Thrivent Financial named 2019 Business of the Year

READY TO SERVE - Bryce Kelley, financial advisor for Thrivent Financial, sits at his desk in the company’s Colby office. Just recently, a second advisor, Kole Hartwig, was hired at the Colby location.       STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN O’BRIENHONORING THOSE  WHO SERVED - In the waiting room of Thrivent Financial’s Colby office are two service flags granted to Bryce Kelley’s father and uncle, who both served in the Vietnam War. Kelley said doing things to honor military members and veterans is a special passion for him. He has earned several commendations from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) program.

For many reasons, Bryce Kelley’s face is a familiar one for anyone living or working in the Colby-Abbotsford area.
As the local representative for
Thrivent Financial, Kelley has helped dozens of business owners and families plan their financial futures over the past six years. He’s also a committed and active volunteer, especially when it comes to causes involving military veterans.

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