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Steve Rose named to Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Nevada board



Steve Rose, partner and lead financial advisor at Abowd & Rose Financial Group, was recently name to the Board of Trustees for the Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) Northern Nevada. A graduate of the University of Nevada Reno, Rose will serve on the RMHC Scholarship Committee and the Finance Committee.

“I am honored to be a part of the rich 25 year history of the Reno Ronald McDonald House,” said Rose. “The RMHC® U.S. Scholarship Program is the second largest scholarship program of its kind in Northern Nevada next to the Millennium Scholarship. Our network of donors, along with RMHC Global, offers scholarships to students in financial need who have demonstrated academic achievement, leadership, and community involvement.” Funding for the scholarship program is raised by the local Scholarship Committee and is matched by RMHC Global at up to $18,500, for a total of $37,000 each year. “I value education and want to help Northern Nevada teens make their college dreams come true.”

“We’re thrilled to have someone with Steve’s financial experience on the board,” said Marty Ozer, Executive Director. “His energy and commitment to family and children make him a perfect fit for our organization.”

About Abowd & Rose Financial Group

Abowd & Rose Financial Group is a partnership lead by Eric Abowd and Steve Rose, who are registered representatives of and offer securities products and investment advisory services through  MML Investors Services, LLC.  The Abowd & Rose investment philosophy is based upon the belief that feeling good about your finances helps you feel good about life. Abowd & Rose serves working professionals and people nearing or in retirement that need a consistent life planning strategy based on a diversified approach that allows for consistent returns as they build their wealth. Unlike the industry standard that focuses on ineffective and outdated product-focused strategies based on the 80’s and 90’s, the Abowd & Rose planning model employs a refreshing but conservative strategy that focuses on their clients’ ability to enjoy their money – and feel good about life – under all market conditions. Established in 2005 in Carson City, they have recently opened an office in Reno. For more information contact Steve Rose at (775) 885-8300 or visit www.abowdandrose.com .

About the Reno Ronald McDonald House

The Reno Ronald McDonald House is home-away-from-home for up to 12 families at a time. The children we serve suffer from many different medical conditions ranging from premature babies in need of extended hospital stays, to children suffering from injuries caused by accidents and more serious ailments such as cancer, diabetes and pneumonia. The House is just one of the programs and services provided by Ronald McDonald House Charities® Northern Nevada (RMHC), including the Ronald McDonald Family Room® at Renown Children’s Hospital, the Travel for Treatment Program, The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®, and the RMHC® U.S. Scholarship Program, which in northern Nevada is second only to the Millennium Scholarship in number of scholarships awarded per year. In 2012, the Reno Ronald McDonald House will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Please help us celebrate today and build for tomorrow by donating online at www.rmhc-reno.org or by sponsoring The Red Shoe Gala, a fundraiser benefitting RMHC on July 19 at the Atlantis Hotel Casino. No matter the size, the cumulative impact of the gifts you give is profound. For more information, please call Marty Ozer at (775) 322-4663 or visit www.rmhc-reno.org.

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