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Perritt Foundation grants benefit area children

QUINCY -- Five Quincy-area programs that serve children received grants totaling $37,500 Wednesday.

"Community is important to all of us," said Elise Tyrpin of Quincy, whose family manages the Richard A. Perritt Charitable Foundation. "These grants will be able to put a smile on a child's face and provide them with the ability to partake in an activity that will foster development, improve confidence and allow a child to have fun."

The Perritt Foundation is a 26-year-old not-for-profit managed by the Tyrpin family. Grants worth more than $1 million have been awarded annually to medical research hospitals in the Chicago area for cancer and eye disease research. Hospitals such as Lurie Children's Hospital and Loyola University Medical Center have been recipients of grants.

Mark Tyrpin, president and CEO of Mercantile Bank, said the foundation's secondary focus is youth development and activities.

Real estate transfers: Printed June 10, 2018

Real estate transfers recorded in the office of Adams County clerk and recorder

Quincy area

Theresa M. Bolt, property at 1619 Spruce, to Carol D. Boulware and Crystal Jenkins.

Wells Fargo Financial Illinois Inc., property at 1624 Monroe, to Dylan W. Hull.

Mercantile Bank, property at 1402 Maine, to Bruce A. Arnold.

Carolyn L. Toepke and Karl F. Toepke, property at 1142 S. 24th, to Bonita M. Doellman and Gregory J. Doellman.

Sue C. Hobbins and Sue C. McLennan, property at 2231 Hampshire, to James L. Hobbins and Sue C. Hobbins.

Adam D. Derhake and Karina M. Derhake, property at 3011 Genevieve Drive, to Rebecca B. and Timothy W. Bliefnick.

John Wright, property at 716 Ohio, to Jeffrey Delonjay.