My Background

I’ve been serving Nevadans and Californians for 16 years as a New York Life agent!  I’m proud to work for this company.  When I joined New York Life, I was told they had a great reputation for doing what’s right.  Over the last 16 years, they’ve proved it again and again.  

I do a lot of work with young families.  It’s become a passion to help them understand that the largest asset they have is their youth, and that they can have an extremely successful life by just doing a few basic things.

Much of the work I do is though my clients' employers, helping them to set up rich but efficient ways to help their employees become financially secure.  Worksite benefits has been a large part of my practice for most of my career. I travel throughout most of the western states helping both business and individual clients solve their risk management issues in a way that’s simple and to the point.  

I’ve lived in Northern Nevada since I was a child, enjoying all the sports our area has to offer.   I graduated from UNR back when it had about 6000 students enrolled!  I’ve been married to my lovely wife Karen for 29 years and I have 3 kids, 2 of which are involved in our insurance business.  My clients like the idea that they and their children  will have a familiar, trusted person to speak with when they need sound advice.

Of course, my background isn't really the one that matters. To be the best possible agent, I've found that getting to know my clients – their hopes, dreams and goals for the future – is the most important first step. So if you're looking for someone that's ready to put their expertise and experience to work for you, please let me know.

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