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Happenings Around RMR for Q2 2019

| July 23, 2019
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RMR has had a busy summer so far, in and out of the office. Here are some updates around the firm from this quarter!

New Hires

We had two incredible new hires this quarter. Aiden Wright is a returning Financial Services Intern from Montclair State University. His hobbies include snowboarding and music production.

What made him come back to RMR?  “The diversified workload has really taught me so much, and continues to do so,” he said. 

Brian Lander, also a returning Financial Services Intern, is another new hire. He attended the University of Pittsburgh. Brian’s hobbies include fishing, playing cards, and sports.

He came back to RMR because “the environment and the staff are awesome to be around. Plus, RMR provides an excellent learning experience and I’ve learned a lot.”

We’re happy to have Aiden and Brian as a part of the RMR family!

Testing

RMR would like to congratulate the following team member for passing their exam -- knowledge is power!

  • Ryan Goudie – Passed SIE

We greatly admire when our team members chase further education and certification in our field, and can’t wait to see what the future holds for our incredible professionals. 

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream...

RMR recently visited St. Raymond’s for their annual Ice Cream Social. We are always too excited to go scoop ice cream for the end of the year! Who doesn’t like ice cream!? 

While we were at St. Raymond’s, we made sure to stop at Miller Lane. The flowers and greenery looked picture perfect! Miller Lane is very dear to RMR, as it was created to memorialize one of our founding partners, Stuart Miller. 

Stuart Miller Memorial Scholarship 

RMR would like to congratulate Najee Ward and Nana Adu-Bobi for receiving the Stuart Miller Memorial Scholarship.

Upcoming Events

RMR is looking forward to Volunteer Day at MEVO Farm! The MEVO Fresh Roots Farm is a two-acre community built educational farm. Through the Farm, MEVO works to create solutions for major local and global environmental issues associated with food products such as excessive water use, topsoil degradation and loss, and high herbicide, pesticide, and fertilizer application. On a global scale, Fresh Roots Farm addresses issues of environmental destruction and biodiversity loss resulting from the current industrialized monoculture system of agriculture (one crop for many acres).

We are so proud to be part of an organization that welcomes new employees, embraces our community partners, and encourages the people who make this firm feel like a family.  Thank you for supporting RMR. Until next time!

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