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Union State Bank has donated $25,000 to Sound Shore Medical Center through its U.S.B. Foundation, Inc. The money was used in support of the hospital's annual golf outing held June 3 at Winged Foot and Quaker Ridge Golf Clubs. All net proceeds from the event benefited the emergency department at Sound Shore Medical Center. Pictured at the check donation ceremony are (l. to r.): Barbara Gedney, assistant vice president of Union State Bank; John D'Agostino, senior vice president of Union State Bank; John Spicer, president of Sound Shore Medical Center; and Dot Mekeel, vice president and regional manager of retail banking with Union State Bank.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Date:Oct 22, 2003
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