I attended The University of Evansville where I got my Bachelor of Business Administration with a financial emphasis. From there, I became an Edward Jones intern and transitioned immediately to our Financial Advisor Career Development Program.
I now live and work here in Moberly with my wife, Abby, and our Great Dane, Denali. We were married in May of 2020 and started growing our family soon after! We moved to Moberly to raise a family here as we enjoy the small-town atmosphere, as well as the wonderful sense of community Moberly provides. Being from Fulton, MO, we knew we wanted to raise our kids in a town similar to our home. We have loved every minute so far and look forward to all the milestones we will achieve here.
In the community, I spend my time with the Jaycees and Knights of Columbus. These two organizations are wonderful in both community outreach and bringing people closer together. I enjoy spending my spare time with family and friends. I also love playing golf, hunting deer, turkey and waterfowl, as well as working out and staying in shape. As a former college baseball player, I enjoy having a workout routine!
My background in athletics has also helped me learn how to partner with my teammates to work towards a common goal. At Edward Jones, I want to partner with my clients to work towards achieving their financial goals using a personalized investment strategy we create together by understating what is most important to them. I work with people on retirement investing using old 401(k)s, IRAs, or even starting an IRA to supplement your current investments. We also help people prepare for college with 529 accounts and for unexpected life events through life insurance.
Connect with me on LinkedIn, follow me on Facebook, send me an email or give my office a call to set an appointment and start working to achieve your financial goals today!
- Portfolio Reviews
- Retirement Income Strategies
- Divorce Finances
- Insurance & Annuities
My Personal Interests
Office Address512 W Rollins
Moberly, MO 65270 opens in a new window