We’re Welcoming a New Member to the Resolute Team!

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Please Join Us as We Welcome Brayden Thomas

We are pleased to announce the addition of Brayden Thomas to the Resolute Wealth Advisor team.

Brayden joins us to assist in the back office on a part-time basis. As a Junior at Miami University, he is working toward a bachelor’s degree in Finance. Brayden plans to earn his CFP® designation after his expected graduation in May 2023 and he is excited to enhance his community involvement in Northwest Ohio while also contributing to the high level of service Resolute provides to clients.

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