Payson Man Honored By Wachovia Securities

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File photo Kevin Dick was recently recognized for his production and professional services by Wachovia Securities.

Wachovia Securities Financial Network has designated Kevin Dick of Payson as a member of the firm’s “Premier Advisors” Program, a distinction that reflects his achievement of professional success through a consistent commitment to client service.

“Kevin’s consistent inclusion in this program is a testament to his ability to understand his clients’ aspirations and to develop investment plans and strategies designed to achieve those goals,” said John Peluso, president of Wachovia Securities Financial Network.

“More importantly, it reflects Kevin’s ongoing commitment to his clients demonstrated by offering sound, objective professional advice and high quality service,” he said. “We are proud that a financial adviser of Kevin’s high caliber is associated with our firm.”

Dick started his investment career in 1997 with Edward Jones.

He served as an investment adviser and also served as mentor trainer, new investment representative support specialist and productivity leader. He moved his financial practice to Wachovia Securities in 2005.

In addition to several securities registrations and applicable insurance licenses, Dick holds the professional designation of Accredited Asset Management Specialist through the College of Financial Planning in Denver.

Active in the community, Dick has served as vice president-elect of the Payson Rotary Club, chairman of the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce, president of the Payson Regional Economic Corporation and has also served on the board of directors for Payson Regional Medical Center.

He served on the Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business Dean’s Board of Excellence from 2002 to 2004.

To qualify for the “Premier Advisors Program” at Wachovia Securities Financial Network, financial advisers must demonstrate a high level of production and a commitment to professional service.

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