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Deanna Fullerton, Debt Solutions Manager

Deanna Fullerton

Debt Solutions Manager

Direct: 705-716-2261
Email: dfullerton@afarber.com


Deanna is an experienced financial services professional who brings a wide range of financial and management skills together to help people resolve their debt issues. She has worked for over twenty years in credit and financial planning, enabling her to see all sides of an individual’s financial situation. As a Debt Solutions Manager at A. Farber & Partners Inc., Deanna amalgamates her past experience to help people struggling with debt problems find the best solution. She is a compassionate individual who understands that “life happens” and that people sometimes experience hard times. Deanna is motivated by helping people and making them aware that there are debt solutions options out there to help relieve the stress and make a fresh start. She believes that “I’m here to help each individual or couple in doing just that, with compassion and knowledge.”

Deanna began her career working at Wells Fargo Financial for ten years, where she became a manager. She then worked for CIBC, followed by DUCA Credit Union working in various roles including as a lending and mortgage specialist and financial planner, before joining A. Farber & Partners. During her time at DUCA, Deanna obtained her mutual fund license.

Deanna works out of our Barrie and Orillia offices as a Debt Solutions Manager. She is also in the midst of studying for the Insolvency Counsellor’s Qualification Course, so that she will be able to conduct the two mandatory credit counselling sessions required of debtors under the BIA.