Why I'm Helping People

When I was 18 years old my Dad was killed in the Line of Duty as a Police Officer. Nobody in my family knew what to do about life insurance claims or how to handle money properly.

Money became a point of tension in the family that has caused permanent damage. It has taken years of healing and experience to finally feel confident that I can help others with these issues.

As my kids become young adults, I get the exciting opportunity to tell them what mistakes I have made, and how they can avoid being reckless.

This mindset change has moved to helping those who are frustrated with health insurance premiums. We are entering a crisis in this country with our health insurance premiums rising to unaffordable levels. Thankfully I have experience and knowledge of this topic and want to share it with anyone that will listen.

Who I Am

Growing up in Western North Dakota helps me understand the unique facing rural blue collar communities. I am married with 4 children and 2 grandkids.

During Covid I learned to work remotely and now move around between Maine and North Dakota. I help people mostly by phone and computer at their request, and have been in the life and health insurance industry since 2006.

At 18 I joined the Army and ended up with the 82nd Airborne as a Medic at Ft. Bragg, NC. I then joined the Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Army National Guard and did a tour in Japan with 10th Marines as a Corpsman and a tour in Iraq with the 39th Brigade Combat Team out of Arkansas as an Army Medic.

Other work experience includes:

✔ EMT-B still actively serving my local community

✔ Law Enforcement – 2 years as a Deputy Sheriff

✔ Mortgage Industry – 3 years as a Mortgage Broker

✔ Oilfield Experience – 2 years as a Pumper