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Daniel J. Staub

Founder & Business Consultant

Daniel Staub founded Staub Financial in 1989 with a passion to help clients build solid financial plans so that they could enjoy the fruits of their labor in retirement. After 31 years of service, Dan partially retired in January 2021. Since then, Dan has continued to assist the advisors on tax, retirement and life insurance planning but is no longer be involved in the investment side of the business. Dan will also serve as Staub Financial's Client Relationship Director, which means more golf, lunches and other social functions with existing clients.

Dan is an Albion College Alumni, a CFP® and holds his life insurance license in many states.

Dan looks forward to spending more time traveling and golfing with his lovely wife of more than 30 years, Pam.

Corey A. Staub, CFP

Owner

Corey A. Staub is the owner and an LPL Financial Advisor of Staub Financial with more than 20 years of financial service experience. He earned the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation early in his career following a two-year Professional Program at Oakland University. He is licensed for securities in more than 25 states, and has earned the respect of clients and helped forge strong multi-generational relationships across the U.S. Before joining Staub Financial in 1998, Corey earned a B.A. in Finance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Combining his passion for community service with his love of golf, he founded the Staub Financial Annual Charity Golf Outing in 2003 in memory of his late grandmother. To date, more than $300,000 has been raised for numerous charitable organizations. He has been involved directly with the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, Camp Quality of Michigan assisting children with cancer, Team Fox in the D for Parkinson's Disease, and AFG-Alternatives for Girls in Detroit.

Corey lives in Bloomfield Village with his wife Regan and enjoys traveling and golfing. He is a member of the Financial Planning Association and Oakhurst Country Club in Clarkston.

Gayle Stowell

Client Service Manager

Gayle Stowell is the client services manager at Staub Financial. Gayle is deeply committed to ensuring a successful outcome for every client she works with. Her purpose is to enable others to pursue their financial goals and dreams by accurately and efficiently processing all required paperwork. Gayle works as a liaison between Staub Financial and current clients to help maintain existing business by providing excellent customer service, confidentiality and accuracy. Gayle plays an integral role in establishing trust and growing relationships with new clients. Gayle understands the importance of keeping the client informed throughout the process of all transactions. Gayle feels privileged to work with organizations and people to make a difference.

Gayle joined Staub Financial in 2019 with nearly 20 years of experience assisting wealth managers and attending to client needs in the financial service arena. Gayle is FINRA licensed in the State of Michigan holding through LPL Financial a Series 6, 63, as well as Health and Life Insurance Licenses.

Gayle resides in Rochester, Michigan with her husband Ron, and their Great Dane, Max. In her spare time, she enjoys outside activities based on the season, such as, snowboarding, boating, gardening, walking the dog and traveling.

Jessica Widman

Client Service Associate

Jessica is the Client Service Associate at Staub Financial. She is the first point of contact, supporting both clients and staff with the highest level of service, care and attention to detail. She ensures operations run smoothly by assisting clients with questions and is responsible for scheduling and preparing for client review meetings. She also guides clients through the set up and daily use of online tools.

Jessica comes to Staub Financial with substantial finance and tax experience.

Jessica resides in Walled Lake with her husband Joe. Jessica enjoys spending time with family, reading and college football. GO GREEN!

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