Linda joined the firm in May of 1996 and after 22 years she has retired. We thank her for her dedication and service to our team. Happy retirement Linda!
Debbie is the newest member of our team. Debbie has over 20 years' experience in the securites brokerage industry. She is responsible for trading and client support functions as well as a Schwab Liaison to our clients.
Debbie joined the firm in June of 1997. She is responsible for the firm's operational, trading and client support functions. As the Schwab liaison she handles client account information, transfers and transactions.
Tom has been President of McIntyre, Freedman & Flynn since 1992 and Chief Portfolio Manager since 1991 and serves as the firm's Chief Compliance Officer. Tom leads the effort in digging out attractive companies for our portfolios, following them in detail and determining the right time to add the stocks to investors' accounts. When it comes time to eliminate a company from from our list, Tom assumes final responsibility for that decision.
Originally from Lenox, Massachusetts, in the heart of the Berkshires, Tom graduated with high honors from Notre Dame in 1977, with a degree in Economics. He earned his MBA from Notre Dame in 1979. Tom is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) with over twenty-five years experience in financial analysis and portfolio management.
Doug Sivco joined the firm in 2002. As Director of Client Relations, and a FINRA Registered Investment Adviser Representative in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Doug puts his extensive financial background to work assisting clients of McIntyre, Freedman & Flynn with questions about their portfolios and explaining our services to prospective clients.
A 1980 graduate of Rutgers University, Doug worked as a TV anchor for NBC in the North Carolina and Pennsylvania markets during the 1980's. He hosted the nightly business report and covered important business and stock market events for the stations. Doug changed careers in the 1990's to be more directly involved in Wall Street. He became a financial consultant for Dean Witter, Morgan Stanley, and then for Bank Boston when he relocated to New England.