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Hunter Tivol McGrath

Here’s to a gem of a guy!  The next time you’re at Tivol in the Hawthorne Plaza, you may see a young man who bears a strong resemblance to Cathy Tivol and her father, Harold Tivol.  Hunter Tivol McGrath is joining the company as the fourth-generation of the 100-year-old family business.  He is the great-grandson of Charles Tivol, founder.  Hunter earned both a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master of science degree in accounting from the University of Missouri — Kansas City.  Prior to joining Tivol, he was pursuing a career as a certified public accountant.  Hunter himself understands the importance of fine jewelry — just ask his wife, Gloria Olsen McGrath. (We’re betting her rings are beautiful!)

Also featured in the June 25th issue of The Independent magazine

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Hunter Tivol McGrath

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