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Thanksgiving

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With crisp air and colors on the trees, we know another year is soon behind us. But first, we gather to celebrate, count our blessings and reflect. Thanksgiving is unlike any other holiday we celebrate. It’s a day to gather with those we love and the friends we hold dear; a day to share a meal and to share each other’s company.

Whether your Thanksgiving celebration is near or far, large or small, we at Regents Bank wish you a wonderful day, filled with cheer and the warmth of the holiday season.

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Giving Thanks

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Norman Rockwell’s iconic Thanksgiving image: “Freedom From Want.”

Thanksgiving Day offers each of us the opportunity to reflect on our lives and upon all that for which we are grateful.  It is a day unique in its simplicity of purpose and joyous spirit; no wonder it is one of our nation’s most beloved holidays.

In 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln declared the first national Thanksgiving Day, recognizing that even in the darkest times we are blessed. This Thanksgiving, it is especially appropriate to remember the words of President John F Kennedy: “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” 

From all of us at Regents Bank, thank you. We are grateful for your allowing us to be a part of your lives, and wish you, your families and friends a very happy Thanksgiving.

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Giving Thanks

Norman Rockwell’s  iconic  Thanksgiving image: “Freedom From Want.”

Norman Rockwell’s iconic Thanksgiving image: “Freedom From Want.”

Thanksgiving Day offers each of us the opportunity to reflect on our lives and upon all that for which we are grateful.  It is a day unique in its simplicity of purpose and joyous spirit; no wonder it is one of our nation’s most beloved holidays.  In 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln declared the first national Thanksgiving Day, recognizing that even in the darkest times we are blessed.

This Thanksgiving, it is especially appropriate to remember the words of President John F Kennedy: “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” 

From all of us at Regents Bank, thank you. We are grateful for your allowing us to be a part of your lives, and wish you, your families and friends a very happy Thanksgiving.

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