Securing Your Legacy
My name is Nate Weeber, and I have been blessed to be a Financial Advisor with Vision Financial Group for over 11 years. After finishing my Finance degree at Cedarville University in Ohio, God led me to an internship which would soon develop into a lifelong partnership with a first-class investment management firm – Vision Financial Group.
As independent advisors at VFG, we are able to provide guidance that is truly objective and unbiased. My passion is helping clients create a plan for the future, and then carrying that plan out using the investment options that are most suitable for them throughout all stages of life.
I consider it a great blessing to be married to my best friend, Anna. We enjoy doing anything and everything together, whether indoors or out. Our two sons, Declan, and Hudson, have added a new (and very good) dimension to our family!
If I am not with my family, you’ll most likely find me either on a tennis court or golf course, at the gym, the beach or church. At the end of the day, interacting with people is what I love to do most – I am very blessed to have clients I love working with.
It would be my pleasure to meet with you to discuss your financial needs and objectives. Contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how I can help you simplify your financial life through comprehensive and personalized wealth strategies.
***Registered Representatives of and securities offered through Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a broker dealer, member FINRA/SIPC. Investment Advisor Representatives, Cambridge Investment Research Advisors, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor. Cambridge and Vision Financial Group are separate companies and not affiliated.
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