PA Treasurer Rob McCord: Santa and Rudolph Have Unclaimed Property This Holiday – 1 in 10 Chance Pennsylvanians Might, Too!
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PA Treasurer Rob McCord: Santa and Rudolph Have Unclaimed Property This Holiday – 1 in 10 Chance Pennsylvanians Might, Too!

Treasury currently seeking the owners of $2.2 billion; search today at patreasury.gov

Harrisburg – December 20, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — ‘Tis the season to be jolly, but for Jack Frost of Reading and Mary Jane Santa of Allentown, it could also be the season to put their money back in their wallets, State Treasurer Rob McCord announced today as he showcased a list of seasonal and holiday-themed names from Treasury’s unclaimed property database.

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“Our unclaimed property database is especially festive – filled with ‘Bells,’ ‘Carols,’ ‘Gifts,’ and ‘Stockings’ – all part of the $2.2 billion we are working to return,” Treasurer McCord said. “So when you are making your list and checking it twice, don’t forget to search www.patreasury.gov to find out if you are one of the one in 10 Pennsylvanians who has unclaimed property waiting for them.”

Treasurer McCord encouraged Pennsylvanians who recognize a name on this list to call Treasury’s Return Team at 1-800-222-2046. Anyone can search for unclaimed property and initiate a claim online via Treasury’s database at www.patreasury.gov.

Adam Bell, North Huntingdon
Jean Carol, Forty Fort
Carmelita Chestnut, Stroudsburg
Merriweather Christmas, Philadelphia
Bethany Claus, Elizabeth
Denise Cookie, Williamsport
George Elf, Hawley
Jack Frost, Reading
Kimberly Garland, Sewickley
Glenn Gift, Fort Loudon
Cory Holiday, Port Carbon
Brinton Holly, Norristown
Jacqueline Jolly, Audubon
Robert Kringle, Birdsboro
Lily Rudolph, Carmichaels
Mary Jane Santa, Allentown
Shirley Sleigh, Oil City
Charles Snow, Lititz
Thomas Snowman, Bellefonte
Don Star, York
Lester Stocking, Lebanon
David Tannenbaum, Brookhaven
April Noel, Duncansville
Patrick Yule, Jenkintown

“It’s not just individuals that can have unclaimed property,” Treasurer McCord said. “We are also holding unclaimed property for many organizations and businesses, like E.L.F. Entertainment in Gibsonia and Star 92.1 FM radio station in Greencastle.”

Each year, Treasury receives millions of dollars in unclaimed property – money from items such as abandoned bank accounts, forgotten stocks, uncashed checks, and contents of safe deposit boxes. Treasury is currently seeking the owners of $2.2 billion in unclaimed property, all of which is searchable via www.patreasury.gov.

Since January 2009, the McCord Treasury has collected more than $1.1 billion in property, returned more than $510 million to rightful owners, and generated about $615 million for the state’s General Fund through the Unclaimed Property Program.

To learn more about Pennsylvania’s Unclaimed Property Program or to search for property, visit www.patreasury.gov or call 1-800-222-2046.

Media contact: Elizabeth Foose, 717-787-2991 or

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