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Freeman joins Wells Fargo Advisors

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— Wells Fargo Advisors in Steamboat Springs has hired Christina Freeman as a client service associate, according to a news release from the company.

Freeman works with financial advisors Eileen Allen, CFP, senior vice president of investments; Laura Cusenbary, assistant vice president of investments; Dan Sturges, CFP, assistant vice president of investments; and their clients in and around the Steamboat Springs community.

“Christina’s experience, along with her dedication to meeting client needs, makes her a valued asset to the Wells Fargo Advisors team,” Allen said in the release. “She will maintain our high standards for exceptional service for our clients.”



Freeman earned a bachelor’s degree in management and marketing from Saint Mary’s College in Winona, Minnesota and a master’s degree in athletic administration and facility management from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. She joined Wells Fargo Advisors from the Police Services Department with the City of Steamboat Springs, where she was the records supervisor and system application administrator for eight years.

“It is with great enthusiasm that I join the esteemed team at Wells Fargo Advisors in Steamboat,” Freeman said in the release, “I look forward to dedicating my efforts to the continued success of our clients.”

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Freeman will start Monday and be located in the downtown Steamboat Springs Wells Fargo office on Third Street and Lincoln Avenue.


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