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Remembering Emily Stolp

Updated: Mar 16, 2023

Minneapolis, MN | December 21, 2022 | Blue Rose Capital Advisors, LLC

It is with great sadness that we share the news that our friend and colleague Emily Stolp has passed away. Emily was an outstanding colleague of ours for 15 years before her health conditions suddenly changed in the summer of 2021. She came to our company in 2006 after demonstrating an exceptional level of skill at another financial advisory firm, and once she joined our team she provided thoughtful guidance and expertise both internally and to our Blue Rose clients. She held many roles during her time with us, often taking on responsibilities for our clients and colleagues that no one else wanted. As examples, Emily was an editor-of-everything, from proposals to newsletters to transactional specific bond and swap documents. She was also an internal project specialist, ranging from electronic file retention to internal advisory training to CRM development. And she grew in her responsibilities at our firm to ultimately become Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, overseeing all compliance activities for us at a time when we were a newly-regulated municipal advisory firm. She was brilliant, accomplished, and has left our firm with a tremendous body of work that we and the clients we serve will benefit from for many years to come. However, Emily’s greatest legacy cannot be found in her work but rather in the family that she leaves behind, most notably her two daughters, Maia and Nina. It was evident to us from the very beginning of her working time with us that her relationship with her daughters was paramount. Her many, many lengthy commutes to work, tirelessly getting the job done right the first time, and prioritizing their needs are impressions we will not soon forget. She cared deeply for her family, and her working life was just one way in which she could provide for and love her family the way she did. We are grateful for Emily, her contributions and her smile, and we offer our deepest condolences to Maia, Nina, and the entire Stolp family.


To further share in Emily’s memory, her obituary can be found here:

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