Sanibel Captiva Trust Walks for NAMI

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

April Knize, Peter Knize, left J.D., Estate Settlement, Judy Bricker, Director of Corporate Marketing, Cherry Smith, Wealth Services, Jeannine Hagedorn, Wealth Services with Buster the puppy, Steve Latino, Gail Latino, Client Services, Scott DeGrand, Client Services, Dave Martin. Photo provided

NAPLES, Fla. — Team members of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company and its division, The Naples Trust Company participated in the regional walk to raise awareness of mental illness for NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness at Baker Park in Naples last week. Approximately 300 walkers and dozens of vendors came out to show their support and enjoy the weather.

Al Hanser, Founder and Chairman of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company said, “We do this each year in honor of one of our dear clients who strongly supports the effort. We are grateful for the positive impact NAMI has on lives in our community and for their vigilance and determination to bring the effects of mental illness into the open.”

Nami of Collier County’s mission is to improve the quality of life of the 1 in 4 families affected by serious and persistent mental illness through education, support and advocacy. For more information on NAMI visit

The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company is an independent trust company with $2.8 billion in assets under management that provides family office and wealth management services, including investment management, trust administration and financial counsel to high net worth individuals, families, businesses, foundations and endowments. Founded in 2001 as a state-chartered independent trust company, the firm is focused on wealth management services that are absolute-return oriented and performance driven. Each portfolio is separately managed and customized specifically to the client’s yield and cash-flow requirements. The Naples Trust Company and The Tampa Bay Trust Company are divisions of The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company. Offices in Sanibel-Captiva, Naples, Tampa, Belleair Bluffs-Clearwater and Tarpon Springs.

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