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2021 Trusted Advisers

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Editor’s note: Trusted Advisers have never been more critical to our business community.

Consider the events of the last 18 months. From the local banker who secured millions of federal relief aid and the wealth manager who calmed a client’s fears about the market to the insurance agent who secured coverage amid volatility and the attorney who ensured business interests were protected — these are the people you want in your corner when times are tough.

Congratulations to the 2021 class for this distinction, which is a reflection of your work professionally and for the community.

Special thanks to the judges for giving of their time to select the honorees. We hope you enjoy reading this awards publication.

—Christine Temple, Executive Editor


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