This Memorial Day, Bancroft Capital Remembers Those We’ve Lost; Recommits to Mission of Service to Clients and Veterans

Posted: May 21, 2020

Memorial Day, originally Decoration Day, began three years after the loss of 618,222 soldiers in the American Civil War.

“I have always imagined that the horrible loss of so many brothers, sons, fathers, and husbands must have carried such a painful burden that daily groanings of the survivors coalesced into a unified voice first memorialized on May 30, 1868,” expressed Bancroft Founder and CEO, Cauldon Quinn. “With intimate reflection, Bancroft remembers those with whom we have served and lost, and those who made the ultimate sacrifice before us.”

“On this day, Bancroft reaffirms our commitment to the other 364 days of the year where we continue the work of restoration of our disabled veterans – shifting the paradigm from ‘jobs’ for veterans to ‘careers’ for veterans,” said Quinn.

Advancing our commitment of service to our clients and veterans, this week, Bancroft Capital Advisory Board Member, Mike Stefanski, Adjunct Instructor at DeSales University and former Senior Financial Leader at Verizon, hosted an exclusive staff training aimed at helping our clients position in this next business cycle.

“It is a privilege to be able to further the mission of Bancroft Capital to help serve its clients and veterans as we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day,” shared Stefanski. “Our goal is to utilize fundamental principles in developing scenarios as we help our clients reposition out of the current environment.”

Bancroft will never forget the sacrifice of life and limb lay on the battlefields by so many. We endeavor to achieve excellence in all we do, that through our success we may offer the opportunity of restoration to those service members and first responders who have sacrificed so much.

Photo taken at NVBDC National Conference 2019 by a Bancroft team member