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Justin PiselliniWealth Advisor
Justin Pisellini started his financial services career with Edward Jones in 2009 and has been striving to deliver superior client experiences ever since. In his various roles with Edward Jones, he has helped families across the country with goals for securing their finances and managed over $200 million dollars in client assets at a given time. He holds the Accredited Asset Management Specialist® designation and received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Northern Illinois University.
Justin and his wife, Tiffany, live in Itasca with their two children, Charlotte and Michael. He serves on the board of the District 10 Education Foundation and is an active Itasca Lions Club member where he gets to make a deep impact on his local community. Justin is an avid Chicago Cubs season ticket holder and loves taking his family and clients to games. He and his family enjoy going up to the northern woods of Wisconsin in their free time.
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