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WSFS Adds J. Phillip Hough Jr. and Carol Bruno as Commercial Real Estate Executives
Nov 03, 2010

WSFS Financial Corporation, the parent company of WSFS Bank, has announced the additions of J. Phillip Hough Jr. and Carol A. Bruno. Hough will serve as commercial real estate relationship manager, while Bruno has joined the bank as a commercial real estate portfolio manager. Hough joins WSFS with 20 years of commercial lending experience. Prior to joining the WSFS team, he worked as vice president and commercial and industrial/real estate lender with Wilmington Trust Company, and assistant vice president and commercial and industrial lender with Beneficial National Bank. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware and was immediate past president of the Board of the Delaware Community Development Corporation. Hough is a resident of Bear, Del. Bruno has more than 20 years of experience working in various functions of commercial real estate. Prior to joining WSFS, she worked for Wells Fargo Bank/Wachovia Bank as vice president and relationship manager of commercial real estate lending for the Homebuilder Special Situations Group. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Wilmington College and an Associate Degree from Delaware Technical and Community College. Bruno is a resident of Wilmington, Del. For more information, visit
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