7/3/2018 Charlie Kindschi Celebration of Life on Friday, July 6th, 2018
Charlie Kindschi passed away at 10:06 am on July 2, 2018 – the day after his 63rd birthday. He was completely peaceful, and has spent the last few days being Charlie, laughing and talking, s
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4/11/2018 Lisa (Weiss) Minkove
With the heaviest of hearts, we regret to announce the passing of our mother, Lisa Minkove. She courageously looked cancer right in the eye, never once gave up hope and was a shining example
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6/17/2015 Scott Clark Phillips
June 25, 1955 - June 10, 2015
Scott Clark Phillips, a resident of Tigard, Ore, passed away on June 10, 2015, in his home, comforted by loved ones. He had been tenacious in a struggle agai
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David Hay, Chief Investment Officer, Principal Evergreen Capital Management
David Hay grew up in Bellevue, Washington, and graduated in 1977 from the University of Washington. He has been employed in the securities industry since 1979 when he joined what was then Dean Witter Reynolds (now Morgan Stanley). Hay rose to the position of Senior Vice President in 1983 and became a Certified Financial Planner in 1984. He was the youngest member of their elite Chairman’s Council in 1985.
In 1990, Hay and his team joined Smith Barney where they were instrumental in establishing the Portfolio Advisory Program. This offered select financial consultants the capability to direct client assets as portfolio managers rather than as brokers. In addition to being a Senior Vice President, Senior Portfolio Manager, and Director at Smith Barney, Hay also served on its Directors Advisory Group, which worked closely with top management on such issues as merger integration and client service enhancement.
In June of 2002 Hay left Smith Barney and acquired a majority equity interest in Evergreen Capital, where he continues to work with his long-time clients as their investment manager. Evergreen was founded in 1983 to manage assets for both institutional and high net worth investors. Hay brings to Evergreen his long-standing commitment to client advocacy, especially in the area of driving down investment expenses.
Hay gives back to the community as an active member of First Presbyterian Church, and volunteering with at-risk youth. In his free time, Hay enjoys skiing, golf and tennis with his wife and two sons.
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