Staci M. Geiger, Finance
I started my career in the financial services industry in the year 2000. As a Financial Advisor with Raymond James & Associates of Downtown Muskegon, I bring my passion, dedication and commitment to help empower individuals and families become financially independent. I know what it’s like to experience unexpected life events and it’s my mission to partner and build a personalized relationship with my clients to meet their needs and make a long lasting positive impact on helping achieve and prioritize their life.
At Raymond James, I have access to the financial expertise and services of one of the largest independent full-service firms in the nation. If you have a question or concern, I will answer promptly, completely and truthfully. I will provide all of the information you need to make informed decisions, based on realistic expectations, about your investment needs.
I graduated from Reeths Puffer High School in 1994 and received my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a Major in Finance from Grand Valley State University in April of 2000. I am Series 7, 66, Life, Health and Disability and Variable Life licensed and obtained my Accredited Asset Management Specialist Designation in November of 2015. I am also a Certified Plan Fiduciary Advisor. I value continuing to learn in my profession regardless of my longevity in the business.
I currently reside in the North Muskegon area with my husband, Jeff, my twin daughters, Reese and Rylee, two step sons, Derek and Jared, and our cat, Remington Mae. In my spare time, I love to volunteer in our community, spend time with family and friends, cheer on our kids at sporting events and exercise. I am a current member of the Women’s Division Chamber of Commerce and serve on the Scholarship Committee. I am also a member of The Greater Muskegon Woman’s Club, currently serving as their Treasurer. As a recent Breast Cancer survivor, I am an outspoken advocate for the disease and will continue to support and raise awareness.
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