Take Charge Now, So Your Assets Outlive You!

Author: Brad  |  Category: Boardman Views, Business Network, Faith, Family, Music

Something you’re bound to see in Boardman Country from time to time is a review of a service or product that I use…or have used. Most of the time the review will be here because I like whatever or whomever I’m writing about. Occasionally, that may not be the case.

This time, however, it is and I’m talking about a man who over the past five years or so has become not only someone with whom I personally do business, but someone about whom I tell others too.

Owner of The Jeff Kyle Agency, in Everett, Washington, he has enough letters behind his name to …well…enough. The point is that when it comes to financial planning, he’s the man. He’s one knowledgeable guy when it comes to “dinero.”

Here’s his vision statement:

We are a professional Financial Services Team that demonstrates an unwavering commitment to our core values and the highest professional standards and reputation.

If you were to ask me what word comes to mind when I think about him it would have to be…”Rhinoceros”?

No, seriously, “Integrity.” It’s one of his most distinguishing characteristics.

There are some other good words to describe him as well, such as: Christian, Husband, Dad, Patriotic, Conservative, Honest, Tae-Kwon-Do (“the way of the fist and the foot”) Competitor, Coach, Community Leader.

Although I personally have life insurance and retirement products with him, he’s also able to do disability and long-term care insurances, annuities and, well, hey, click on that link above and see the long list of goodies he can take care of for you. Besides, I’m sure you’ll want to see Susie and the kids too.

He’s an expert in financial services for seniors and you won’t find a bigger heart for that population than you will in him. I know he’d be a tremendous resource for any of you adult children of aging parents out there wondering how you’ll take care of the folks!

He’s also Mr. Networker, a guy who’s perpetually building relationships that keep him from having to advertise his services in the Yellow Pages. I forget how many years now he’s been operating strictly by word-of-mouth referrals. Many.

All this to say, that I’ve been happy to do business with him, but even happier to think of Jeff Kyle by another word: FRIEND! I encourage each of you to get to know him as well!

If you have about four minutes, take a listen to the video below, featuring one of Jeff’s most favorite musical ministers. You’ll be glad you did! Let ‘er rip!

Fernando Ortega – Be Thou My Vision

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5 Responses to “Take Charge Now, So Your Assets Outlive You!”

  1. Roy McCoy Says:

    Hello Brad & Carrie,
    The video and music “Be Thou My Vision”, what a nice way and thought to begin my day.
    Cousin Roy
    PS. Just wondering if Uncle Hugh gets your blog? I always think of him and you playing your music together at the last reunion I was attending. What year was that? 2003!

  2. Linda Says:

    Just thot I would stop by and see what you got going today! Found some singing and beautiful pics along with a spur to folks to get financial guidance! WOW! good post!

  3. admin Says:

    Hi Roy.

    I’ll have to ask Carrie if Uncle Hugh is in the loop or not. We sure did have some fun that year. Reunions are good!

    Drop by some more. I hope to have great music as a frequent feature here in Boardman Country. 🙂

  4. admin Says:

    Good morning Linda!

    I sure enjoy having the voice of East Texas pop in regularly!

    And don’t worry. The lawnmower is still off. It’s supposed to be 90 degrees here this weekend. Like I always say, Hallelujah for Global Warming! 🙂

  5. 640-802 Says:

    Yes! I always think of him and you playing your music together at the last reunion I was attending. What year was that?