Q&A w/ Jeremy Johnson of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial

Q&A w/ Jeremy Johnson of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial

Jeremy Johnson’s father, Ken Johnson, passed away in 2003 at age 49. It was Jeremy’s 1st experience in which he was responsible for final expenses, and there was no life insurance. Very few people in his family have retired, very few have a college education. If Jeremy can change people’s lives for the better, with a little planning, he is extremely fulfilled! We sit down with Jeremy Johnson of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial for this exclusive Q&A.

Q. How did you get your start financial business?
A. My Modern Woodmen Agent (since I was 19) knew I wasn’t fulfilled in my previous career, and I wanted to help people, so I took a chance!

Q. What products and services do you provide?
A. Various types of life insurance, annuities (fixed and variable), lifetime income, mutual funds, IRAs, college savings, and 401K rollovers.

Q. What do you love about having your office in downtown Kenosha?
A.Where do I start? So many wonderful businesses and restaurants within walking distance. I especially enjoy supporting businesses of my current clients down here. I keep my bike at the office for short rides by the lake.

Q. How would you describe your business to a potential customers?A. Very simply, A. I help people address the concerns that keep them awake at night. Whether they are concerned that they won’t be able to pay their bills if a loved one passes away, or whether or not they will have enough to retire…I can help!

Q. What do you offer that stands out from other financial representatives?
A. I’m conversational, I listen, and most of all I CARE. It only costs a few minutes of your time to find out!

To plan your financial future contact Jermey Johnson of Modern Woodmen of America
512 57th Street Kenosha, WI 53140
414- 488-8004
Cell 262-945-0058
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Q&A and photos by Donny Stancato
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