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Hollahan joins Thrivent Financial

WORTHINGTON -- Genell Hollahan of Fulda has joined Thrivent Financial as a financial associate with the organization's Two Rivers Regional Financial Office. Hollahan offers comprehensive financial strategies, personal customer service and a wide ...

WORTHINGTON - Genell Hollahan of Fulda has joined Thrivent Financial as a financial associate with the organization’s Two Rivers Regional Financial Office.
Hollahan offers comprehensive financial strategies, personal customer service and a wide range of financial products. Her office is located at 419 Ninth St., Worthington.
Before joining Thrivent Financial, Hollahan worked at Wells Fargo Wealth Brokerage Services in Bloomington. Hollahan graduated from University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, receiving a bachelor’s degree in finance. During her career, she earned the certified financial planner certification from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. Hollahan attends St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church in Fulda.
“We see Genell as a valuable addition to our office’s field staff,” said Managing Partner Tim Schmidt of the Two Rivers Regional Financial Office in Rochester. “We look forward to the energy and dedication Genell will bring to the team. She will play a key role in serving our members’ financial needs.”
Thrivent Financial is a financial services organization that helps Christians be wise with money and live generously. As a membership organization, it offers its nearly 2.4 million member-owners a broad range of products, services and guidance from financial representatives nationwide.
For more information, visit Thrivent.com/why. It can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

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