We find ourselves in the middle of one of the greatest wealth transfer periods of all time. Those with wealth must decide whether they want to make transfers, and if they do, they must decide how much, to whom, when and in what structure?
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The Northern Colorado chapter of American Society of Women Accountants awarded three scholarships to accounting students in the region who have demonstrated achievement in the field at its annual student night in October. The recipients were Cassie Williams and Ellura Duplex of UNC and Erin King of Front Range Community College.
Drahota, a Fort Collins-based general contractor, announced the hiring of Brian Schlicting as a new estimator. Schlicting has more than 15 years of experience in the construction industry and was previously the project manager for numerous Colorado-based construction companies. He also held the lead estimator position on a number of competitive-bid, multimillion-dollar projects, ranging from health care and multi-family to retail developments.
Interwest Consulting Group announced the addition of Mark Morrison to its Windsor office. Interwest provides civil engineering design services to private developers, architects and municipalities on a variety of transportation and land development projects. Morrison earned a degree in civil engineering from the University of Wyoming with a co-emphasis in water resources and structural engineering.
Clayton Hartman, a financial advisor with Fort Collins-based Hartman Group, has been recognized as one of Barron’s 2012 Top 1,000 financial advisors in the country for the third year in a row. This award is given every year to acknowledge advisors who have demonstrated professionalism and performance, outstanding client service and community involvement.
Chris Morrissey, owner of Fort Collins-based print and promotional products distributor Proforma Big Dog Branding, was named a finalist for a Promotional Products Association International Pyramid Award. This award recognizes the outstanding and creative use of promotional products by a distributor in its client programs and campaigns. Morrissey’s company has won nine Pyramid Awards, and this year’s winner will be announced at the PPAI awards presentation in January.
Andrew Brown has joined A-Train Marketing Communications Inc., based in Fort Collins. Brown comes to the company with a B.F.A. in graphic design from the University of Nebraska. Prior to graduating from UNL, he studied for two years at CSU. Brown’s background includes internships at Lightsource Creative and AMG Creative, as well as a year of working at a political nonprofit.
United Way of Larimer County announced two additions to the team. Marcy Yoder has joined as the vice president of community investment. She has more than 17 years of experience as a nonprofit leader, most recently as the vice president of community building at United Way of Allen County in Fort Wayne, Ind. Scott Sprague has joined as resource development manager. Sprague will be the main face for United Way of Larimer County in the Loveland, Estes Park and Berthoud communities. Sprague has been in the Loveland community for more than 30 years, with 19 years of program management experience, and volunteers with several Larimer County nonprofit organizations.
Gage Osthoff has joined Realtec Commercial Real Estate Services as a broker in the Greeley office. Osthoff received a B.A. from CSU in finance and real estate, and a Master’s degree in real estate and construction management from the University of Denver. While a graduate student, Gage was a member of the Real Estate and Construction Management Club, inducted into the Alpha Sigma Gamma Real Estate Honor Society, and a participant in the Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge.
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