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Renee Sopko
Wealth Advisor

Renee joined the Crux Wealth Advisors team in 2021 as a Wealth Advisor at our Buffalo, NY office. She has a critical role on our team and takes a comprehensive approach when working with her clients.

Renee’s friendly demeanor, attention to detail, and desire to see her client’s goals achieved are apparent through the commitment and dedication she has for her clients and career. She has the unique ability to take complex financial circumstances and break them into comprehendible, handcrafted investment portfolios that are well defined with clear timelines, actions, and desired outcomes. By actively engaging with her clients, she ensures that they remain on track with their goals.

It’s not by chance that Renee finds herself working in the wealth management industry. She has always been interested in investing in stocks due to their ever-evolving nature, which must be constantly evaluated. Renee also has a passion for connecting with and helping others. Her drive to provide excellent customer service combined with assessing multifaceted financial scenarios is where she thrives.

Before joining our team, Renee gained extensive experience as a Wealth Advisor and Vice President with Merrill Lynch in the Portland, OR, and Spokane, WA offices from 1997-2021. Renee graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a bachelor’s degree in Phycology and the University of Portland in Portland, OR with an MBA.

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My wife, Rachel, and I have two children, Shawn and Kate. Like many families, our kids keep us busy with their schedules, but we enjoy the constant pace mixed in with the sporadic moments of free time.

We love to travel and find new adventures – whether that is near or far from home. From exploring the beautiful surroundings around us to discovering destinations we’ve never been to, creating memories and spending time with my friends and family is my favorite and cherished way to spend time.

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