Estate of Joseph F. Santoiana, Jr. had named Francis Daniel Palumbo a beneficiary to his Estate and Revocable Trust Agreement dated March 19, 1973 as amended, with the Flag Ship Bank of Tampa, Tampa, Florida.  Attorneys for the Trustee Bank,  The law firm of Rieth and Ritchie 1009 West Cleveland Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33606 represented SunTrust Bank of Tampa Bay the Trustee Bank in Tampa, Florida.  Joseph F. Santoiana Jr. was a former Regional Director for the FBI in Tampa, Florida.  The Sun Trust Bank and the law firm of Rieth and Ritchie had diverted the inheritance to Frank D. Palumbo in Conway, South Carolina at the request of Sanford I. Weill, Former Chairman of Citicorp.

The Amended Revocable Trust Agreement of Joseph F. Santoiana Jr. dated October 27, 1983 of Hillsborough County Florida.  Joseph F. Santoiana Grantor had named Frank D. Palumbo his brother-in-law to receive ($3,000.00).  Joseph F. Santoiana Jr. also as Grantor named his wife’s nephew Francis Daniel Palumbo to receive  $100,000.00, $5,000,000.00, and $50,501.57.  The Trustee shall distribute Sixty-five Percent (65%) of said remainder in fee and in equal shares to the following individuals who shall then be living: Francis Daniel Palumbo.  The Trustee Bank, Sun Trust Bank of Tampa Bay, Tampa, Florida had diverted  the inheritance to Frank D. Palumbo, 11009 Juniper Drive, Conway, South Carolina who was only to receive $3,000.00.  Frank D. Palumbo had deposited two checks payable to Francis Daniel Palumbo at the First Federal Savings and Loan of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina.  The First Federal Bank then acquired South State Bank, P O Box 118068, Charleston, SC 29423.

The Honorable T Carroll Atkinson, III , Marion County Probate Judge, Special Appointed Probate Judge for Horry County, Conway, South Carolina, 101 Court Street, Marion, S.C, Attorney Melody Breeden, with the law firm of Turner Paget, 2411 North Oak Street Suite 300, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 and Peter F. Palumbo, Personal Representative to the Estate of Norma Palumbo, 201 Seabert Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29579, allegedly stole more than $10 Million dollars belonging to Francis Daniel Palumbo.  Allegedly Attorney Melody Breeden, had stolen the inheritance before she had possession of stolen records taken from Francis Daniel Palumbo safe deposit Box at People’s United Bank, Stratfield Branch, 1237 Stratfield Road, Fairfield, Conn by Peter Palumbo and James Pauciello of the Fairfield Police Department, Fairfield, Conn 06825.  People’s United Bank is refusing to release the stolen property in violation of the Agreement.  People’s United Bank issued a No trespass Order on August 10, 2015 after conspiring to withhold private information, which was stolen by the Fairfield Police Department.  Attorney Samuel Altman of the law firm of Derfner Altman and Wilburn, 575 Kinds Street, Charleston, SC 29403 also participated in the disappearance of the inheritance from First Federal Savings and Loan of Charleston, SC

You could respond to this Post and leave a comment at my g-mail account or call (475) 210-8223.  The value of the inheritance is in excess of $10 Million dollars.



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