As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe that success results from doing the right thing for my clients. It's tremendously gratifying to help people achieve their financial objectives.

Prior to joining Edward Jones, I worked as a regional manager for Union Carbide. I came to Edward Jones in 1982 because I wanted to make a difference in people's lives by helping them work toward financial security and a comfortable retirement. In my practice, I focus on retirement and pre-retirement strategies.

During my career with Edward Jones, I have played key leadership roles in training, coaching, recruiting and mentoring other financial advisors. I have also earned recognition for top performance from the firm.

Supporting me at the office are two individuals. Beth Dahms and Patty Nelson, my Senior Branch Office Administrators, are always here to help with our clients' needs. They have worked together for many years to help ensure that each client feels welcomed and valued.

In 1979, I graduated from Augustana College and hold a bachelor's degree in public administration. Originally from Niles, IL, I have lived in Arlington Heights since 1982. As a part of this community, I have been active in Kiwanis Club (past president) and Northwest Community Hospital, where I serve on the board of trustees. However, my most gratifying role is that of a father. My wife, Michelle, and I have two sons.

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Tue 08:30AM - 05:00PM
Wed 08:30AM - 05:00PM
Thu 08:30AM - 05:00PM
Fri 08:30AM - 04:00PM
Sat Closed
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