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Caroline DiBella began working in the financial services industry in 2000 as an Assistant to a Financial Advisor in Glens Falls. In 2005, Caroline joined forces with Conor Boyd and has supported him throughout the past 18+ years! Caroline is Thoroughbred Advisor’s go-to person for anything and everything client process related. She plays an important role in keeping all of the behind the scenes mechanisms running seamlessly.
Caroline is one of the main points of contact for Thoroughbred Advisors’ clients. She facilitates the scheduling of meetings with Conor and helps to keep the processes and paperwork moving. For our Financial Representatives, and Advisors, Caroline plays a large role in welcoming them to the team, and it many cases, into the industry. She trains them on the correct way to process client paperwork and maintain accurate client files. Caroline has an amazing amount of in-depth knowledge on the inner workings of our industry and is our trusted and celebrated resource.
In addition to her career with Thoroughbred Advisors, Caroline is a life-long native to the Glens Falls / Lake George area. She has been blessed with an amazing 38+ year marriage to her high school sweetheart, they have been together for over 40 years! Together they have raised two amazing children, a daughter and a son. In 2017, their family grew to include an awesome son-in-law who fits right in. In August 2019, Caroline received the most prestigious promotion from Mom to Gramma, by the addition of her most precious grandson and in 2020 was blessed by the arrival of her vivacious granddaughter. In 2022, the family grew again with the addition of a lovely daughter-in-law, who also fits right in!
As a family, the DiBella's love life on Lake George and are blessed to call it home. Growing up, the DiBella children were heavily involved in activities on the lake, including water skiing, wakeboarding, boating, and snowmobiling. Together with her husband, and their two Labradors, Caroline enjoys nightly boat rides in their 1964 wooden boat, that they spent the past few years fully restoring.