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CAPS Honors Michele Devine as 2007 Champion for Children

12-07-2007 03:07 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Wachovia Securities

Michele Devine

Michele Devine

Woodbury, New York – Child Abuse Prevention Services, CAPS, honored Michele Devine, Financial Advisor at Wachovia Securities’ Woodbury Office at their 25th anniversary celebration held at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on November 1, 2007.

As a Financial Advisor in the Woodbury office of Wachovia Securities, Michele oversees more than $100 million for individuals, institutions, not-for-profits, endowments and pension plans for The Kehoe Financial Group of Wachovia Securities.

Devine serves as c0-president of the Board of directors of The Long Island Fund for Women and Girls and served as co-chair of their annual Achievers against the Odds Breakfast. She has served on the committee of the Annual Women’s Expo and volunteered on the golf committee for Putting Families First, which benefits the Middle Country Library Foundation, the National Association of Mothers Centers and the Parent Child Home Program. She was a winner of the Long Island Business News 40 rising stars under the age of 40 in 2007 and resides in Bethpage with her husband Jim and 13 month old son, Aidan.

“Wachovia Securities has always taken pride in the community and we are delighted to be involved in this effort,” said Christopher Davis, branch manager of Wachovia Securities’ WOODBURY branch. “We believe this is a great cause and we are pleased to have participated.”

Wachovia Securities
88 Froehlich Farm Blvd.
Woodbury, Ny 11797

Contact: Michele Devine
516- 677-5544

Wachovia Corporation (NYSE:WB) is one of the nation’s largest diversified financial services, with assets of $754.2 billion and market capitalization of $95.3 billion at September 30, 2007. Wachovia provides a broad range of services to 13 million household and business customers. Wachovia has 3,400 retail financial centers in 21 states from Connecticut to Florida and west to Texas and California, and nationwide retail brokerage, mortgage lending and auto finance business. Globally, clients are served in selected in served in selected corporate and intuitional sectors and through more than 40 international offices. Our retail brokerage operations under the Wachovia Securities brand name manage more than $800 billion in client assets through 11,400 registered representatives in 786 offices nationwide. The acquisition of A.G. Edwards Inc. following the end of the third quarter added approximately 740 offices 6,300 financial consultants and $384 billion in brokerage client assets. Online banking is available at; online brokerage products and $384 billion in brokerage client assets. Online banking is available at; online brokerage products and services at;and investment products and services at

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