Stephen White 816-251-3333[email protected]Stephen WhiteSenior PartnerWith over 25 years of experience and counting, Steve White has seen all of the challenges that keep people awake worrying: bankruptcy, lack of income, loss of a spouse, or health changes. Helping people face the financial aspects of those challenges keeps Steve excited for work each morning and guides his recommendations. You want to preserve and protect your assets, values, lifestyle, faith, and the people you care about. Steve strives to help you discover and implement actions that will make your intentions a reality. He utilizes a planning process designed to educate, organize, and prepare clients for the inevitable financial challenges of life, meaning he invests the time required to understand and value each client’s personal and financial goals, turning desires into a concrete plan of action. Over his career, Steve has helped countless people surmount their greatest financial challenges: protecting the family against the unknown, avoiding overpayment of taxes, and providing college funds while still saving for retirement. Although he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Central Missouri, Steve's education began far earlier. Growing up in Mineola, Missouri (population 60), he learned the value of a good day's work and saw what can be achieved when people pull together toward a goal. Most of the financial goals he pursues for clients are ones he desires for his own family. He has been married to his beautiful wife, Renee, for 21 years. They have two children: a daughter at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a son in high school. Steve has been a member of Connection Point Church (formerly First Baptist Raytown) for 27 years, serving in a variety of roles – bus driver, numerous committees, teaching, Deacon Chairman. He also enjoys participating in music and drama ministries, including numerous roles and solos for the Heart of America Christmas Pageant and even playing the role of the Cowardly Lion in a production of The Wizard of Oz. As busy as Steve can be with work, family, and church, he always finds time to talk about his family, Mizzou football and basketball as well as St. Louis Cardinals baseball.