Crowley wins Edward Jones Spirit of Partnership Award

Tracy Crowley of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Redmond recently won the firm's exclusive Spirit of Partnership Award for outstanding performance during 2015.

Tracy Crowley of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Redmond recently won the firm’s exclusive Spirit of Partnership Award for outstanding performance during 2015.

Jim Weddle, the firm’s managing partner, calls Crowley a leader in the firm and an example of what a dedicated Edward Jones financial adviser can achieve.

“Tracy has demonstrated unyielding dedication and enthusiasm for her business of serving individual investors,” Weddle said. “Tracy has reached a benchmark in her career that deserves recognition, and the Spirit of Partnership Award provides that recognition. I am proud to call her an Edward Jones financial adviser.”

Crowley said she is honored to receive the award.

“Edward Jones is a partnership. That structure is not just financial, it’s a philosophy,” Crowley said. “We work together, help each other and all share in the rewards of working with long-term individual investors. That brings out the best in everyone.”

Crowley was one of only 1,108 financial advisers out of the firm’s more than 14,000 to receive the award.


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