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With 38 Years of Experience, Metro Detroit Financial Planning Veteran Joins Forces with a New Firm 

ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN (June 1, 2022) – After nearly four decades of helping Michigan-based clients with their financial well-being, Accredited Investment Fiduciary Eric Frantz has decided to join the Trinitas Planning Group.
As the name suggests, Frantz was a managing partner at his former firm and will officially become part of Trinitas Planning Group (TPG) on June 1, 2022.
“This new partnership has me thrilled for existing and potential clients – it’s truly the perfect way to continue to offer our current level of service and add much more under one roof,” said Frantz.
In addition to what clients already benefit from, the new association adds a dedicated service department, complete tax preparation, and even estate planning council.
TPG was founded by Accredited Investment Fiduciary Anthony Bonner, who has been professionally and personally aquatinted with Frantz for more than 10 years.  
“We’re committed to the community at TPG, and we’re thrilled to welcome Eric, his team, and his clients to our family,” said Bonner. “We’re a full-service boutique firm that prides itself on giving each client individual attention to achieve their financial goals – Eric’s approach to helping a diverse array of clients is a perfect match.”
“I can’t wait to share all the new ways TPG and I can better serve clients and their families,” added Frantz.


January 26, 2023

Contact: Randy Frantz




Romeo and Sterling Heights Stevenson High School Boys’ Basketball Teams

Playing a “Coaches vs. Cancer” Fundraising Game.  



ROMEO, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2023 ... On Monday, February 13, 2023, starting at 5:30 p.m., at Romeo High School, 62300 Jewell Road, Washington, MI 48094, the Romeo Bulldogs JV and Varsity boys’ basketball teams will take on the Stevenson Titans for the benefit of the American Cancer Society and in honor of each boy’s chosen cancer warrior.

This first-ever Coaches vs. Cancer basketball game at Romeo is sponsored by Trinitas Planning Group and Rancilio & Associates. All players and attendees are encouraged to wear white to “white out” cancer.

 “We want these boys and our community to know, everyone can do something to help,” says Romeo coach Randy Frantz. “Like all of us, they know someone who has experienced a cancer battle. They also know it’s hard to know how to help. Coming together in a Coaches vs. Cancer game gives us all a chance to contribute.”

Beyond a financial donation, each JV and Varsity team member from both schools will dedicate their game to someone they know who has battled cancer.

Romeo player Giorgio Ruffino says, “I’m honored to play for my Godfather Vinnie (Moe) Ruffino.  Vinnie currently lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  He is recovering from prostate cancer and doing very well.  His resiliency and great personality inspire me to this day!”

Says Coach Frantz, “The value of this game goes way beyond sports and financial donations, it’s a celebration of family and community we’re proud to be a part of.”

Tickets to the game will be sold at the Romeo High School gym starting at 3:30 p.m. game day. JV tip off time is 5:30 p.m. and Varsity is 7:00 p.m. For more information, contact Coach Frantz at 586.524.2292.