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Robert J. Bradbury

Director and Secretary ; Executive Vice President

Chester Valley Bancorp Inc


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Chester Valley Bancorp Inc

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Employment History

Director and Secretary

First Financial Bank

Chief Executive Officer



Dolphin & Bradbury Inc

Financial Adviser


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Chester Valley Bancorp Inc: Directors and Officers

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Robert J. BradburyChairmanDolphin & Bradbury IncorporatedRobert J. BradburyDirector and Secretary


Robert J. Bradbury, Secretary Downingtown, Pennsylvania September 13, 2002 CHESTER VALLEY BANCORP INC.100 EAST LANCASTER AVENUE DOWNINGTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 19335 PROXY STATEMENT FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS TO BE HELD OCTOBER 22, 2002 This Proxy Statement is furnished to the holders of common stock of Chester Valley Bancorp Inc. (the "Company"), a holding company which owns all of the outstanding shares of stock of First Financial Bank ("First Financial" or the "Bank") and Philadelphia Corporation for Investment Services ("PCIS"), in connection with the solicitation of proxies by CHESTER VALLEY BANCORP INC's Board of Directors for use at the Annual Meeting of Shareholders to be held on October 22, 2002, at 10:00 AM Eastern Time at the Downingtown Country Club, 85 Country Club Drive in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, and at any adjournment thereof. This Proxy Statement and the enclosed form of proxy are first being mailed to shareholders on or about September 16, 2002. VOTING AND PROXY INFORMATION Only holders of record of CHESTER VALLEY BANCORP INC's common stock, par value $1.00 per share, at the close of business on August 23, 2002 (the "Record Date"), are entitled to notice of and to vote at the Annual Meeting.On the Record Date, the Company had 4,310,941 outstanding shares of common stock.Each outstanding share of CHESTER VALLEY BANCORP INC's common stock entitles the record holder thereof to one vote. * (3) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Robert J. Bradbury(3) Includes shares purchasable under stock options that are exercisable or will become exercisable within 60 days of September 1, 2002, to purchase shares of common stock as follows: Mr. Borer - 14,046 shares; Mr. Bradbury - 22,287 shares; Ms. Coughey - 59,835 shares; Mr. Cunningham - 19,515 shares; Mr. Griesser - 17,415 shares; Mr. Maropis - 24,574 shares; Mr. McErlane - 22,287 shares; Mr. Radcliff - 22,287 shares; Mr. Randa - 30,686 shares; Mr. Todd - 19,515 shares; and Mr. Wright - 22,287 shares.


Robert J. BradburyDirector and Secretary ; Executive Vice President ofDolphin & Bradbury , Philadelphia , Pennsylvania , from 1986 to 1994 ; Co-Chairman from 1995 to 1999 ; and Chairman since 2000 - --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


WASHINGTON - The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Wednesday that it has settled its civil litigation against Robert Bradbury, the former chairman and chief executive officer of the now defunct underwriting firm Dolphin & Bradbury Inc., and barred him from the securities markets.
The announcement comes just before Bradbury is to be sentenced Monday on related criminal charges tied to his selling unsuitably risky notes to four Philadelphia-area school districts without disclosing the risks. Bradbury pleaded guilty in March in a federal court in Pennsylvania to one criminal count of securities fraud related to the selling of the notes, which were issued to finance a failed golf course and caused the school districts to lose more than $10 million. The settlement with the SEC comes after the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia on Nov. 30 issued a final judgment in the SEC's case against Bradbury and his firm that requires the former underwriter and his wife Margaret to disgorge $3.41 million of ill-gotten gains plus $1.73 million of prejudgment interest. But those funds were determined to have been already paid in a settlement of charges that Bradbury and his wife reached with the four school districts - North Penn School District, Boyertown Area School District, Perkiomen Valley School District and Red Lion Area School District - to end litigation in a state court. The school districts had filed lawsuits against the former underwriter and other transaction participants that were later consolidated. The settlement of that litigation required Bradbury and his wife to pay more than $5 million to the districts. The federal court in Pennsylvania permanently enjoined Bradbury and his firm from future securities law and Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board rule violations and barred him from serving as a director in a public corporation. But the SEC Wednesday went further than the Nov. 30 order by the federal court by permanently barring Bradbury from associating with any broker, dealer or municipal securities dealer and revoking the SEC registration of Dolphin & Bradbury. Though the firm has not done business in several years, its registration has yet to be revoked, SEC officials said. From March 1999 through August 2004, Bradbury, who was financial adviser to the school districts, underwrote and sold them unrated bond anticipation notes for the Whitetail golf course, a speculative project located in Franklin County, Pa., without disclosing the risks the notes posed.


The board approved election of the following officers: Chairman Robin Bradbury, Vice Chairman Mac Holley, Secretary Kurt Mori, MD, and Treasurer Barbara G. Jaffe.

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