Whether it is planning for a child’s education, a secure and fulfilling retirement or dealing with the emotional and dynamic issues of estate planning, Craig believes there is no substitute for an advisor who can weave together the technical and the personal. Craig has more than 30 years doing exactly that for his clients.
Craig began his financial services career in 1984 after stints in teaching, coaching and in the corporate world with Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson.
He holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Connecticut, has studied at the Clark Graduate School of Management and earned his Chartered Financial Consultant certificate from American College.
He is an avid fan of the University of Connecticut Huskies; his three children; his wife, Karen; the game of golf and almost any activity that helps him stay fit. He enjoys competing in road races, triathlons along with his family, as well as the occasional golf tournament.
He lives in West Hartford, Connecticut, with his wife and, when they are home, his children: Kyle, Connor and Casey.