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Forgotten 'memories' come back to Hobart woman

7:20 AM, May 14, 2013
Lisa Saari-Rotell receives a hug from Office of State Treasurer Director of Communications Cynthia Kaump, after being reunited, Monday, May 13, 2013, with the contents from a safe deposit box that she abandoned at Associated Bank several years ago.
Lisa Saari-Rotell receives a hug from Office of State Treasurer Director of Communications Cynthia Kaump, after being reunited, Monday, May 13, 2013, with the contents from a safe deposit box that she abandoned at Associated Bank several years ago.
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Unclaimed assets do not always stay unclaimed.

Take the safe deposit box that Lisa Saari-Rotell purchased at Associated Bank many years ago - and then forget about.

State treasury officials on Monday delivered the safe deposit box contents to Saari-Rotell during a ceremony to highlight the successes of Wisconsin's unclaimed assets program. ...

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