Questions continue to surround insolvent St. Joseph pension plan

STEPHEN DEL SESTO testifies before R.I. Superior Court in 2017. He was appointed to usher the St. Joseph Health Services pension plan through receivership. Max Wistow, who was appointed special counsel, sits at right in the background. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN
STEPHEN DEL SESTO testifies before R.I. Superior Court in 2017. He was appointed to usher the St. Joseph Health Services pension plan through receivership. Max Wistow, who was appointed special counsel, sits at right in the background. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN
PROVIDENCE – Barbara A. O’Neil felt angry, heartbroken and duped last month when she heard the pension plan holding her retirement funds had filed for receivership in R.I. Superior Court. O’Neil, a compliance manager and auditor at CharterCare Health Partners, has worked at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital for 41 years, and the hospital’s former…

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