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List of Madoff clients in Central Florida

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A court-appointed trustee handling the bankruptcy proceedings for Bernard Madoff released a list this week of 13,000 individuals, charities, investment clubs and organizations -- including more than 2,000 in Florida -- that may have lost money in Madoff's scheme. The list does not provide an accounting of all who lost money and contains the names of some who say they pulled their money out before the fraud became public.

The trustee's list included the following Central Floridians:

Asha Raghunauth and Shyam Raghunauth, Clermont.Ellis Family Partnership, Eustis.Marion Ellis, The Ellis Family Account, Eustis.Seth D. Ellis, Eustis.Diane Toby Wiseman, Leesburg.Philip Geller and Paulette Geller Trust, Maitland.For Account of Barbara Lande McHale, Melbourne.Margaret Graefe and Kenneth Underhill, Melbourne.Michael Schur, Merritt Island.Marion Ellis, Mount Dora.Barbara H. Freitag, Orlando.Barone Family Fund, Orlando.Barone Family Revocable Trust, Orlando.Louis S. Barone, Orlando.Maria Barone Orlando.Simasek and Whitley, Orlando.Vincenzo Barone, Orlando.Vincent A. Barone Partnership, Oviedo.Robert E. McGrath, Poinciana.Devin Albert Discala, Tavares.Dolores M. Schlesinger Marital Trust, Windermere.Heller Bros., Winter Garden.Heller Bros. Partnership Ltd., Winter Garden.James Heller Family LLC, Winter Garden.Harvey Heller, Winter Garden.Seymour Heller, Winter Garden.Lopez Island LLC, Winter Park.Steven P. Heller Trust, Winter Park.Rita Migdal and Harry Migdal, Winter Springs.

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