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A long time friend and professional resource to Hellam Varon, Debbie Berry joined the firm in 2012 as the Director of Sales and Marketing. Debbie’s relationship with Hellam Varon and its people spans over 20 years. “I have so much respect for the firm and the caring approach they take with their clients, their people and their community.” Debbie was introduced to the partners of Hellam Varon during her 16 years she spent as a commercial loan officer at a large national bank. “I knew they offered something different when my meetings with them focused largely on building a relationship with me as a professional. It was not all about getting business for the firm.”
Debbie stayed in touch with the firm during her 6 years as sales director for a large regional accounting firm. When she started her own practice as a business consultant and performance coach, Hellam Varon was quick to involve her in their strategic planning and to use her for management coaching. After 14 years of individual practice, Debbie agreed with Hellam Varon to form a more permanent arrangement. “I am thrilled to be working with such a great group of people!”
When Debbie takes off her professional hat, she dons a riding helmet. Besides family, which includes husband Kevin and daughter Lloyd, Debbie’s passion is horses. “My horses have taught me about myself…my strengths, my fears and in the end how to be a better human being.” She also enjoys snow skiing with family and friends, and can often be seen behind the lens of a camera!
"I have so much respect for the firm and the caring approach they take with their clients, their people and their community."