Our Qualifications

 

 

Page Dabney Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor

Page joined D.A. Davidson in September 1984, after spending four years living the dream as a self-employed fly-fishing outfitter on the rivers of southwest Montana and Alaska. He moved to Montana from his native Denver, where he worked for large corporations in the energy industry for four years. He also spent several years working in the Colorado ski industry. 

Page has a B.A .in Geography (1973) and an MBA from the University of Denver (1979). He is passionate about conserving Montana’s natural heritage, and served many years on the boards of The Nature Conservancy of Montana and the Gallatin Valley Land Trust. He is also on the board of Tech Ranch, a business incubator in Bozeman, and has served on many other community boards, including the Bozeman Chamber of Commerce, Gallatin County Planning Board, and Pilgrim Congregational Church. In 2000 he was awarded D.A. Davidson Companies’ Bragg Lewis Knutson Community Service Award.

Page has two children: a son, Alex, and a daughter, Cameron. He is an avid fly fisherman, golfer and cyclist, and enjoys just about anything else outside.

 

Brian Brown, CFP® Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor, Branch Manager

Brian came to D.A. Davidson in June 1995, and in 2000, became the youngest person ever to be appointed to D.A. Davidson’s Chairman’s Council. In 2005 Brian became a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ by completing the Professional Education Program with the College for Financial Planning.

Brian grew up in Fort Benton, Montana, and is a fifth-generation Montanan. He earned his B.S. degree in business with a finance option from Montana State University-Bozeman in 1995, graduating with highest honors. While there, he was awarded the Roland R. Renne award recognizing the most outstanding male student. He is active in the Bozeman United Methodist Church, and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, in addition to being a member of the D.A. Davidson & Co. Board. He has served on the Montana State University Alumni Association Board of Directors and is an avid Bobcat athletics fan and Bobcat Club Member. Brian loves sports and the outdoors, including chasing elk with his bow, mountain biking, boating, skiing and golfing. He also enjoys coaching youth sports. He has been married since 1998 to Shelby, an RN, who is currently working as a full-time mom. Brian and Shelby have two sons, Weston, born in 2004, and Dawson, born in 2012, and a daughter, Hadley, born in 2007.

 

Teresa LeProwse Senior Registered Associate

Teresa has been with D.A. Davidson since 1997. Born in Ohio, she has lived in Bozeman since 1970 and is a graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman, with a degree in English Literature and a minor in Business Management. Prior to joining D.A. Davidson, Teresa was employed at Norwest Mortgage. She also spent 13 years at U.S Bank (formerly First Bank Bozeman).

Teresa is a lifetime member and former executive board member of MSU-Bozeman Alumni Association and has served on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Gallatin Valley. She is a co-owner of D&R Coffee Service in Bozeman with her husband, Scott. On many weekends you’ll find Teresa and Scott at their house on Hebgen Lake, where they enjoy boating, water-skiing, and fishing. They also spend time horseback riding, downhill skiing, and keeping busy with any activities related to MSU Bobcat athletics.

 
 

Sarah Canfield, RP® Supervisory Branch Ops Manager, Senior Registered Associate

Sarah previously worked as a Senior Client Associate for another wealth management team in the branch before assuming the Branch Operations Manager position for our Bozeman and Livingston branches. Sarah started her career with Ameriprise in 2007 after graduating from Whitman College, and joined D.A. Davidson in 2011. Sarah was born in Salt Lake City and is married to Elliot Canfield, an MSU graduate currently working for Oracle. Like most Montanans, they spend their winters skiing and their summers hiking, biking and fishing.