NEW OFFICE, OLD FRIENDS


NEW OFFICE, OLD FRIENDS Paul Dixon (left photo, center) cut the ribbon for his new Edward Jones Investment office at 1209 W. Cameron Ave. Dixon was joined by (from left) Greg Browning, Bill Hall, Terry Browning (fellow local Edward Jones rep), Julia Cardona, Genie Newton, Jeannette Patschke, office administrator Debby Rolan, Pat Watson, Cindy Jerman, Denice Doss and Charlie Watson. Before training to do investments, Dixon worked as a teacher coach and “trained” these young men when they were at Rockdale Junior High. They all now run their own Edward Jones offices. From left are Melvin Gardener of San Antonio, Dixon, Dustin Zanders of Belton and Greg Browning of Caldwell. Other former Rockdalians with the firm include Tracy Coker of Overland Park, Kansas and Rob McGhehey of Pegosa Springs, Colorado. NEW OFFICE, OLD FRIENDS Paul Dixon (left photo, center) cut the ribbon for his new Edward Jones Investment office at 1209 W. Cameron Ave. Dixon was joined by (from left) Greg Browning, Bill Hall, Terry Browning (fellow local Edward Jones rep), Julia Cardona, Genie Newton, Jeannette Patschke, office administrator Debby Rolan, Pat Watson, Cindy Jerman, Denice Doss and Charlie Watson. Before training to do investments, Dixon worked as a teacher coach and “trained” these young men when they were at Rockdale Junior High. They all now run their own Edward Jones offices. From left are Melvin Gardener of San Antonio, Dixon, Dustin Zanders of Belton and Greg Browning of Caldwell. Other former Rockdalians with the firm include Tracy Coker of Overland Park, Kansas and Rob McGhehey of Pegosa Springs, Colorado.
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