Bradley C. Staeb, LUTCF
Bradley C. Staeb
Phone: (586) 698-5231
Fax: (586) 939-6950
Mobile: (586) 419-2723
Brad Staeb is a Registered Representative that has been with Michigan Financial Companies-John Hancock Financial Network for over thirty one years. He is focused on retirement planning, estate planning strategies, wealth accumulation and distribution, and protection issues for his clientele which consists mainly of professional educators, union local members, and ‘Detroit’s finest’, it’s Police & Fire employees.
Brad has had the opportunity and pleasure to work with many local school employees by being an approved carrier offering the 403 (b) and 457 plans in the following school districts: Anchor Bay Public Schools, Mt. Clemens Public Schools, Romeo Public Schools, Warren Woods Public Schools, and the Utica Community School District.
He has also provided financial guidance to a number of U.A.W. Union Locals in the greater Detroit area for over twenty years. He is partnered with Peter Gianopoulos and James Capoferri to help Union Employees with their financial needs.
Brad has also partnered with good friend and long-time associate Michael Monette to help Detroit’s Finest with their unique financial needs. Brad and Mike have developed this relationship to assist, provide solid guidance, cutting edge products and excellent service to their ever growing clientele in the City of Detroit.
- Macomb County Community College, 1980
Professional Licenses & Designations
- Life, Accident & Health Insurance Licenses
- Series 6
- Series 63
- Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow
- John Hancock National Honor Club, 1991
- ACE Silver Qualifier, 2011
Brad, along with his wife Ann Marie, has been a resident of Shelby Township for over twenty years. Together they have three children: a daughter Shannon, and sons John and Steven.
Brad has been active in the community as a coach, helping local youth with instruction in baseball, basketball, football and soccer.
Brad attends St. Lawrence Catholic Church and volunteers freely of his time to help the parish with its’ coaching needs. He also helps those who are less fortunate through the McRest program. The family has also hosted a foreign exchange student from Palestine.