Robert G. Stenzel
Robert G. Stenzel

Robert G. StenzelFinancial Consultant


220 W. Main St.
Morris, Illinois 60450


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220 West Main Street
Morris, IL 60450
800 South State Street
Lockport, IL 60441
120 North Washington Street
Naperville, IL 60540

About Robert G. Stenzel

Licenses and Accreditations

Series 7, 63, and 65 held through LPL Financial, and Illinois Life, Accident and Health Insurance Licenses with Long-Term Care Certification.

College Attended

St. Ambrose University

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Financial Consultant Rob Stenzel, with First Midwest Financial Network, offers access to a wide range of financial products and services. He enjoys working one-on-one with his clients to build relationships that last a lifetime. Rob helps each one of his clients plan realistic financial goals by educating them about their options.

Rob has a great deal of experience in the financial consulting profession. He is currently pursuing his Certified Financial Planner (CFP) status. Whether you are looking to establish a new financial plan or enhance your current plan, let Rob create a strategy to help you pursue your financial objectives with the products and services available through LPL Financial.
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