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WILMINGTON TRUST ANNOUNCES NEW SENIOR MANAGEMENT MEMBERS

 WILMINGTON TRUST ANNOUNCES NEW SENIOR MANAGEMENT MEMBERS
 WILMINGTON, Del., May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Wilmington Trust


Company announced additional changes to its organization following last week's announcement of a new executive management team comprising Leonard W. Quill, chairman and chief executive officer, Ted T. Cecala, executive vice president, and Robert V.A. Harra Jr., executive vice president.
 Four new members have been named to the bank's senior management committee.
 Hugh D. Leahy Jr. has been elected senior vice president to succeed Harra as head of the personal banking department. He will oversee the bank's branch network, as well as the residential mortgage division, personal finance division and delivery systems division.
 Joseph M. Jacobs Jr. has been elected senior vice president to manage a new administration department, comprising the legal, marketing, general services and personnel divisions.
 David R. Gibson has been elected senior vice president to head a new finance department, which includes the funds management division, asset review division, management accounting, tax and financial reporting and strategic planning areas.
 Howard K. Cohen has been elected senior vice president of the corporate financial services department, overseeing the corporate custody administration, corporate trust administration and employee benefits divisions of the company.
 "We believe these changes position us well to face the many challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for Wilmington Trust Company," said Quill. "With this vigorous new management team in place, I am confident that we will continue to lead the banking industry in every way there is to be measured."
 Wilmington Trust Company, a Delaware chartered bank with $4.3 billion in assets and 61 branches, is the principal subsidiary of Wilmington Trust Corporation (NASDAQ: WILM). Wilmington Trust Company is also one of the largest trust companies in the nation, with more than $250 billion in assets under trust, custodial and investment management.
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