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Former executive wants two Palm Beach County properties foreclosed

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Thomas B. D’Agostino Sr., the former chairman of Palm Beach-based Workflow Management, filed separate foreclosure lawsuits against Florida Capital Management, WMK Properties and Keitel over a combined $2.75 million in mortgages. This is the latest blow in a business relationship with D’Agostino that has gone sour, according to South Florida Business Journal.

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