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“I look at family as those who care about you the most and want to see you grow and flourish. Helpfulness, respect, health, integrity and cooperation are my core values; my family understand my values and I understand their values. Through understanding of each other’s values, we arrive at a mutual respect and support. People with open hearts and a willingness to accept you for the human that you are. Even when things go wrong and crisis faces you, you can always depend on family. Family brings you back to your values and helps you make good decisions.”

Kenneth Krantz, CFP® APMA®

CFP / Financial Advisor
Grezlik, Krantz, and Associates, Ameriprise Financial

Ken Krantz, CFP®, Financial Advisor with Grezlik, Krantz and Associates, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. has been with Ameriprise for 13 years. Ken works with individuals from a variety of backgrounds to achieve their financial goals. He has helped many individuals and business owners with cash flow management, work benefits review, tax, retirement, investment and estate planning strategies. Prior, he worked as an arts administrator for eleven years with various symphony orchestras across the country, including executive director positions with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago (the training arm of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra) and Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. Ken enjoys going to the theater and symphony and plays tennis in his spare time. He is a graduate of Indiana State University in Music Business Administration.

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