Home' Island Sun : ISN 091115 Contents Local Attorneys Hersch, Hill
Named To Super Lawyers List
Sheppard, Brett, Stewart, Hersch, Kinsey
& Hill, P.A . partners Craig R. Hersch and
Michael B. Hill have been named to the
Florida Super Lawyers list of top attorneys in
Florida for 2015. No more than five percent of the
attorneys in Florida are selected to the list.
Hersch is a Florida Bar Board Certified Wills,
Trusts and Estates attorney and CPA. He is the
creator of The Family Estate and Legacy Program,
a unique process designed to transform his clients’
legal, tax and financial concerns into a coordi-
nated and understandable estate plan. Hersch has
authored several articles appearing in a variety
of professional journals and pens a weekly estate
planning column for the Island Sun.
Hill concentrates his practice in estate and
wealth preservation and business succession plan-
ning. He has extensive tax, legal and technology
skills, enabling him to create unique plans to meet
his clients’ individual and family needs.
The selections for Super Lawyers are made by the research team at Super
Lawyers, Thomson Reuters’ rating service of lawyers from more than 70 prac-
tice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional
achievement. The rigorous selection process is multi-phased and includes indepen-
dent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
For more information, visit ww w.sbshlaw.com or call 334-1141.
Craig R. Hersch
ISLAND SUN - SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
Trust Company Recognizes Lane
The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company announced
last week that Kristi Lane, assistant vice presi-
dent – client services, successfully completed
the Florida Bankers Association Graduate Trust &
Wealth Management School. The two-year curricu-
lum covers the administration of trusts and estates,
including specialized topics affecting the trust and
wealth management industry.
Lane currently provides client service and relation-
ship management to private wealth clients as part
of the operations team at The Sanibel Captiva Trust
Company. She graduated cum laude from Hodges
University with a B.S. degree in interdisciplinary stud-
ies and has over 15 years of professional administra-
For more information, visit www.sancaptrustco.
St. Sauveur Joins Bank Staff
Robbie Roepstorff, president of Bank of the
Islands, announced that Natacha St. Sauveur
has joined the bank’s staff as a teller.
“Natacha is a wonderful addition to our team and
we are excited to have her with us. Her three years
of banking and customer service experience are
great background for serving our customers,” said
Bank of the Islands Sanibel-Captiva office manager
Willy Ocasio. “It’s been a pleasant surprise that, as a
Sanibel resident, Natacha already knows many of our
St. Sauveur has been a Florida resident for 28
years. Her interests include kayaking, snorkeling and
volunteering with the Calusa Nature Center.
Natacha St. Sauveur
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room come alive with pop and pizzazz.
Frankly, a home without accessories is
like food without seasonings!
Enjoy boating? Then why not add a
few nautical accents to your room’s over-
all design plan. Are antiques your thing?
Then a few well placed vintage accent
pieces might just do the trick. Are you in
love with the great outdoors? How about
adding a few rustic accents to show off
Acquiring accessories is truly a never-
ending delight. Here are a few ideas that
might help you incorporate your precious
treasures into a creative accessory plan
for your home:
• Small artistic objects – like framed
photos – are most effective when ar-
ranged in odd numbered groups.
• Blocks of wood or old books can be
used to achieve varying degrees of height
to may your accessory display even more
• Mix things up. It’s not necessary for
groupings to consist of similar elements.
In fact, the more you vary you accessory
accents, the more interesting your group-
Above all, let your accessory imagina-
Jeanie Tinch is an interior designer
on Sanibel/Captiva Islands. She can be
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