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Moving on Up
We’re often asked what separates us from other firms. Our answer is our people – we believe we have a unique group of individuals who collectively make for a fantastic team to serve our clients.
We are excited to announce that two members of our team have earned promotions:
Abby Wiss (Crimmins) – Abby has been promoted from Associate Advisor to Service Advisor. Abby has been with our firm for five years and continues to provide an especially high level of service to our clients – whether that is helping with something like money movements or thinking through more complicated scenarios like Roth conversions. For more about Abby, click here.
Matt Luzecky – We have promoted Matt from Associate to Associate Advisor. In Matt’s 3+ years with our firm, he has shown he is an integral part of the client service team… and always ready with a joke! His ability to look at client situations and internal processes differently allows us to continue improving the service level we provide to our clients. Learn more about Matt here.
Congrats to both team members on well-deserved promotions!
Join Us In Congratulating Abby!
On September 17th, 2022, our Abby Crimmins married her long-time sweetheart, Joe Wiss. The wedding was held at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, situated in the historic “Hill” neighborhood of St. Louis. The Missouri Athletic Club was the site of the lively reception. Many Hill Investment Group team members were there to cheer Abby and Joe on as they began their married lives together.
Fun fact: Both Abby and Joe are CFPs (Certified Financial Planners)
2020 was certainly a memorable year. For our holiday message, each member of our team shared their own takeaway or sentiment from this year.
An additional HIGhlight for us is that Nell Schiffer’s husband, Walter, was accepted into to the cardiology fellowship program at WashU, meaning she gets to stay in STL for at least 3-4 more years! Please join us in congratulating them both.