Retirement Announcement

After faithfully serving his friends and clients, Josef Riha has retired! Josef has been a long-term business partner to Michael Caldwell, as well as a personal friend. He is missed…...
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March 12, 2019
by CWEAadm

After faithfully serving his friends and clients, Josef Riha has retired!

Josef has been a long-term business partner to Michael Caldwell, as well as a personal friend. He is missed around the office, where he brought a sense of innocence and humour that brightened the day. He has definitely left a Josef-shaped hole in our office.

From bringing flowers and treats to the office, to decorating for holidays and an infectious laugh, Josef has been a pleasure to work with and is sorely missed.

We are in the process of reassigning his clients to a new advisor and some of you may already have heard from us. For those of you that haven’t, we thank you for your patience. If you need anything before being contacted by your new advisor, please contact our administration staff at 613-777-0794 and we will set up a time for you to meet with your advisor.

Feel free to send us your best wishes for Josef. We would love to pass them on for you!

We wish Josef the happiest of retirements!

Caldwell Advisory team with Josef

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