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A Wilmette man was arrested this morning by agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is facing federal wire fraud charges for allegedly defrauding his clients of at least $1 million of investment funds.
Alan Gold, 60, of the 100 block of Lockerbie Lane, was arrested at his residence and charged by a criminal complaint that was unsealed following his arrest. FBI agents also conducted a search pursuant to a search warrant of Gold’s residence this morning.
Six former priests missioned at Loyola Academy are among a list of Jesuits with established allegations of sexual abuse of minors released by Midwest Jesuits on Monday, Dec. 17.
The report, USA Midwest Province Jesuits with Established Allegation(s) of Sexual Abuse of a Minor, included 18 Chicagoland Jesuits who are or were members of the USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus, or its predecessor entities, since 1955.
Aspire, who provides services to kids and adults with developmental disabilities, their families and the Chicagoland community, proudly announced Bianca Falanga, of Wilmette, and Nathan Hartley as the recipients of the Outstanding Youth Leader of the Year award, which was presented at the 30th Annual Aspire Classic golf tournament on June 22 at Butterfield Country Club in Oak Brook.
This award honors youth leaders in the community who embody Aspire’s vision of “a community where people of all abilities live, learn and grow together.”