Service club ‘disappointed’ over Levitt’s arrest

| 08/04/2013

PC100346.JPG(CNS): Clearly embarrassed by the arrest and charge of its former president, Michael Levitt, who is accused of stealing half a million dollars from his employer, the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise said Monday that it was disappointed by the turn of events. According to the current president, Levitt resigned from the service club on 18 March, more than two weeks after his arrest on 1 March in relation to the alleged fraud and theft from local financial firm Solomon Harris, which discovered the financial irregularities during its annual audit.

The club said in a statement that the club holds itself and its members to the “highest of standards”, as it pointed to the Rotary’s Four-Way Test: “Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good will and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?”

See full statement below.

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