We just revealed our newly designed monthly newsletter…and this is where it sent you! In 2013 our goal is to become even more connected to you by re-introducing our services and each of our Partners’ areas of expertise. With each new “introduction” you receive, there will also be more to explore on our newly redesigned website (look for the coffee cup icon above). We hope you will join us in this process of discovery and interact with us online. As always, we value your feedback and what you have to say. Happy new year!
FIRST CUP OF COFFEE: GROUP INTRODUCTIONS
THE PARTNERS: Really, we are just like you. We each have our own set of skills that we are developing and perfecting… so we can use them to your advantage. Over the next few months, you will see how each individual contributes to the firm. But first, we think you should know a little about our history. Like when when the firm’s only piece of technology was an orange and white copier.
Saville, Dodgen & Company PLLC was founded by John Saville and Allen Dodgen in 1965 and has grown into one of the best and most reputable middle-market firms in the DFW metroplex. With a rich history, things have evolved quite a bit from its early days when the firm’s only piece of technology was an orange and white copier.
Financial Integrity & Loyalty
The firm’s atmosphere and core principles were established by John Saville and Allen Dodgen. Financial integrity and loyal, personal client relationships have always been what Saville is about. However, Saville and Dodgen were both very different men, and possessed contrasting personalities.
Managing Partner, Clint Pugh reflected, “John was more about relationships than anything else. Allen was more of a keep your head down and work your tail off kind of guy. He was bottom-line driven and very technical. They were good friends in a different kind of way. They trusted each other implicitly. They were just very different. When John retired in 1992, he turned in his parking card and said he didn’t need his office anymore. He truly retired and was not involved in the business at all. When Allen retired, he still wanted access to his office and to be involved.”