Trust Company Continues Partnership with CIHS

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Jeff Muddell (SCTC), left, Tony Lapi (CIHS), Nancy Riley (CIHS), 
Al Hanser (SCTC), Tom Libonate (CIHS), Robin Cook (SCTC), Jewel Jensen (CIHS), Mike Boris (CIHS)

The Captiva Island Historical Society and The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company – the organization’s Season Presenting Sponsor, continue to move through the 2020-2021 season with robust programming for islanders and visitors. The Open-Air Cinemas have been particularly popular featuring films on our area’s history and trending topics about our culture and environment.

Al Hanser, Founder and Chairman of The Trust Company said, “We’ve enjoyed being a long-time sponsor of the CIHS Speaker Series in the past and we are so impressed this year by the creativity of moving these interesting and entertaining programs outdoors in various locations for all to enjoy.”

CIHS has two more cart-in or drive-in cinema nights coming up on Monday, February 8 featuring “Queen of Swing,” by Florida filmmaker John Biffar at McCarthy’s Marina and Monday, March 8 featuring “Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish,” a WGCU documentary film – also at McCarthy’s. Admission is free. Call 239.472.2323 to make a reservation. Visit Events page for more information.

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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