Vice President, Senior Relationship Manager
    Team Member since 2000


    Debbie Briguglio builds a culture of relationships with clients based on trust and value. Her clients know they can trust her with their business. She brings 20+ years’ experience in estate and retirement planning, and trust services. Not only does she have 15+ years’ experience as a legal/estate planning assistant, but she also is a graduate of the Cannon Trust School and 1000 Leaders Initiative. She is a member of the Institute of Certified Bankers, past member of the Midland 100Club, Tri-County Economics, past board member of Saginaw Community Foundation’s distribution committee, past board member of the Saginaw Boys’ and Girls’ Club, and a Fall Golf Outing board member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Great Lakes Bay Region. It is important to Debbie to give back to the community, so she has spent time volunteering for Midland Shelterhouse, Saginaw and Midland County READ programs, and Bay County Women’s Shelter, as well as being a current committee member of Mental Health Partnership Anti-Stigma.

    What are your specific goals for Tri-Star Trust clients?

    I want our clients to know they are being heard and their needs and wants are being served in meaningful ways. I also want them to walk away from a meeting feeling confident about what it is going to take to achieve their financial goals.

    What’s the best piece of professional advice you’ve ever received?

    The best career advice I have received is that the most important work behavior is having a great attitude. If you have a great attitude, people will always want to work with you. And, when people want to work with you, they help you to succeed.

    What’s your favorite quote?

    “Life’s a beautiful thing and there is so much to smile about!” – Marilyn Monroe

    What are your top three bucket list items?

    1. To continue my family tradition of visiting a new destination every other year for Christmas.
    2. To be able to attend my sons’ weddings and watch my future grandchildren grow.
    3. To visit all 50 states.