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People on the move and achievements (Oct. 13, 2015)

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GlenReyburnReyburn joins WSFS

Glen Reyburn has joined WSFS Bank as vice president of private banking. Reyburn has more than 20 years of experience as a relationship manager in private banking and wealth management. In her new role, she will advise her clients in the areas of credit and wealth management.





Francis-A-Monaco-Jr-HSGavin/Solmonese names senior manager

Frank Monaco will join Gavin/Solmonese as a senior manager. Based in Wilmington, Del., and Raleigh, N.C., Frank will bring his mediation practice to the firm and also will work on fiduciary services matters with a national, Delaware and southeast regional focus.

Monaco brings more than 35 years of experience representing a variety of stakeholders in bankruptcy transactions and litigations.




Christiana Care exec named to coalition board

Chris Corbo was elected to the board of directors of the Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health. He is the corporate director of benefits and wellness for Christiana Care Health System and is responsible for the creation of an integrated care delivery network for more than 17,000 employees and their dependents to increase value and improve clinical outcomes.

GPBCH serves Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware.


Jon-D.-KempKemp advances at DuPont

Jon D. Kemp has been named president of DuPont’s electronics and communications business, succeeding David. B. Miller, who has elected to retire after 34 years of service to the company. Kemp will report to DuPont Executive Vice President James C. Collins, Jr.

Kemp joined DuPont in 2005 as part of the company’s management development leadership program. He has held leadership positions in sales, marketing and business development in several businesses.


Magazine lauds WSFS as first in trust revenue growth

WSFS Financial Corporation,the parent company of WSFS Bank has been ranked No. 1 in trust revenue growth in the state by Bank Director magazine. Bank Director also ranked WSFS No. 26 nationally in that category.

“We are thrilled to have earned this ranking,” said Louis W. Geibel, senior vice president and chief trust officer. “We have experienced rapid growth over the past few years in alignment with our strategic plan, and we look forward to continued success.”

The growth was made possible by Christiana Trust’s merger and acquisition by WSFS Bank, according to bank officials. Christiana Trust’s business model focuses on targeting centers of influence, resulting in sales growth and s repeat and referral business.


Beebe Healthcare “˜Safe Sleep Champion’

Beebe Healthcare has been recognized by the National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program as a “Gold Safe Sleep Champion,” for its commitment to best practices and education on infant safe sleep.

The National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program was created by Cribs for Kids, a Pittsburgh-based organization dedicated to preventing infant, sleep-related deaths due to accidental suffocation. Beebe Healthcare, a Cribs for Kids partner, also has been recognized for following the safe sleep guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and for providing training programs for parents, staff and the community.

In 2014, Beebe was the first health-care system in Delaware to receive the Baby-Friendly designation from the World Health Organization and the United Children’s Fund.

Beebe has implemented its Safe Sleep program to educate moms and their families. A large component of the program is following safe sleep behaviors so that the families can observe and learn them while in the hospital.


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