May 3rd, 2017
Greg Gunn talks to John Gillespie about family relationships that can be damaged during the process parents passing away.
John G. Gillespie, CEP, RFC® Certified Estate Planner, Registered Financial Consultant, President and CEO of AFG, and author of, “The Power of Seven Personal Financial Disciplines.” Mr. Gillespie has been a personal financial advisor since 1982. He is also the founder of Access Charitable Consultants and Carved In Stone, Inc. Mr. Gillespie received his Bachelor of Science degree from Trevecca Nazarene University, in Nashville, Tennessee. AFG is guided by Mr. Gillespie’s experience with Trusts, Estate Planning, Investments, Financial Management, and Charitable Gift Planning. Mr. Gillespie holds series 65 registrations.
Active in industry and community organizations, Mr. Gillespie is a member of the National Association of Charitable Estate Counselors, the National Council of Certified Estate Planners, and the Northwest Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. He is a faithful supporter of CBMC (Christian Business Mens Connection), and serves on the board of Stand in the Gap Ministries and the National Christian Foundation Generosity Board.
Mr. Gillespie has a son, Jason, and he and his wife, Celeste, of 39 years have two beautiful daughters, Candace and Lauren. The Gillespies are the proud grandparents of three precious granddaughters, Rielyn, Kennedy, and Larkyn, as well as a handsome grandson, Karter.
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