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Thank you, Thomas!

I want to take a moment to acknowledge Thomas Kone as a valued colleague as he begins the next chapter of his journey. Since joining us a little over a year ago, Thomas has been instrumental in driving many of the recent technology initiatives at One Wealth Advisors. His dedication, expertise, and fresh perspective have greatly enriched our team.

Thomas’ growth during his time here has been truly impressive. Starting from following instructions to now spearheading various projects, he most recently stepped into somewhat of a teaching role, generously sharing his knowledge of one of our technology platforms to a few team members as part of his hand off duties.

Personally, I’ve learned a great deal from his journey and I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked alongside him. As we say goodbye for now to Thomas, we reflect on the impact he has had on our team and extend our gratitude for his contributions. We wish him the best in his future endeavors as he completes his bachelor’s in computer science at Sacramento State, knowing he will thrive wherever his path takes him.

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