Edward Jones advisor becomes chamber member

THE DICKINSON AREA Chamber of Commerce recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for new member Ann Schroeder, financial advisor with Edward Jones. From left are chamber ambassadors Teresa Schettler, Matt Lutz, Cole Grenier and Toni Hudson; Debbie Dapoz and Ann Schroeder of Edward Jones; ambassadors Debbie Crandall, Ray King, Lori Staedt, Kristine Schroeder, Mindy Meyers, Betty Gunville and Tyler Swanson; and Suzanne Larson, chamber executive director. (Terri Castelaz/Daily News photo)

NORWAY — Ann Schroeder, financial advisor with Edward Jones, has joined the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, which recently had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new member.

Located at 729 Main St. in Norway, Schroeder’s stated purpose is “to help others, both clients and colleagues, to see that we can give financial help with honesty, integrity and a commitment to clients achieving their goals, collaborating to help solve their financial puzzles, giving peace of mind for their financial future.”

Schroeder is the women’s inclusion leader in her region, seeking to add more women in the financial services industry.

She has been with Edward Jones for 20 years, having practiced in Ohio for the first 18 years. The past several have been traveling back and forth from Ohio to Dickinson County.

Schroeder built a home with her husband, Henry, in Felch Township a few years ago. She spent summers as a child and teen with her aunt, uncle and cousins in Lac du Flambeau, Wis. She always knew she would eventually have a place in the north.

Schroeder recently relocated her business from Ohio to Norway because she has always liked the area and wanted to fill an unmet need in the community.

Schroeder’s husband is very involved as a volunteer with the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain. Together, they enjoy fishing, hiking and relaxing in their cabin on the lake.

Schroeder hired Debbie Dapoz as her branch office administrator and together they run the office in downtown Norway.

She can be reached at her office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at 906-563-1243.


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