“My dad always told me, ‘It’s not your choice, but your duty to serve the community that supports you.'”
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Service and education are the grounding ideals of Jamieson Grabenhorst, a founding partner and financial advisor at CGC. The son of a school superintendent in Eastern Oregon, Jamieson brings that dedication to his work and considers himself a custodian of his clients’ financial futures. His deep ties to the Pacific Northwest start with his upbringing in Fossil and Condon and his education at Washington State University. The legacy of that community has built him a client network that spans from Astoria to The Dalles and as far north as Seattle.
As an advisor, Jamieson spurns fads in investing in favor of tried-and-true investment strategies, focusing less on a single day in the markets and more on long-term plans to achieve his clients’ goals. Jamieson’s commitment to service has led him to a board membership with the Oregon Historical Society and a position on the advisory committee for Holy Family Catholic School, and he continues his father’s educational legacy through heavy involvement with Rosemary Anderson High School.
When out of the office, Jamieson likes to play tennis and fish with his wife, Tiffany, and son Winston. And while he loves the city life, he also enjoys frequent trips to visit clients, friends, and family in Hood River, Condon, Yakima, and other parts of the region.
BA in Finance, Washington State University
- Oregon Historical Society – board member
- Oregon College of Arts & Crafts – board member
- Holy Family Catholic School – advisory committee member
- Rosemary Anderson High School