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Darlene York Medford
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Darlene York Wealth Advisor, Fiduciary Specialist

Darlene York is a Vice President and Trust Officer of Nicolet Wealth Management. Darlene’s financial career spans 40 years, and encompasses a wide variety of banking experience. Darlene began in financial services in a small, local bank. She is in our North Central region, and works out of the Medford office. She is gratified when clients put plans in place and their families benefit from their joint efforts.

Darlene lives in the country, outside the Abbotsford area.  She enjoys participating in community events in the Abbotsford, Colby and Medford areas. Her spare time is spent with family, in her garden and enjoying a good book.

Darlene has worked to develop relationships with attorneys and accountants in the North Central region to establish and deliver a team approach for her clients. She is a Certified Trust & Financial Advisor (CFTA) and obtained that certification through the Institute of Certified Bankers, and continuing education. Her focus is on her client’s present and future plans; for them, and for their families.

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Nicolet Advisory Services, LLC, is an investment adviser, registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and an affiliate of Nicolet National Bank. Nicolet Advisory Services, LLC recommends the brokerage and custodial services of TD Ameritrade, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC. TD Ameritrade is not affiliated in any way with Nicolet National Bank or its affiliated companies.

Trust services are offered through Nicolet National Bank, a national bank with trust powers. Trust services utilizes SEI Private Trust Company ("SPTC") as its custody provider. SPTC is not affiliated in any way with Nicolet National Bank or its affiliated companies.

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