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Troy Wyman, CFP® was recognized as 2013 Secretary for Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber Executive Board in Hometown Life on January 20, 2013 in an article titled, "Chamber names new officers."
Melissa Joy, CFP® was quoted in Investment News January 13, 2013 in article titled, "Gaffney blazes her own trail" by Jason Kephart.
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