Senior Vice President - Investments
Frank has more than 38 years of investment experience; seven of those have been with Davenport & Company. He started his financial services career with Wheat First Securities in 1982 and later worked with Legg Mason and Smith Barney before joining Davenport in 2009.
Frank has a BA in Business Administration from Elon University. When he is not assisting clients, Frank dedicates his free time to his family and his horse farm in the Bachelors Hall community, just outside of Danville. He and his wife Paige have three grown children.
Vice President - Investments
After a very successful engineering career, Edgar joined Legg Mason Wood Walker as a Financial Advisor in 2000. In 2006, Legg Mason was acquired by Smith Barney, and in 2009 he moved his successful financial services practice to Davenport & Company. Edgar’s focus is always about serving his clients as he would want to be served.
Edgar has a BS degree from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Averett University. He and his wife Lisa live on their family farm near Danville, Virginia and have two grown children. In his spare time, he enjoys raising livestock, restoring a 44 year old car, and SCUBA diving. Edgar has always believed in giving back to his community and has served on numerous boards and commissions in the region. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Business at Averett University.
Recognized for his great customer service, Edgar has been voted “Favorite Financial Advisor” six times by readers of Showcase magazine – The Rave Awards.
Associate Vice President — Client Services
Kari joined Davenport & Company in 2015 after eight years in the banking industry. Her past employment has included working for Virginia Bank & Trust Company and URW Community Federal Credit Union. Kari graduated with a BS degree from Averett University. In 2009 she married her high school sweetheart Brandon and they, along with their two sons, live outside of Danville. When she’s not chasing her two boys around, Kari enjoys spending time in the garden and curling up with a good book.