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Rocco Suspenzi

Chairman

Parkway Bank & Trust Co.

HQ Phone:  (708) 867-6600

Direct Phone: (602) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.com

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Parkway Bank & Trust Co.

4800 North Harlem Avenue

Harwood Heights, Illinois,60706

United States

Company Description

The Parkway Bank & Trust Co. Web site, featuring convenient banking products and financial services for the Chicagoland area. ... more

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Employment History

President

Emerald


Web References(11 Total References)


Banker Suspenzi mute at Emerald casino hearings

www.ipsn.org [cached]

For nearly 90 minutes, Rocco Suspenzi, chairman of Parkway Bank and Trust, exercised his 5th Amendment right during Illinois Gaming Board hearings at which gambling regulators are trying to strip the riverboat license from the bankrupt casino firm.
Gaming Board attorneys asked Suspenzi scores of questions about the agreement to divide up an investment in Emerald, all of which he declined to answer. At one point, he even would not say where he lived or confirm his job as head of Parkway Bank, based in Harwood Heights. Paul Gaynor presented the secret contract, signed in September 1999, in which named Emerald investor Joseph Salamone agreed to divide his $375,000 share in the casino with his brother Vito Salamone; Suspenzi; Suspenzi's son, Jeffrey; and Suspenzi Family Corp. Gaming Board officials were unaware of the deal in 1999, and Gaynor at one point asked Rocco Suspenzi if Joseph Salamone was a "front" for the investment group. Suspenzi declined to answer. Copies of checks submitted into evidence showed three checks totaling $125,000 were written from accounts held by Rocco and Jeffrey Suspenzi, as well as the family corporation, to Vito Salamone, even though Joseph Salamone was the investor of record. In trying to tie Parkway Bank to Rosemont and Stephens, Gaynor also asked Rocco Suspenzi about tens of thousands of dollars in contributions and loans made from the bank to several political funds controlled by Stephens and his relatives. Afterwards, Abner Mikva, the former U.S. Court of Appeals chief judge and congressman overseeing the hearing, described the "non-testimony" of Rocco Suspenzi as "seriously damaging."


Investors File Lawsuit In Failed Casino Bid

www.casinomagazine.com [cached]

Another investor named in the lawsuit is Rocco Suspenzi, chairman of Parkway Bank & Trust, who during the hearing declined to testify on his role in secretly splitting an investment in the casino with Boscarino.


FOX Chicago | News | Lawyers Outline Casino Deal

www.foxchicago.com [cached]

Attorneys for the Illinois Gaming Board asked Parkway Bank chairman Rocco Suspenzi about a signed contract in which Emerald investor Joseph Salamone agreed to divide his $375,000 share. Suspenzi refused to answer questions by invoking the fifth amendment of the U.S. Constitution.


Madigan alleges casino mob ties

www.ilcampaign.org [cached]

others including Rocco Suspenzi, the vice chairman of Parkway Bank & TrustCo. Rosemont funds are deposited in Parkway Bank and the bank loaned


Madigan Vs. Rosemont: Who's Saying What

www.journal-topics.com [cached]

* Madigan: Salamone had a secret deal to share Emerald shares with Rocco Suspenzi, vice chairman of Parkway Bank & Trust Co., where Rosemont's funds are heavily invested.


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