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Thomas Gletner Jr Private Financial Advisor

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1445 New York Avenue, NW,

Washington, DC 20005

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Tom Gletner, Jr. is a Private Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President with SunTrust Private Wealth Management. He offers clients more than 20 years of comprehensive wealth management experience, with a team approach that brings together specialists in investments, financial planning, credit and estate strategies. He is a native of Hyattsville, Maryland and is a graduate of Georgetown University. Tom serves on the board of San Miguel School in Washington, DC and is very active in the Georgetown University Scholarship Program. Both organizations strive to provide a quality education for students from families with very limited resources. Tom and his wife Karen live in Chevy Chase, Maryland with their four children.

Tom holds himself and his team accountable to recommend strategies with your needs and goals in mind. These strategies are supported not only by deep expertise from a team of specialists, but also highly attentive service and coordination of resources. Tom and the Gletner Group take the time to talk to you, get to know you, and gain an understanding of the critical aspects of your financial life so that they can assess the interaction of multiple objectives and the far reaching implication they can have on each other.

SunTrust Private Wealth Management is part of SunTrust Bank, with a proud 120 - year heritage of commitment to helping our clients manage their wealth and achieve their goals. We are committed to meeting the needs of our clients - by building and continually strengthening long-term relationships and by offering you comprehensive wealth management capabilities to meet your sophisticated and often complex needs. As your needs evolve, your team of experts and solutions will too, in order to address new challenges and opportunities.

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