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Key employees volunteer for toy distribution event that brings joy to children

By Amy Thomas in Community Posted January 30, 2018

The holidays may seem long past now, but thank yous that read "this means more than you'll ever know" and "this is a blessing and helped us out a lot" still echo for Key Equipment Finance and KeyBank employees who volunteered their time and resources during the holidays for the Denver Santa Claus Shop (DSCS).

Although employees have resumed their busy work-life schedules, "it is never too late to recognize those individuals at Key who volunteered their time and resources over the holidays to make the season a special time of year for those in our community in need of assistance," said Richard Andersen, who led the volunteer effort for Key and is vice president, specialty finance lending, Key Corporate Bank.

DSCS is an 87-year-old local charity that focuses on the underserved community in the Denver metro area. The organization's motto is simply: “A Toy for Every Girl & Boy."

"Key Equipment Finance has been an anchor supporter of the Denver Santa Claus Shop (“DSCS”) for seven years now," Anderson said. "This year the Denver Santa Claus Shop served over 13,000 low-income families in the Denver metro area with gifts and books to help make the holiday season joyful for their children."

KeyBank employees who, along with their families, contributed their time and effort making this year's event an overwhelming success include:

  • Sandy Murphy (Key Equipment Finance - Account Maintenance)
  • Loreen Stevens (Key Equipment Finance - Account Maintenance)
  • Tammy Cagle (Key Equipment Finance - Account Maintenance)
  • Suzanne Baltus (Key Equipment Finance - Credit)
  • Brent Addy (Specialty Finance Lending)
  • Sam Patton (Specialty Finance Lending)
  • Eric Maslak (Specialty Finance Lending)
  • Debbie Trujillo (KeyBank -Corporate Responsibility Officer)

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