Preston spent seven years as a retail broker with Dean Witter (now Morgan Stanley Smith Barney) before joining Cadinha & Company in 1989. He holds a B.A. from Kenyon College, is a licensed adviser and is involved with client service and sales.
In April of 2019 Preston was ordained as an Episcopal priest. What’s really amazing about that is not that it was a six-year journey to ordination, but that the same things that drew him to the priesthood are those that drew him to Cadinha three decades ago – faith and trust.
As an Episcopal priest, nothing is more important to Preston than pastoral care. For thirty years he’s seen the same commitment to client care at Cadinha. The willingness to meet clients where they are in their lives, to listen as carefully as possible to their dreams and concerns, and to serve them in achieving their goals safely and consistently is the same calling for every member of the Cadinha ohana. Not only have clients benefited from the firm’s support and care, but also Preston has been buoyed in his journey by the same.
Preston loves all kinds of music: classical, gospel, country, jazz, devotional. Two of his favorites? “Ode to Joy” by Beethoven and “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles, which he considers to be one of the most powerful modern hymns we have.
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