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Edward Jones employees accept limited partnerships

Hollis E. Kelley Jr. and Tami Stroud of Edward Jones in Glenwood Springs have accepted invitations to increase their limited partnership in The Jones Financial Cos., the holding company for the St. Louis-based financial services firm.

“I am honored to be invited to increase my ownership in the firm,” said Kelley. “I enjoy working for Edward Jones, and I am very proud of the way we do business and the way we treat our clients.”

“I, too, am very honored to receive this invitation,” said Stroud, wife of Post Independent reporter John Stroud. “I’ve always enjoyed my job – it’s both challenging and rewarding – but being invited to increase my limited partner holdings in the firm is really exciting.”



James D. Weddle, the firm’s managing partner, said, “Edward Jones is employee-owned. We believe one of the best ways to reward outstanding associates is to offer them an opportunity to share in the ownership of the firm they help build. I’m pleased to say that these associates certainly deserve the limited partnership offering.”

Edward Jones currently employs more than 40,000 associates in all 50 states and through its affiliate in Canada. Under the current partnership offering, 16,000 associates received initial limited partnership offerings or were invited to increase their existing ownership in the firm.


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