Gary Gauthier Has Professional Experience In Many Significant Areas

Gary Gauthier from started his professional career as a teacher in Lutheran High East. After that he was appointed in Rose ville High School. Following this, he stepped into a restaurant business and along with sporting goods stores where he applied his business skills and abilities into it. He has also served  in Heilbronn, Germany as a decorated  member of disabled American vets. At present, he is a respectable member of the Vietnam land clearers association, the US army 31st Combat Engineer.

Gary Gauthier co-founded Red Cedar Advisory, LLC in 2013 with Andrew Gauthier which is a leading company in Michigan that provides the top notch financial services and life insurance to the clients from every walks of life. Their main focus is to craft a financial plan to meet clients’ current and future needs. Their goal is to ensure the preservation and growth of client’s estate through tax and retirement planning. Gary and Andrew Gauthier collectively have over 37 years of experience in the financial services industry.

Gary Gauthier completed his studies from Utica High School in 1967,and after that he pursued his higher studies from Michigan State University. He has been a passionate soccer player since his high school days and with that  he polished his skills. As a result, he was an assistant soccer coach at Michigan State University in 1997. As an evident love for soccer, he supports MSU Soccer and MSU Football Program.

When Gary Gauthier want to make the most of his leisure time, he likes to go for hunting, and prefers to play golf and bowl game.  In his free time, he also does mentoring returning veterans from Afghanistan and Iraq. In fact, he is a proud member of the DAV (Disabled American Veterans)He is also running his own organizations named as 501c, food for vets and feels immensely rewarding to help veterans.

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