Elledge Financial Services Merges with Viridian Investment Management

We are proud to announce the merger of Elledge Financial Services with Viridian Investment Management effective immediately.  The combined firms will retain all staff and consolidate offices in Everett and Snohomish to a new location in Everett.

“I am delighted to make this announcement today.  After years of thoughtful searching and consideration we have identified the firm we will be merging with and effectively acting as our succession partners.  The combined firms offer significant staff talent, skills, and capabilities that will benefit all of our combined clients and partners.” – Brent Elledge, President – Elledge Financial Services.

The new office and combined staff will be located at 1316 Wall Street, Suite 2D in Everett.

Elledge Financial Services was established in 1999 and has served a long list of clients over its many years in the greater Everett area.  They specialize in financial planning, investment management, and helping clients make smart decisions about their every financial need.

Viridian Investment Management is an independent firm providing comprehensive financial planning and investment management services to closely held businesses, families, and individuals.

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