Guests in studio this week:
David Jensen has been in the mortgage business for over 25 years…and as a HECM specialist for 5 years. David and his wife Sally have raised a large, blended family and now enjoy a large group of grand-kids that helps to keep them young. Currently, David teaches continuing education classes for realtors on Reverse Mortgages. He also teaches classes on starting and growing a business. He has started and successfully grown over a dozen businesses. He started the largest pie company in the state of WA. He has started real estate sales companies, been a general contractor and land developer. His love, outside his family, is helping people to stay in their home and navigate through their retirement years successfully. In today’s The Money Hour segment, David talks about how seniors are able to stay in their homes and still receive the care they need during the pandemic. Listen to David’s segment.
Vicki Draper is a highly regarded modern-day animal healer and author who supports family animals with health, harmony and ease addressing wellness during every stage of your animal’s life. With her skill set, she serves people locally and nationally and internationally. A natural-born animal communicator, Vicki’s qualifications as a healer for both people and animals include being a licensed massage therapist, a certified acupressurist and Reiki Master/Teacher, and training in craniosacral therapy. She is the creator of Vi Miere and Healing Your Animal natural healing essences available in her classes, stores, and online. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Vicki talks about how to make you and your pet’s life easier. Listen to Vicki’s segment.
Tennyson Jacobson is a Farmers Insurance agent who has an office in Snoqualmie WA. Prior to getting into insurance, she and her husband founded and operated Cascade CrossFit for 8 years in Issaquah where they built one of the better known CrossFit gyms in WA state that was all about community and serving others. Tennyson brought her strengths and passion for taking care of people, educating clients, and being approachable to transition to insurance, which–in two short years– has brought her to be one of the top Farmers agents in the state. Her husband is a firefighter for Kirkland Fire Department and they have two young kids, Lyla and Skyler. In today’s The Money Hour segment, Tennyson discusses what you need to know about your insurance. Listen to Tennyson’s segment.