Jeanine Kinzie works one-on-one with her clients to provide guidance for safe investment choices which will contribute to the financial success and security of individuals and families.
Jeanine believes faith and family are the core of our country’s strength, and by helping one family at a time, she can help strengthen the fabric of our country. Due to lack of personal savings and our country's debt, most people under the age of 55 will not achieve the successful retirement life that most of our current seniors have. If we can learn to make good decisions with our money, we can enjoy the freedom of choice that wealth can provide during retirement years. The reward of financial security can leave a legacy for future generations. With all of the economic turmoil in the stock and world markets, it’s more important than ever to keep your wealth safe and secure…but also growing.
Jeanine has been quoted in Health Insurance Underwriters Magazine. As a health and life insurance agent since 2004, she has been active in educating clients and the public about Healthcare Reform benefits and issues. She is also a small business advocate for current tax law and healthcare issues.
Having graduated with honors from Purdue University with a B.S. in Business Management, Jeanine began pioneering early in her career. She helped open Disney's 1st 5-star hotel, worked in Chicago to develop recycling programs and designed corporate relocation programs in New York City for Fortune 500 clients of Dun & Bradstreet, Met Life, and for the United Nations. Along with her husband Dennis, she developed the first national distribution system for proprietary pre-paid phone cards when they were first introduced in the early 1990's.
While in NYC, Jeanine started a program with a non-profit organization to find housing for homeless individuals in an independency and life skills program. She also is a judge for the high school DECA state competitions.
Jeanine just celebrated her 23rd wedding anniversary. She and her husband Dennis have 3 fun loving children: Spencer (20), Mitchell (14), & Monica (13), and 2 Boston Terriers. On weekends, Jeanine enjoys gardening, shopping, traveling, and spending time with family. Her hobbies include geocaching, nature walks, cooking and playing Scrabble. She volunteers at school and church.