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20103 Old Scenic Hwy
Bldg 7
Zachary, LA 70791

As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe it's important to invest my time in understanding your future goals before you invest your money. Working closely with you, I can help determine the most appropriate financial strategy for you and your family. I can also help with your retirement savings strategy so you have more options when you retire, regardless of what you decide to do. It is not about how much funds you have. We focus on goals; we set a goal for your funds and work to keep you on track to reach them.

I am a 1999 graduate of Zachary High School and graduated from Northwestern State University with a degree in accounting. I played college football for four years at Northwestern State.

I have worked in the financial sector since 2003 and gained over 10 years in the financial sector of Louisiana state government before joining Edward Jones in 2014.

I have been married to my wife, Brandi, for 15 years, and we have two daughters, Aubri and Addison. Our family has lived in the Zachary community for more than 40 years. Active in the community, I serve on the Planning and Zoning Commission for the city of Zachary, the Americana YMCA and the Chamber of Commerce board of directors. I also serve as the Finance Committee Chairman for the Lane Regional Medical Center Board of Commissioners. I am also the minister of music for the Greater New Hope Baptist Church, Beech Grove Baptist Church Mass Choir, Christ Fellowship and Poplar Springs Baptist.

My branch office administrator, Joleen Oswald, is dedicated to providing you with the highest level of service possible. Please don't hesitate to call her with questions concerning your statement, dividends, stock certificates or your account in general.

Relationships are key, and in our view, meeting face to face builds strong relationships. We meet when it's convenient for our clients because we recognize the challenging needs of their business and their lives. We focus on what is most important to you.