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"Death: You Can Bank On It" Shane Phillips

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Shane Phillips brings real life tragedy together with real world business experience. Through tremendous personal loss he has found his personal and professional calling. In this episode, Shane will discuss his new book First Steps: A Comprehensive Guide To Financial Matters After A Death. He will share how he was been able to take his life experiences with death and loss, his professional skills as a financial advisor, and his passion to serve others who are suffering and turn them into a way to benefit nearly everyone he encounters. We will all face a death at some point in our lives, some sooner than others. It is how we choose to respond that makes a difference. Genesis 50:20 “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives."  

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With nearly 20 years of experience in financial services, and a decade of community service in grief care, Shane Phillips offers a unique perspective on financial issues and death. At the age of 16, Shane experienced the loss of his parents and sister in a plane crash. Shane has gone on to a successful career as a financial advisor and working within the community on boards of several grief care non-profits in Colorado.

In 2004, Shane co-founded The Children's Grief Education Association (CGEA). For over six years, the CGEA provided free grief counseling to over 400 Denver area children. In 2011, he joined the Board of Directors of Heartlight Center, a community-based grief support and education non-profit. He currently serves as Board Chairman for Heartlight in Denver, Colorado.

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