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Baltimore’s Chapin Davis Investment firm turns 60

Holidays bring out the partygoers.

‘Tis the season to be jolly. So let’s party in Baltimore.

The Chapin Davis Investment firm kicked off the season this week with their 60-year anniversary. No better venue than the newly re-opened Mount Washington Tavern.  Clients of Chapin were wined and dined with some of the Tavern’s specialties.

Chapin Davis is the oldest full service financial firm in Baltimore City.  The firm provides a full complement of financial services from traditional brokerage to asset management.

Peter Winkenwerder, Chapin Sr. V.P. Elisabeth Albert Hayes, Michael Hilliard.

Trish Thibeault and Stephanie Elliott

Chapin’s Investment VP Thomas Thibeault, Sr. V.P- Kevin Jedlicka, V.P. Investments-Mark Swenson, CCO-COO- Stephanie Elliott and President/CEO Bruce Alderman.

Party room shot with so many happy clients. Cheers!

Bruce Alderman and D.J. Alderman

Chapin’s Chairman of The Board Talbot Jones Albert IV, President/CEO Bruce Alderman.

Chapin’s Chairman of the Board Talbot Jones Albert IV, Wendy Chapin Albert, Katherine Hope and Chapin’s President/CEO Bruce Alderman.

About the author

Anne Boone-Simanski

Another Charm City homegrown gal who covers all things fun. Following in her footsteps of her mom, the original "Liz Smith" of Baltimore, Sylvia Badger. Anne has been the social columnist for The Valley Times Magazine, The Baltimore Examiner, Style Magazine (Socially Speaking) & on air talent for Fox Sports radio. She spends a lot of time watching sports, but adores being the momma of three: Catie-- a newly sworn in attorney, Laura--recent college grad who is attending nursing school at Towson and Johnny, a junior lacrosse player at Saint Joseph University in Philadelphia. She hates the term "Sports Chick" but prefers "Sports Chic" on covering all things in her town of Bawlmer. Contact the author.

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