Greylock Investment Group Hires New Adviser

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Investment Group, a division of Greylock Federal Credit Union, has announced the hiring of Michael B. Du Pont as an LPL financial adviser.

"We are pleased to bring someone with Michael's business and educational background to the Greylock Investment Group," said Michael A. Fazio, senior vice president of Greylock Investment Group. "We look forward to adding an even higher level of service to our clients with this expansion of our team."

Prior to joining the Greylock Investment Group, Du Pont was at Andiamo Partners in New York City, where he worked with senior software and infrastructure technologists within the financial industry.

Du Pont is a graduate of Columbia University, where he earned his bachelor's degree in political science, with a primary focus in international affairs. He is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society.

Du Pont also worked with Kevin Bartini, professional comedian and Berkshire native, to rename 121st Street and Amsterdam Avenue in New York City to George Carlin Way. He volunteered doing community outreach for families affected by Super Storm Sandy in New York and New Jersey, and also worked with the ASPCA in Berkshire County and New York City.

DuPont returned to the Berkshires in 2015 and resides in Lenox, Mass., with his wife, Shawnee Tannenbaum.


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