Home Loan Investment Bank collects donations for veterans food pantry

STAFF FROM HOME LOAN Investment Bank with the food they collected and donated to Operation Stand Down Rhode Island’s food pantry for veterans in Johnston. From left: Randy Sorrentino, property manager; Kevin Roche, vice president, residential mortgage origination; Christine Dikdan, assistant vice president, auto lending services; Brian Murphy, chairman and CEO; Eric Rose, executive vice president and chief operating officer; Mike Dikdan, vice president, auto lending services; and Jarred Burrell, vice president, commercial lending. / COURTESY HOME LOAN INVESTMENT BANK
JOHNSTON – Banks can help people with more than money, proved this week by Home Loan Investment Bank. When supplies were running low at Operation Stand Down Rhode Island’s Veterans Food Pantry in Johnston, employees at the Warwick-based bank pitched in with a food drive. The effort culminated with the arrival of a van loaded…

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