at- o -pgency cently received a generous dana- with a disability. I k ow this do- whose mission is to assist people tion from Ethel Graham. nation will be put to Igood use at with disabilities in the pursuit of Graham made a donation in KSI. | their potential in employment memory of her late husband, Graham's donatio has beenand meaningful participation in Robert, and their daughter, Bev- placed in KSI's E dowment their communities. KSI is com- mitted to making all reasonable erly Ann. Robert Graham served on the KSI Board of Directors for many years, and Beverly Ann re- ceived services through KSI's employment programs. "KSI does a lot of good in the community," said Graham. "Bob was passionate about the things happening at KSI. We could both see what great value KSI brings Fund administered by the Delaware Communlty Founda- tion. She has becom a member of the KSI Make A Di terence So- ciety, agroup ofpeo] e who have made a significant g ftto KSI to help ensure that services it provides will be railable to those who need the n well into the future. John Wakefield joins Citizen Bank John Wakefield of Wilmington loan officer. has joine'd citizens Bank as a He is an affiliate mortgage loan officer. He focus- es on the Wilmington and Re- hoboth markets. Wakefield originates a wide range of mortgage loan pro- grams, including both conven- the New Castle Coul Realtors. He graduat University of Dela bachelor's degree. "Citizens Bank is c the mortgage bus xlember of ty Board Of ;d from the 'are with a remitted to ness and, tional loans and governmentspecifically, to grpwing our loans. He provides financing for home-financing operation in the both second homes and primary Delaware market al residences, including high-end out our retail bank homes, phy," said Ellen Steb Wakefield has been in the vice president in mortgage business for 15 years. Home Lending Sob He came to Citizens Bank from sion. PNC Mortgage, where he was a Citizens Bank is d through- ng geogra- feld, senior :he bank's tions Divi- division of accommodations in order to en- sure that its programs and serv- ices are as accessible as possible to as many people as possible. To learn more about KSI visit www.ksiinc.org or call Alicia Hollis, director of Community re- lations, at 302-422-4014, Ext. 3015 to schedule a tour. RBS Citizens N.A., operating its seven-state branch network in Connecticut, Delaware, Massa- chusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. It has 26 branches and 58 ATMs in Delaware. RBS Citizens N.A., is a sub- sidiary of Citizens Financial Group Inc., a $131 billion com- mercial bank holding company. It is headquartered in Providence, R.I., and, through its subsidiaries, has more than 1,500 branches, approximately 3,900 ATMs and more than 20,000 colleagues. Its two bank subsidiaries are RBS Citizens N.A. and Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania. CFG's website is citizenSbank.com. tl KSl CEO B. CRAIG CROUCH accepts a donation from Ethel of her late husband Robert, and their daughter Beverly Ann. SUBMITTED PHOTO Graham in memory Dagsboro ANTIQUE Center (302) 732-6955 28293 Clayton Street, P.O. Box 531 I)agsboro. l)E. Rt. 20 & 26 Opposite the P.O. Two floors filled with 40 dealers, furniture, pottery, glass and much more. Come see ff you can spot your favorite dealers from Affordable Antiques & Antique Village. OPEN: Monday - Saturdayll-4, Sunday 12-4 Attention High School.Seniors!! The MDDC Press Foundation is looking for an outstanding senior staff member of a MD, DE, or D.C. high school newspaper. Win a $1,500 CASH SCHOLARSHIP! Visit www.mddcpress.com for details, 2012 Mk:hael S. Powe, l High School Journalist of the Year Award Adorer/ Dover Subaru is proud to sponsor.the second annual In support of the Kent Count At 1387 North Dupo CO Trevor and friend. whowas adopted by Dover Subaru Art Carlson when Trevor was five v SPCA, please join us Saturday, Dec. 3rd from 11 am until 2 pm it Hwy., Located in front of the Dover Mall as we help to mect pets in need, with loving homes. lab AMERICAN FORES[S MAK~E. ~(~ISH your Meals On Wheels ~ssoe,A'r,o, oF ^~,cA Up to $500 from the sale of any new Subaru will he donated by Dover VVV/Subaru to choice of one of the five charities listed above. 302- 734-4761 or 800-646-4761 1387 N. OuPont Hwy., Dover (hi front of Dover Mall) Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m - 8:30 p:m. Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. THE DEALER THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE