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About Greg Gauthier
Greg Gauthier joined Embrace Home Loans as a Branch Manager in 2016. Greg has been working in finance for many years, advising businesses on commercial investment opportunities. His extensive experience in analyzing the current market lends to his unique ability to identify appropriate financial strategies for any circumstance. Here at Embrace, Greg?s market insight is valuable not only at the branch level, but at the corporate level as well. We are confident that he will prove to be a key player in our retail expansion efforts for the New England region. Greg grew up in northern Rhode Island and now lives in Seekonk, MA with his wife, daughter, and their two dogs. He attended Assumption College, where he was awarded a BA in Business Management; he later went on to Providence College for his MBA. He is involved in his community and belongs to the Seekonk Lions Club and the Providence Chamber of Commerce. Over the years, he has served as a board member for numerous non-profits that are close to his heart, and currently is President for a 40+ year non-profit Camp Ruggles, for children and young adults with emotional or behavioral disabilities. Greg played hockey through high school and college, and he is now an avid golfer. His idea of a perfect day starts with playing twenty-seven holes of golf on a warm, sunny morning, and ends with enjoying dinner and a movie with his family.