WSFS president & CEO elected chairman of Delaware Business Roundtable

November 12, 2013

WSFS Financial Corporation, the parent company of WSFS Bank, announced Nov. 5 that Mark A. Turner, WSFS president and chief executive officer, was elected chairman of the Delaware Business Roundtable.

Turner succeeds William H. “Bill” Willis Jr., president of Willis Automotive Group, who served from 2011 to 2013, and his predecessor, Ernest J. “Ernie” Dianastasis, managing director of Computer Aid Inc., who served from 2005 to 2011. Turner was elected during the DBRT Annual Meeting Oct. 28 and will serve a two-year term.

The Delaware Business Roundtable is a volunteer consortium of CEOs and executives from leading Delaware companies who represent tens of thousands of workers employed in Delaware. The DBRT has been in existence since 1981, and its broad mission is to enhance the quality of life in Delaware by promoting commerce, job creation and select public policy issues which are directed at the same broad mission.

In recent years, the DBRT has been a leading supporter of both Delaware public education transformation and developing an entrepreneurial economy in Delaware. The DBRT and its members advance their mission through public advocacy and by contributing executive time, thought leadership, and funds to these efforts.

Turner said, “I am honored to be selected by my peers to help advance the beneficial interest of business in Delaware and the quality of life for all we serve. I thank the DBRT membership for its support of our worthy causes, and I especially appreciate the strong leadership of all my predecessors at the DBRT.”

WSFS Financial Corporation is a multibillion-dollar financial services company. Its primary subsidiary, WSFS Bank, is the oldest locally managed bank and trust company headquartered in Delaware with $4.4 billion in assets on its balance sheet and $8.7 billion in fiduciary assets, including approximately $1.1 billion in assets under management.  For more information, go to

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